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Is Your Horse Nervous?
Nervousness can account for behavior and training problems, but you can help your horse work through it.

Is Your Horse’s Bad Attitude a Sign of Discomfort?
What seems like bad horse behavior is often a reaction to a physical problem.

Horse Training - Sacking out with Ken McNabb
Desensitize a timid horse with composed techniques in the round pen.

Horse Behavior - Recognizing Learning Ability in Horses
Intelligence is difficult, if not impossible, to quantify in a species whose language we cannot understand because actions alone cannot explain the logic or awareness behind them.

Making the Most of a Hot Horse
How to handle the hot horse through management and exercise.

Horse Behavior - Motivating Your Horse
Trying to get your horse to do what you want.

Parelli Training Methods
Find articles, tips and advice on Parelli's method of natural training.

Parelli Natural Horsemanship: The Seven Games
What are the seven games? Pat Parelli explains.

Horse Behavior - Discover Your Horse's Personality Type
Knowing your horse's personality type can help improve your relationship with him and help you tailor your training and goals to meet his needs.

Horsemanship How-to: Ride Through a Rear
What should you do when your horse rears, and how do you stop it from becoming a habit?

Horse Behavior - When Horses Act Dangerously
When horses start displaying unruly behavior, it poses serious risk to both the horse and his human handlers.

Horse Behavior - Round Pen Results
Put a new spin on the round pen with trainer Ken McNabb to control spookiness and teach ground tying.

Horse Behavior - Spooky Stuff
Teach your horse to handle fearful circumstances with confidence.

Teach Your Horse to Stand Tied
Clinician Clinton Anderson explains how he trains a horse to stand quietly while tied.

The Spoiled Horse
Clinton Anderson’s solutions for dealing with the pushy or spoiled horse.

Horse Behavior - Conquering Trail Terrors
If hitting the trail sounds more fun to you than it does to your horse, now's the time to adjust his attitude with a little persistence and common sense.

Horse Behavior - Training Your Horse Right the First Time
Training mistakes can have negative and long-lasting effects that are hard to reverse.

Horse Training - Training Without Force
Respecting our horses as partners means never trying to overpower them and force them into performing like wind-up toys.

Train Your Horse to Tie
Patience, preparation and routine are essential to teaching your horse to tie.

Horse Behavior - Horse Herd Hierarchy
The communal living arrangement of horses necessitates that rules be established to govern social interactions between members of the herd in order to reduce the likelihood of serious aggressive conflicts within the group.

Get the Better of Bad Behavior
Solutions for the worst offenders—speeding, drifting, bit resistance and high-headedness.

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