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Stable Management,Top 5 Ways to Prevent Colic

Avoiding a bout of colic is part of the duties of the stable management. Colic, simply said is an upset stomach. A horse’s stomach is relatively small considering their large size. They evolved over time grazing and constantly having a … Continue reading

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Sitting Straight, Improve Your Equitation by Sitting in the Saddle Correctly

Do you have that nagging feeling you are sitting incorrectly? It may be uneven stirrups, horse won’t bendor even sore back or hip. Take a look and find out if you are sitting squarely in the saddle. Are You Straight? … Continue reading

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Eyes Up While Riding, Exercises to Improve Looking Where You Are Going

Keeping your eyes up and looking where you are going is as important when riding a horse as driving a car. Imagine if people looked into their steering wheel when they drove their cars! Some riders seem to seemlessly navigate … Continue reading

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Do Late Lead Changes Really Matter When Showing In the Hunter Ring

This question about late lead changes, has been asked of me on several occasions, so it must be something riders, competitors and coaches are concerned about while showing their horses. When Should My Horse Change the Lead? In a perfect … Continue reading

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