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How to Perform a Safety Tack Check

How-To Perform a Safety Check of a Horse Video: by the Certified Horsemanship Association

Unwanted Horse Issue Webinar ($40/$20)

Jill Montgomery will discuss Unwanted Horses and what we can do to help the issue.

Horses and Hormones: What Mares Have Taught Us About Menopause Webinar ($40/$20)

Learn What Mares Have Taught Us About Menopause with Teresa Knight - Chief Medical Officer for Women's Health Specialists of Saint Louis

Side Passing – Mozaun McKibben

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.

Jumping 101 and Development of the Lesson Horse DVD ($45/$34)

Jumping 101: Safe practical progression of horse and rider as they journey into the world of jumping. Includes exercises to help riders obtain the correct jumping position and demonstrates…

How to Fit a Helmet for Horseback Riding

CHA, Certified Horsemanship Association, Julie Goodnight, riding helmet fit, horseback riding helmets

Choosing a Stud – Barb Wibbles

Barb gives great information and how to properly go about finding a stud.

Spring Shots – Dr. Pat Garret

Dr. Pat Garret from Pilot Point talks about the importance of regular seasonal shots for your horse.

How to Keep your Motivation High

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Trail Obstacle Training and Its Benefits – Mark Lyon

Mark speaks about getting his horses broke to trail obstacles and how he believes it helps the horses.

Abby Mixon – Look Smoother in the Show Pen

Abby Mixon discusses with us how to look smoother in the show pen. Check out Abby’s video.

Tips for keeping your free arm still

Debbie Brown provides useful tips in this 3-minute video.

Using Arena Equipment to Challenge All Levels & Building Rider Strength and Fitness Through Exercise

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…

What Kind of Advice Would You Give Someone Wanting to Become a Reining Trainer

Have you ever thought about becoming a reining trainer? Would you like some advice? You are in the right place! In this new, “Ask Tom Anything,” Tom gives some good advice for becoming a…

Counting Your Horses Steps – Will Knabenshue

Will goes over about counting your horses steps while working his trail horses at home or in a show situation. Will also shows you how many steps it should be for a horse at the trot and lope…

Multi-discipline Training Videos, from US Equestrian (USEF)

Several training videos from different disciplines, presented by USEF (U.S. Equestrian Federation), including: Pathway to Para-Equestrian Dressage, with Rebecca Hart, Muriel Forrest, Michel…

Conformation Part 1 – Bob Loomis

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…

Lesson Exercises for Various Level Riders & Lunge Line Exercises DVD ($45/$34)

Lesson Exercises for Various Level Riders: Teaching group lessons to riders with a wide range of riding abilities is always a challenge.

Eventing Training Videos, from US Equestrian (USEF)

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 I Look for in an Employee – Tom McCutcheon

Integrity. The biggest characteristic that Tom McCutcheon looks for in an employee. Tom talks about other characteristics he values in an employee as well in this latest Ask Tom Anything…

Romel Reins – Debbie Brown

NRHA Professional Trainer Debbie Brown talks about using romel reins on a reining horse and the benefits that can come from using romel reins and the maneuvers it can help.

Moving the Horse’s Hip – Tom McCutcheon

Tom instructs on how and why he gains control of a horse’s hip.

Collected or not Collected in Spins – Tom McCutcheon

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.

CHA Trail Manual ($49.95/$29.95)

The CHA Trail Guide Manual is a comprehensive manual to trail riding, camping and packing out with your horses and mules. It is a must have for all avid trail riders, overnight campers and…

Bit Adjustment

CHA Chief Executive Officer and Master Instructor/Clinician Christy Landwehr explains bit adjustment in horses for both leverage and direct pressure bits.

Packaging and Shipping Semen – Barb Wibbles

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.

Abby Mixon – Collection During Rundowns

Abby Mixon talks and demonstrates how she keeps her horses collected during the rundowns in our first training video with Abby. Check it out!

How to set up your reining pattern

Tom talks about how he sets up his reining patterns.

Switching from Bridle to Halter – Tom McCutcheon

Tom shows your how to safely remove your bridle when you have finished riding and put your halter safely on your horse. He goes through the steps of securing your horse during the transition…

Reconditioning a Horse – Tom McCutcheon

Tom answers Debra’s question on how to recondition a horse after a few months of not being ridden.

IRS Looks for Nine Things in an Equine Business Webinar ($40/$20)

Learn about the Nine Things the IRS Looks for in Your Horse Business

Ranch Pleasure – Mozaun McKibben

Mozaun talks about the Ranch Pleasure, what the class encompasses, and what the judges are looking for in the horse and rider. Mozaun also talks about how it was to win the first AQHA World…

Neck vs Direct Reining – Barbara Williams

Barbara demonstrates the differences between direct and neck reining and how they should be used.


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