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Trevor picks up where we left off in this second installment of how to speed up your spins. Part 2 of 2.
CHA Chief Executive Officer and Master Instructor/Clinician Christy Landwehr explains bit adjustment in horses for both leverage and direct pressure bits.
Brian Bell gives us his insights on how to create smooth transitions in this latest training video! Check it out!
Tom McCutcheon talks about what to do when things start falling apart when at a horse show.
Franco Bertolani gives us his advice on how he counts his spins! Check out Franco’s video!
Brianna of Lucky Paint Show Shirts gives you the info on how to match your horse’s pad to their color.
Casey Deary talks and shows us his first steps in teaching the stop and how he trains deaf horses. Check out Casey’s video!
Learn how to safely and correctly do an emergency dismount if needed off a horse.
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.
CHA Instructor Dale Rudin explains reading horse behavior in this educational tip by Certified Horsemanship Association
Pete shows you exercises that he incorporates into his training that helps engage his horses shoulders and keeps them up while they are loping.
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…
With all the riding Tom McCutcheon does, how does he keep from getting his butt chapped? Tom answers this in the latest “Ask Tom Anything” video.
Mathieu Buton talks and shows us how he controls his horses’ speed. Check out Mathieu’s video!
This video will explain how to correctly put on and fit a rope halter on a horse.
In this “Ask Tom Anything,” Tom McCutcheon talks to us about how reining has changed over the last 20 years.
A take-home application of saddle fit principals for both horse and rider with a focus on adaptation for group riding programs. "Hands-on" process using western saddles.
Tom goes over how he warms up his horses before he starts to work them.
Martin Muehlstaetter demonstrates how he starts teaching turnarounds. Check out Martin’s video!
Teddy explains how he gets a young horse to work on a flag.
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…
Barb discusses her procedures on what she typically does right after a foal is born.
Learn about Insurance for the Private Horse Owner and the Equine Professionale
Barbara share the basics of how to mount your horse from a mounting block.
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…
Barbs talks about using artificial insemination (A.I.) how and why most people us A.I. in the quarter horse industry instead of breeding by a live cover.
Transitions to Improve Lightness: Learn how to use transitions to create a more responsive and lighter horse, ultimately creating a true harmonious working partnership between horse and rider.
CHA, Certified Horsemanship Association, Julie Goodnight, riding helmet fit, horseback riding helmets
This horse training video is applicable to riders of all disciplines but should be of particular interest to those experiencing issues with horses rearing.
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…
Jumping Basics: This beginner's jumping session covers two-point and half seat positions, jumping exercises, trot pole exercises, and introduction to grid work.
Dental Care: Includes a discussion of the normal aging process of the equine dentition, various conditions, and care for the aging horse's teeth. Bits and Bitting: Features a hands-on…
Police Academy Training: The horses and student trainers from Asbury University demonstrate training techniques starting from the ground to train and prepare young horses as police mounts.
Will goes over the scoring of a trail class while they are showing, and then goes into rating a horse to a pole.
This is a sample first trot lessons for beginner horseback riding students demonstrating the 15 minute lesson format used by participants during a Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA)…
This video will explain equine vital signs, how to take them safely, what the ranges should be for each and much more!
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