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My horse bucks at the lope. How can I fix this habit?

Ask the Expert: Respect at the Lope - Horse Illustrated

Q: My 4-year-old horse is usually very laid-back about everything. However, when we start loping, he starts bucking. I have checked my tack and nothing seems to pinch him, so maybe he is just young and excited. How can I fix this habit? — Celine Rickels, Iowa A: First, good job on eliminating your tack …

Training Tip: Dealing With Your Horse’s Magnet to the Trailer

Training Tip: Dealing With Your Horse's Magnet to the Trailer

Enjoy The Mobile Method with Clinton Anderson's Horse Training Library. View step-by-step videos on any app or screen you can think of.

Training Horses - Two Methods in one.

Training Horses: Two Methods that Work

Good Morning! Happy Hump Day! It's been a while since Vinni has had the spot light and he was looking so pretty after his bath that I just had to share a

Here's a horse training tip that will teach you how to naturally cure a buddy sour horse. This seems to be a common problem among horses and this horse training exercise will show you how to nip it in the bud.

How To Fix A Buddy Sour Horse

Fixing a buddy sour horse is probably one of the easiest horse problems to cure. It really comes down to making it difficult to be around the buddy and easy to not be around the buddy.

Bonding is not about blankets, treats, and cuddles. That’s spoiling. There is a big difference. #horses #horsetraining #horsetrainingtips

The Reality of Bonding With Your Horse

Bonding is not about blankets, treats, and cuddles. That’s spoiling. There is a big difference. #horses #horsetraining #horsetrainingtips

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By Cathleen Trope Originally published on PoloPonyRescue.com If you spend any time on horse message boards or social media, you’ve read stories about horses that were sold to someone as “beginner safe” and then, within a few months, started offloading their riders regularly, became hard to handle, stopped doing things they used to do peacefully, Continued

But I wanted a horse that was beginner safe!

By Cathleen Trope Originally published on PoloPonyRescue.com If you spend any time on horse message boards or social media, you’ve read stories about horses that were sold to someone as “beginner safe” and then, within a few months, started offloading their riders regularly, became hard to handle, stopped doing things they used to do peacefully, …

No Bucking Broncos!. Do your groundwork in advance, then know precisely what to do if your horse does buck or crow-hop.

No Bucking Broncos!

Do your groundwork in advance, then know precisely what to do if your horse does buck or crow-hop.

Wondering if you have your horse’s respect? Here are 7 signs that you might still have some work to do. #HorseTraining #HorsebackRiding #HorseCare

7 Signs That Your Horse Does Not Respect You

Wondering if you have your horse’s respect? Here are 7 signs that you might still have some work to do. #HorseTraining #HorsebackRiding #HorseCare

Do you have a spooky horse? Try these 10 tips to de-spook your horse from guest writer Trixie Hod...

Horse Shying and Spooky? 10 Ways to De-Spook Your Horse - Savvy Horsewoman

Do you have a spooky horse? Try these 10 tips to de-spook your horse from guest writer Trixie Hod...

Horse Training Basics for the Beginner: How to Get Your Horse to Trust You and Obey Basic Commands by [Mitchell, Ronald]

Horse Training Basics for the Beginner: How to Get Your Horse to Trust You and Obey Basic Commands

Horse Training Basics for the Beginner: How to Get Your Horse to Trust You and Obey Basic Commands by [Mitchell, Ronald]

Riding a nervous, spooky horse can be enough to unsettle even the most confident rider. These tips can help you to ride a spooky horse confidently and safely. #iHeartHorses #horseridertips #horsebackriding

7 Tips For Riding A Spooky Horse

Riding a nervous, spooky horse can be enough to unsettle even the most confident rider. These tips can help you to ride a spooky horse confidently and safely. #iHeartHorses #horseridertips #horsebackriding

Here are 31 fun and useful things to do with your horse – other than riding… Bonding Time

31 Things To Do With Your Horse (other than riding) | Horse Tricks 101

Sometimes you can't ride. Sometimes you don't want to. Here are 31 fun and useful things you can do with your horse - other than riding.

Simple obstacles can really boost you and your horses confidence as a team.

Simple obstacles can really boost you and your horses confidence as a team.

Horse Care Tips

5 Things You Can Teach your Horse For Respect

Horse Care Tips

Horse ground training exercises are a great way to refine your equine relationship. This article includes a free printable of 26 groundwork exercises. Some would be great for a pony club or kids camp too!

26 Fun Groundwork Exercises for Your Horse

Horse ground training exercises are a great way to refine your equine relationship. This article includes a free printable of 26 groundwork exercises. Some would be great for a pony club or kids camp too!

Training Tip of the Week: Mouthy horse tip: Make the horse correct himself.

Training Tip of the Week: Mouthy horse tip: Make the horse correct himself.

