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08/01/2015   

Training Mustangs for English Sports
Eventer Elisa Wallace has become famous for taking on the challenge of retraining wild BLM Mustangs for sporthorse careers.

07/30/2015   

10 Ways to Improve Your Western Riding
Exercises and techniques to be a better rider for your western horse.

07/30/2015   

Vet Adventures: Getting Off Track
An equine vet’s schedule is easily derailed.

07/30/2015   

Over the Fence: Chincoteague Pony Swim
The annual swimming of the ponies is a one-of-a-kind experience for visitors.

07/29/2015   

Great Abaco Island Loses Its Last Wild Horse
After the death of the last wild horse on this Bahamas island, conservationists are thinking about cloning to bring the horses back.

07/29/2015   

Jumping Over Obstacles with Clinton Anderson
Incorporate jumping into your groundwork routine to challenge your horse and build his confidence.

07/29/2015   

Fix Canter Malfunctions
Top trainer Julie Goodnight helps you cue the perfect canter.

07/28/2015   

Riders Get Ready for Equestrian Competition at Special Olympics
Over 120 equestrian athletes are competing in the Special Olympics World Games.

07/28/2015   

Horse Heights Explained
An introduction to how horses are measured and how different breeds vary in size.

07/28/2015   

Your Horse Life: Train Your Horse Like a Police Horse
A dressage rider shares her experience at a mounted police desensitizing clinic.

07/27/2015   

3 Exercises for Hunt Seat Riders
Improve your communication with your horse for better jumping with these exercises.

07/27/2015   

Lengthening Your Horse’s Gaits
Allow your horse to use his full range of motion for better training and conditioning. Here's how.

07/27/2015   

Stable Advice: How to Find a Boarding Barn
What’s the best way to find a new home for your horse when moving to a new region?

07/27/2015   

One-Eyed Horse Triumphs, Inspires Children’s Books
After losing an eye, a horse perseveres, leading his owner to write two picture books.

07/26/2015   

Bits for English Riding
Find out how different bits work for your horse.

07/26/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan Am Games Equestrian Events – Show Jumping Individual Finals
The equestrian events in Toronto closed out with U.S. pair McLain Ward and Rothchild clinching individual gold.

07/25/2015   

The Chincoteague Pony Penning
Every year, horse lovers travel to Chincoteague for the annual pony swim and penning events.

07/24/2015   

Barn Dog Safety
Your dog can be an enjoyable companion at the barn if you're willing to put in the time and training.

07/24/2015   

The Horse Husband’s Survival Guide
Gentlemen — hold your horses! Three horse husbands tell all.

07/24/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan Am Games Equestrian Events – Show Jumping Team Medals
The Canadian team’s gold-medal victory was even sweeter on home soil.

07/23/2015   

Grid Work for Better Jumping
Grids, also known as gymnastics, are useful for every horse and rider. Trainer Frank Madden explains.

07/23/2015   

Rider Position: What’s Wrong with This Picture?
See if you can identify the fault in this rider’s form, then find out how to fix it.

07/23/2015   

Over the Fence: Horses on Vieques Island
Horses are left to wander freely on this Caribbean Island.

07/22/2015   

Horse Born with Partial Fifth Leg Finishes Third in Race
A horse named Spare Parts has overcome an unusual condition that her owners thought would keep her in the paddock.

07/22/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan American Games – Show Jumping Day One
It was a successful first day for both the U.S. and Canadian show jumping teams.

07/22/2015   

Helmets in Saddle Seat and Western Classes
What do judges really think of riders wearing helmets in disciplines where they aren't traditionally worn?

07/22/2015   

Ponying a Horse
Learn how to pony another horse from horseback for training and conditioning.

07/21/2015   

Video: Slowing Down Your Horse’s Gaits
How to slow down your horse without losing rhythm and energy.

07/21/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan American Games – Eventing Stadium Jumping and Medals
It was a golden day for the U.S. team and American Marilyn Little in Toronto.

07/20/2015   

Train Your Reining Horse to Spin
World reining champion Dick Pieper shares his methods for teaching reining spins.

07/20/2015   

The Horse with the Horse on His Back
Da Vinci, a tricolor pinto, was born with markings that look like a horse.

07/20/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan American Games Equestrian Events – Eventing Cross-Country
The United States finished the day in first with Brazil and Canada rounding out the top three.

07/20/2015   

Horse-Safe Fencing Options
Fencing is one of the most important choices you'll make for your farm. Here are some popular options.

07/19/2015   

A Day at the Horse Show
The adventures that occur in a single day at a horse show.

07/18/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan Am Games Equestrian Events – Eventing Dressage Takes Center Stage
The U.S. eventing team is working to secure a spot in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

07/18/2015   

Discover Ranch Pleasure
The AQHA Ranch Pleasure class highlights handiness and versatility in the western horse.

07/18/2015   

Get Started in AQHA Ranch Pleasure
Here are the basics you need to know to compete in Ranch Pleasure.

07/17/2015   

11 Reasons Why I Forgot My Course
Ever go off course in a jumper class? Here are some excuses for the next time it happens.

07/17/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan American Games Equestrian Events – Eventing Jog & Cross-Country Course Walk
Get a preview of the cross-country course and meet some of the competitors who will take it on.

07/17/2015   

American Pharaoh Creates ‘Moneigh’ for Charity
Charity groups are raising funds to rehabilitate Thoroughbred horses with equine-produced artwork.

07/17/2015   

Should You Soak Your Horse's Hay?
There are pros and cons to soaking hay. Find out if it’s the right treatment for your horse’s diet.

07/17/2015   

What to Do When Your Horse Has an Eye Injury
Swollen, runny or squinted eyes in horses can indicate a serious problem. Here's what to do.

07/16/2015   

Conquer Grooming Fears
Richard Winters explains how to teach your horse to accept clippers and spray bottles.

07/16/2015   

7 Things Not to Stress About at Horse Shows
Learning to let go of some of those minor show day stressors.

07/16/2015   

Vet Adventures: A Downward Spiral
How to euthanize a dead horse.

07/15/2015   

Teach Your Horse to Tackle Ditches, Banks and Water
Boyd Martin's advice on introducing your horse to the top three types of cross-country obstacles.

07/15/2015   

Leading a Horse: What's Wrong with This Picture?
See if you can identify some errors many handlers make when leading a horse.

07/15/2015   

Ten Steps to a Healthier Horse
Follow these tips from an equine vet to ensure a long, healthy life for your horse.

07/15/2015   

Dispatches from the 2015 Pan American Games Equestrian Events – Dressage Individual Final
American riders took the top two spots at the close of dressage at the Toronto PanAms.

07/15/2015   

Help for the Horse on Stall Rest
Stall rest is no fun for you or your horse. Here's how to make the time pass a little more easily.

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