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Putting on a Saddle – Tom McCutcheon

Tom explains how to safely saddle a horse and how to make sure the saddle is comfortable for the horse.

Exercises on Horseback

Horseback Riding Exercises to Improve Rider Position

Trail Exercise – Will Knabenshue

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.

Developing the Rider’s Seat and Quick Corrections for Position DVD ($45/$34)

Developing the Rider's Seat: Exercises to help students improve their communication with the horse primarily using their seat. Quick Corrections: Develop your eye to find the root cause of…

Colt Starting Part 5 – Sarah Dawson

Sarah explains on keeping everything soft and simple while working with a young horse and then with time and persistence everything will start to fall into place. Sarah also talks about how…

Partnership with Your Horse – Mark Lyon

Mark talks about the partnership of a horse and rider, and using a horses and persons ability together to achieve greater results.

Chords for Carl piano solo - Video One

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McQuay Legacy

Tim McQuay got started in reining in the 70s, earning his first National Reining Horse Association money in 1978 at the NRHA Futurity in Columbus, Ohio aboard Band Of Glo to a 13th place…

Jason Vanlandingham Talks About His Program for Teaching Lead Changes

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.

Measures you can take to prevent fires or lessen their impact.

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…

How to Saddle a Horse Correctly (English saddle)

Safely Saddling with an English Saddle by Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA)

Introducing Your Horse to a Fly Mask

Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) presents How to Introduce Your Horse to a Fly Mask with Ashleigh Hamill

How to Fit a Rope Halter

This video will explain how to correctly put on and fit a rope halter on a horse.

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…

Bit Adjustment

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

Loading a Horse Safely into a Trailer

Dononvan Dobbs describes how to safely load and unload a horse from a two horse slant load trailer.

Spring Shots – Dr. Pat Garret

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

Customer Experience Academy from ReviewTrackers

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What to Put In & What to Put On: Joints

However, a  study in the Equine Veterinary Journal identified joint changes in a herd of wild mustangs, and the researchers concluded that the degenerative process occurs in all horses.…

Keeping a Horse Quiet While in the Middle of the Pen – Dell Hendricks

Dell answers Barbara’s question on what to do to keep her horse quiet in the middle of the pen and before she is about to spin.

How to Release Your Horse in a Paddock with Other Horses

This Certified Horsemanship Association ( video will show you how to safely release your horse into a pasture, field or paddock with other horses safely.

Spirit Sun Qi Gong (Taoist Yoga Flow)

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Standing Patiently

Quick tip from Barbara Williams on the importance of teaching your horse to stand still and be patient after you have mounted.

Preparing for a Horse Show – Barbara Williams

Barbara, shares her “must-do” checklist before going to a show.

Keeping your Horse in the Spin – Joe Schmidt

Joe Schmidt of Schmidt Reining Horses in Pilot Point, Texas answers a user question about how to keep a horse in a spin when he wants to walk out or stop spinning.

Cleaning Hooves – Trent Wargo

Trent demonstrates how to safely approach and clean your horse’s hooves.

Most Common Non Pro Mistakes Made at Horse Shows

Do you get nervous in the pen? Tom McCutcheon has some advice on how to calm your nerves and how to show your horse. In this “Ask Tom Anything” video, Tom McCutcheon talks about the most…

How to Put on Standing Wraps and Polo Wraps

This video will demonstrate how to safely and correctly put on polo wraps and standing wraps on horses.

Tom McCutcheon – How to Stay at This Level

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!

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

Leg Positioning – Daniel Schloemer

Daniel Schloemer discusses the 3 main positions for your legs that should be used when directing your horse.

Colt Starting Part 3 – Sarah Dawson

Sarah talks about how she gets on her horses for the first time. Always keep everything organized, such as your lead rope when you are ready to get on so you do not have anything go wrong…

Getting on a Horse – Part One

Mark Lyon goes over a basic tip on how to get onto a colt that is new to being ridden.

Teaching Techniques and Adding to Your Teaching Bags of Tricks DVD ($45/$34)

Adding to Your Teaching "Bag of Tricks": A practical, round table discussion of how to reach riders of various learning styles by increasing the arsenal of phrases and imagery stored in our…

Fresh Horse and More

Tom answers 3 questions: Should I let a friend ride my horse? How do I find the right bit for my horse? Why isn’t my horse paying attention?


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