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Dismounting – Barbara Williams

Barbara demonstrates how to properly dismount. She also goes through various safety tips and suggestions for dismounting.

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.…

Health and Fitness Videos , from US Equestrian (USEF)

Several health and fitness videos for equestrian riders, presented by USEF (U.S. Equestrian Federation), including: Lower Body Exercises, with Mari Inouye and Ali Divita; Pre & Post-Ride…

First Day with Foal – Barb Wibbles

Barb discusses her procedures on what she typically does right after a foal is born.

Mounting and Control – Tom McCutcheon

Tom shows you easy steps to getting on your horse while maintaining control.

Versatility Ranch Horse – Mozaun McKibben

Moazun talks about the Versatility Ranch Horse and what he looks for in a horse to be able to compete and be successful in this discipline. Mozaun also talks about how he gets his horses…

Familiarizing Your Horse with a Mounting Block – Barbara Williams

Barbara instructs on how to properly familiarize your horse to a mounting block. She recommends various steps and positions for safety.

3 Ways to Wrap a Leg

Josh Rosenstrater shows 3 different ways to wrap a horse’s front legs with polo wraps.

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.

CHA Riding Instructor Challenge Promo for Your Horse Expo

Promotion of the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) Riding Instructor Challenge. You can have this exciting event at your Horse Expo!

Collection – Fred Thomsson

Fred talks about training a reining horse and why collection is a useful tool to make a good reining horse.

How to Keep your Motivation High

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Consistent Stops – Dell Hendricks

Dell answers Michelle’s question about how to be more consistent while stopping.

Securing Your Cinch

Tom goes over how to properly secure your cinch.

Getting off a Horse – Miranda Lyon

Miranda Lyon demonstrates a safe way to get off a horse.

Therapeutic Riding II Strategies for Rehabilitation ($59.95)

This manual covers the use of the horse to treat individuals with disabilities and contains the essays related to intervention in occupational and physical therapy, speech and language…

R is for Rehab

Mandy McCutcheon and Emily Moylan give us a behind-the-scenes look at Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses, which is home to the Equine Spa and Rehabilitation Center, a state-of-the-art rehab…

Standing Patiently

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

How to Longe a Horse Correctly

This video brought to you by Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) will show how to safely and effectively longe a horse.

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.

Paperwork for Horse Shows

Emily Moylan of TMRH shows us how she organizes the paperbook for horse shows and what you’ll need.

Use Ground Poles and Cones & Improve Responsiveness and Balance DVD ($45/$34)

Using Ground Poles & Cones to Improve Riding: Take home useful exercises for all levels of riders in all disciplines with the use of arena props such as ground poles and cones.

Insurance for Equine Businesses Webinar ($40/$20)

Learn about Insurance for the Private Horse Owner and the Equine Professionale

Skid Boots – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about using skid boots during your ride.

Trevor Dare, Associate Trainer at Xtra Quarter Horses, gives tips on speeding up your spins, Part 2

Trevor picks up where we left off in this second installment of how to speed up your spins. Part 2 of 2.

Exercise Cards by Julie Goodnight ($16.95)

Vinyl, Bound Arena Guide. The 3.5” by 5” booklet is 54-pages, spiral-bound and shows pictures of each exercise with a complete written description on the back of each card. It’s…

Lenghtening and Shortening of Strides

CHA Master Instructor and AQHA Professional Horseman Anne Brzezicki with Middle TN State University demonstrates a sample lesson with stride lengthening and shortening.

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.

Braiding a Tail – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about why they braid their horses tails and shows you a simple way to do it.

Stopping and Running Down to Your Stop – Ruben Vandorp

Ruben speaks about how he teaches his horses to stop and make a big move without going fast. Ruben also goes over about running down to the stops, and how to keep the horse comfortable while…

Lights During Winter

Shelly from Arkansas asks Tom about using lights on your horses during the winter seasons.

Teach a Horse to Hold Its Back Leg Up – Pete Kyle

Pete Kyle walks us through how to hold your horses back leg up to be able to easily work with your horse, such as your farrier putting shoes on your horse.

Tom McCutcheon – Do You Really Make Money

Tom McCutcheon answers the question, “Do you really make money?” in this latest “Ask Tom Anything!” Check out Tom’s video!


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