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Luke speaks about how to properly drag your arena and the benefits involved.
Learn the danger zones around a horse on the ground and how to use horse behavior to work around them safely.
Tom gives insight on how to choose the correct feed.
How-To Mount a Horse Video: by the Certified Horsemanship Association
Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) and Pyranha, Inc. bring you How To Introduce Your Horse to Fly Spray Safely with Teresa Kackert
Brian Bell shows us his key steps in teaching collection to a 2-year old. Check out Brian’s video!
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…
Will goes over a basic trail exercise that he likes to do with all of his horses. The “Clover Exercise” can be performed at the walk, trot, and lope.
Tom answers Debra’s question on how to recondition a horse after a few months of not being ridden.
Mark gives a tip over how to keep your horse safe with properly attaching your cinch.
Miranda Lyon goes through step-by-step how she gets on one of her mustangs for the first time.
If you ask a group of horse owners what safety issues scare them the most, a large number will tell you it’s the threat of a barn fire. There is nothing more devastating than losing horses…
This is a safety tip on how to safely hard tie your horse with a quick release knot brought to you by Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA). It will explain how short or long to tie, where…
Using obstacles gives students a reason to learn new skills and help them improve previously learned skills while having fun. How to Make Obstacles to Spice Up Your Lessons: In this informal…
Trent talks about finding a dangerous foreign object in your horse and how you should handle the situation until help arrives.
Barb shows you the packaging that is used while shipping cooled semen and how long the semen can be left in the package without decreasing in quality.
Tom instructs on how and why he gains control of a horse’s hip.
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Driving 101: An introduction to the basics of equestrian driving. Become familiar with safely harnessing and hitching, learn all about ground driving, and pick up helpful tips for everything…
Ttouch for Your Students: As a Ttouch and Feldenkrais practitioner, Pamela Beets brings Linda Tellington-Jones’ Ttouch techniques to a practical level, teaching instructors how to utilize…
How-To Perform a Safety Check of a Horse Video: by the Certified Horsemanship Association
As successful as Tom McCutcheon has become, we wondered if there was ever a time he had felt like quitting. Tom’s latest video is ready for your viewing.
Reed explains the basics of how to clean out a horse stall and the difference between good and bad shavings.
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.
Teddy speaks about when he likes to go from warming up his horses to when is a good time to start working a cow. Every horse is different and will usually brighten up when they first start to…
Centered Riding Workshop for Instructors: This practical two-part interactive session brings to life Sally Swift’s Centered Riding as presented by certified Centered Riding instructor Mitzi…
In this training video Joe discusses the correct way to stay in a circle without the horse coming out of or speeding up during the circle. This will include having to pull the horse in the…
Martin Muehlstaetter tells us and demonstrates how he starts teaching horses to back-up. Check out Martin’s video!
Sarah goes over how she teaches her young horses how to move off of her legs, and how to not send your horse too many cues at once
Several Eventing training videos presented by USEF (U.S. Equestrian Federation), including: Preparing for an Event, with Emma Ford; Eventing: Cross-Country Schooling Exercises, with Boyd…
What happens if you don’t have a good first slow down, how do you fix the second? Tom McCutcheon talks with us about how he fixes a mistake in the slow down. Check out Tom’s advice!
Learn What Mares Have Taught Us About Menopause with Teresa Knight - Chief Medical Officer for Women's Health Specialists of Saint Louis
Dell answers Michelle’s question about how to be more consistent while stopping.
Safely Saddling with an English Saddle by Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA)
This video will show how to safely and effectively catch a horse in a herd. It will talk about horse herd dynamics, pecking order, how to halter and lead correctly and much more!
Ted Turner talks about what he looks for in a halter horse.
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