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Tom talks about the screens that he puts down during winter to keep his arena warmer, and to keep the wind down.
This video will demonstrate different horseback riding rein holds. Each is used based on the experience of the horse, the experience of the rider, bit, discipline and goals. The different…
This 208 page manual is full of illustrations and photos that will help the professional riding instructor just starting out, as well as those that have been teaching for a long time.…
Tom McCutcheon talks with us on whether he would try any horse, regardless of breeding in this latest Ask Tom Anything. Check out Tom’s video!
Tom talks about the pivot foot on the horse while spinning and how it has changed over the past 20 years.
Pete goes over what to do when a horse sucks back in their spins.
Mark talks about a young horse that bucks, and what he has seen and found in horses that buck.
Divided into separate volumes, the first deals with issues of primary interest to instructors, administrators, volunteers, and horse trainers. Volume two presents topics relating to the use…
This safety tip brought to you by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) deals with correctly and safely fitting sports medicine boots, bell boots and split boots on your horse.
With the NRHA Futurity beginning today, everyone is hoping their hard work and training produces the next “big time horse.” How can you tell if your horse has the right stuff? Tom…
Sarah goes over what you should expect the first time you ride a young horse. Sarah teams up with Austin and shows you how to work a colt around with two people compared to one.
The system of evaluating animal body conditions has been used by livestock producers for a long time. The more popular system used in the horse industry is the Henneke System first presented…
Martin Muehlstaetter demonstrates how he starts teaching turnarounds. Check out Martin’s video!
Barb gives great information and how to properly go about finding a stud.
Level 3 - Horse behavior, equipment, bits and bitting, horse care, breeds, rein aids, natural aids, improving the canter/lope, bareback, leads, transitions, school figures, turn backs, jumping.
Tom McCutcheon talks about how he stays focused in this latest “Ask Tom Anything” video! Check out Tom’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…
Mark works with a wild mustang that has only been handled a few times.
CHA, Certified Horsemanship Association, Julie Goodnight, riding helmet fit, horseback riding helmets
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…
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;…
Debbie Brown provides useful tips in this 3-minute video.
Tom McCutcheon demonstrates how to teach a horse side passing
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!
Mathieu Buton talks and shows us how he controls his horses’ speed. Check out Mathieu’s video!
Have you ever wanted to go back in time and take your skills and knowledge you have now and apply them to a horse from your past? Well, that’s what Tom McCutcheon talks with us about in…
Tom talks about using skid boots during your ride.
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…
Brianna of Lucky Paint Show Shirts gives you the info on how to match your horse’s pad to their color.
Will goes over how he works his younger and older horses through a 12 x 12 box. This exercise will help teach your horse guide and go through the box with the correct amount of steps at the…
Special Thanks to Shorty’s Caboy Hattery!
Good Jumping Form and Safety: Explore different flatwork exercises, ground pole drills, and jumping gymnastics and courses to help your riders succeed.
Trent goes into detail about various shoes used for Reining Horses.
Tom McCutcheon has been competing at the highest level for years. How does he do it? Tom gives his tips for staying and competing at the higher levels. Check out Tom’s video!
Brianna recounts a few of the Faux Pas she has seen in the show pen.
Barb talks about a recipient mare and its recent foal, and the complications she faced with its birth.
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