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Tom answers Heike’s question about if Tom would prefer his horse to not be as collected in the face and spin faster, or be collected and spin slower.
Tom’s quick tips on tying your horse to a post or fence.
Bobbie with Shorty’s Hattery lists a few common misconceptions people have when taking care of their hats.
Daniel talks about how you can properly train your horse with limited space.
Tom follows up Lesson 1 with details on how to further get your horse started on spinning.
Brian Bell gives us his insights on how to create smooth transitions in this latest training video! Check it out!
Mark speaks about getting his horses broke to trail obstacles and how he believes it helps the horses.
Mozaun goes over how he likes to get his horse to side pass, and how he will use a log for the horse to learn. Mozaun speaks about the practical use of teaching your horse to side pass.
Tom goes over how to properly secure your cinch.
We caught up with Jason Vanlandingham at his place in Texas for a set of training videos. Jason talks about and shows how he teaches lead changes in this video.
Tom demonstrates how to properly lead a horse in and out of a stall.
Tom shows you easy steps to getting on your horse while maintaining control.
In Part I of this series, reining legend, Bob Loomis, talks about his theory in conformation called The Trapezoid Theory that he uses on all of his horses whether selecting a reining prospect…
Learn an exercise, and then simply hang the book from a post and refer to the instructions from the saddle — clearly drawn arena diagrams guide you through every step. Riders of every skill…
Promotion of the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) Riding Instructor Challenge. You can have this exciting event at your Horse Expo!
Trent demonstrates how to safely approach and clean your horse’s hooves.
This safety tip brought to you by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) deals with correctly and safely fitting different types of martingales on your horse.
Trent explains the shoes for the hind end of a reining horse.
Barbara, shares her “must-do” checklist before going to a show.
Vaulting, trail, driving, equine facility manager and instructors of riders with disabilities standards have been added. This manual lists standards for a safer equine environment. These…
How to Safely Bridle a Horse - English
The title says it all: you will learn what you need to know about Liability, Contracts and Releases
Using Arena Equipment to Challenge all Levels: Teaching a solid group lesson is important, especially if you have a variety of riding levels within one class. Specific exercises will be…
In our latest, “Ask Tom Anything” video, Tom talks with us about different types of horses and his personal preference. See if your preference matches up with Tom’s preference.
Mathieu Buton talks and shows us how he controls his horses’ speed. Check out Mathieu’s video!
CHA Chief Executive Officer and Master Instructor/Clinician Christy Landwehr explains bit adjustment in horses for both leverage and direct pressure bits.
Several Show Jumping training videos presented by USEF (U.S. Equestrian Federation), including: Gaining Control After the Fence, by Beezie Madden; Riding a Winning Jump-Off, by Laura Kraut;…
After winning the 2008 NRHA Limited Open Reining Futurity, Trevor Dare decided to become a professional in a meteoric rise to the top of the reining world. He has been a contender in top Open…
Brianna of Lucky Paint Show Shirts gives you the info on how to match your horse’s pad to their color.
Special Thanks to Shorty’s Caboy Hattery!
Barb talks about all of the costs that you can incur to breed and to foal out your horse. Knowing the possible costs before breeding can be incredibly valuable to understanding and keeping a…
CHA Instructor Dale Rudin explains reading horse behavior in this educational tip by Certified Horsemanship Association
Dell instructs about how to train a two or three year old to do lead changes.
Mounted Games: Ideas abound in this presentation of ways to make learning fun and enjoyable! It is a creative look at teaching mounted games both for the group riding class environment as…
This horse training video is applicable to riders of all disciplines but should be of particular interest to those experiencing issues with horses rearing.
Tom answers Rhonda’s question about how to teach a horse to side-pass.
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