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English Horse Training - Canter Transition Troubleshooting
Five exercises to develop your green horse's balance in the canter.

Hunter-Jumper - After Fence Fix
Jumping advice for horses that tend to land on their forehand and get strung out after fences.

English Horse Training - Entry-Level Eventing
New to eventing? Beginner Novice is the place to get started.

Bounce Back to Fitness
Recondition your horse safely and gradually this spring.

Cross-Country Concepts
Olympic eventer Phillip Dutton offers arena exercises to improve your cross-country jumping.

English Horse Training - Jumping Cross-Country Obstacles
These three cross-country obstacles aren???t so scary with advice from an Advanced-level eventer.

Outside In
Practice the challenges of cross-country jumps in the arena.

Safe Cross-Country Gear
2009 Rolex champion Lucinda Fredericks offers her advice for finding the right cross-country gear.

Ask the Expert: Finding the Right Distance
A hunter judge and equestrian coach explains how to get the right distance when jumping your horse.

Fix Your Leg Position over Fences
Increase your lower leg stability while jumping with these four exercises.

Follow the Leader
Help your horse get started jumping by leading him over from the ground.

Fresh Fences
If your horse???s jumping efforts are getting dull from the same old routine, give these five exercises a try.

English Horse Training - Perfect Your Haunches-In
Attention to your position, your horse's position and correcting common mistakes can make a difference.

English Horse Training - Horse Jumping Tips
Common rules the beginning jumper should know.

Leg Yield Troubleshooting
Trainer Jane Savoie explains how to work through leg-yielding challenges.

English Horse Training - Longe Away Tension
If the rider's body is not supple enough to communicate properly with the horse, then it can lead to a reduction in performance.

Rider Reminders for Jumping
Keep these position points in mind when working with a green jumper.

English Horse Training - Rolex
Each year, top horse and rider combinations meet in Kentucky for the annual Rolex Three-Day Event.

English Horse Training - Stop Jumping Refusals
How to remedy refusals and run-outs.

Teach Your Horse to Jump in Five Simple Steps
Schooling a green horse over fences with this step-by-step approach will teach him the fundamentals of jumping.

Slideshow: 2009 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event
View exclusive photo coverage of the 2009 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event.

2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Eventing News
Keep up with the latest eventing news from the World Equestrian Games.

Make Your Own Cross-Country Jumps
Schooling cross-country is possible when you build a few basic jumps.

HorseChannel - Ride to the Jump: Exercise Your Way to an Effective Approach
Having problems putting a great round over jumps? Improve your approach with flatwork training advice.

The Long Shot
Despite numerous deterrents, 20-year-old Hannah Burnett and her Thoroughbred, Ben, are stopping at nothing on their pursuit to Rolex.

The Shoulder-Fore: Shoulder-in Training Wheels
This precursor to the shoulder-in is an excellent movement to help with everyday training issues.

World Equestrian Games Rider Profile: Phillip Dutton
The Aussie native is now one of the best hopes for a United States eventing medal.

Best Vest
How do I find the best safety vest to wear while jumping?

Flatwork Before Fences
How do I teach my horse to become more consistent in jumping fences?

Question of the Week: Going to Rolex
What do I need to know for my first trip to the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event?

Question of the Week: Fighting the Flatwork
Why does my mare resent working on the flat?

FEI Launches Eventing Risk Management Policy and Action Plan
The Federation hopes to reduce horse and rider falls in all levels of eventing.

FEI Releases its First iPhone Applications
Several equestrian-themed apps are now available for download.

Bit of Britain introduces Chase the Challenge Across America
The new program is designed to provide incentives to lower-level event riders.

How to fit an English bridle to your horse
A well-fitted bridle can help make a happier horse and reduce behavior and training problems.

2013 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event
Keep up with our exclusive coverage of the 2013 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event.

ID bracelets for riders provide essential information in an emergency
Eventers can opt for bracelets in place of armbands this year, but the safety accessory is a good idea for all equestrians.

U.S. Eventing Squad Named for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
Six horse-and-rider teams and eight alternates have been announced for the upcoming games in Normandy, France.

Upgrade Your Horse's Braids
With a little practice, you can learn to create show-worthy yarn braids.

William Fox-Pitt is in the lead after day one of World Equestrian Games eventing
The British rider moved ahead of defending champion Michael Jung of Germany with half the field still to ride.

Handling Bad Behavior
Olympic medalist Gina Miles shares her tips for correcting bucking, rearing and bolting.

Horse Training - Longeing Safely
Tips for holding the line.

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