Training Tip of the Week: Mouthy horse tip: Make the horse correct himself.

Practical tips and exercises to help you if your horse is a little 'Goey'! | Audio horse riding lessons | Daily Strides

Riding a Hot Horse

Have you ever found yourself riding a hot horse where the slightest touch of your leg sends them shooting forward with the speed of a snake strike? Even worse, once they start on that forward traj…

Dan James and Swampy at Road to the Horse 2012! Trust; it takes time to build, seconds to break and forever to repair. Double Dan Horsemanship - For the Love of the Horse

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Dan James and Swampy at Road to the Horse 2012! Trust; it takes time to build, seconds to break and forever to repair. Double Dan Horsemanship - For the Love of the Horse

Trick Training for Horses by Bea Borelle with Gudrun Braun #horses #TrickTraining #horsemanship #tricks #equine #equestrian #HorseTraining #HorseBook

Trick Training for Horses

Trick Training for Horses by Bea Borelle with Gudrun Braun #horses #TrickTraining #horsemanship #tricks #equine #equestrian #HorseTraining #HorseBook

Is your horse ready for anything? If not, check out our complete guide for bombproofing your horse!

How to Bombproof Your Horse

Is your horse ready for anything? If not, check out our complete guide for bombproofing your horse!

exercises that promote acceptance of the bit, collection and headset in the horse

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The following three questions were posted on Weaver Leather’s Facebook page in response to the Jac videos: “How do you teach the horse to accept contact with the bit better? “-Julie H &…

Horseback riding is a lot of coordination, when you think about it. Independently, our hands and legs do a lot of work to keep our horses balanced, straight, and moving at the correct pace–and even tempo! To effectively use our hands and legs independently, we must be able to utilize them together in harmony. While it’s not always easy to do, using our hands and legs together in horseback riding can easily be achieved with practice and focus.

HOW YOUR HANDS AND LEGS WORK TOGETHER IN HORSEBACK RIDING

Horseback riding is a lot of coordination, when you think about it. Independently, our hands and legs do a lot of work to keep our horses balanced, straight, and moving at the correct pace–and even tempo! To effectively use our hands and legs independently, we must be able to utilize them together in harmony. While it’s not always easy to do, using our hands and legs together in horseback riding can easily be achieved with practice and focus.

The Evolution of Your Aids in the Saddle - Strides for Success | Daily Strides Podcast

The Evolution of Your Aids in the Saddle

The Evolution of Your Aids in the Saddle - Strides for Success | Daily Strides Podcast

Don’t be taken in by articles and advice regarding learning “basic horse training for beginners”. Attempting to “train” a horse when you don’t know what you are doing is an activity that is doomed to fail. Handling a horse badly can result in injury to you and the horse. If nothing else, improper handling can ruin the horse and make it difficult or impossible for someone knowledgeable to unravel the mess caused by “beginner’s horse training”.

Is It Possible To Learn Basic Horse Training For Beginners?

Don’t be taken in by articles and advice regarding learning “basic horse training for beginners”. Attempting to “train” a horse when you don’t know what you are doing is an activity that is doomed to fail. Handling a horse badly can result in injury to you and the horse. If nothing else, improper handling can ruin the horse and make it difficult or impossible for someone knowledgeable to unravel the mess caused by “beginner’s horse training”.

Cool video on how to teach your horse to pay attention.

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Cool video on how to teach your horse to pay attention.

Average talent plus hard work and dedication will always beat talent by itself. - Clinton

Horse Training | Horsemanship | Downunder Digital Videos & DVDs

Average talent plus hard work and dedication will always beat talent by itself. - Clinton

Leaning on the bit is the common description for any horse that puts an undue amount of his own weight on the bit whilst being ridden. A horse that leans on the bit will typically cause his rider quite a bit of muscle strain and discomfort because the horse is using the rider as a means of support and balance. Read our article to find out what you can do to stop your horse from leaning on the bit.

HOW TO STOP YOUR HORSE FROM LEANING ON THE BIT

Leaning on the bit is the common description for any horse that puts an undue amount of his own weight on the bit whilst being ridden. A horse that leans on the bit will typically cause his rider quite a bit of muscle strain and discomfort because the horse is using the rider as a means of support and balance. Read our article to find out what you can do to stop your horse from leaning on the bit.

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Ingrid Klimke

How to teach a horse to back up without pulling your reins too hard - Radek Libal

How to teach a horse to back up without pulling your reins too hard

Backing up is one of the first things a horse needs to learn. Yet a lot of people underestimate it. There is a big difference in what you teach your horse when you back up from the saddle and when you back up from the ground. Backing up from the ground has a very different meaning than backing up from the saddle When you work with your horse from the ground, backing up is mainly about gaining respect. If your horse tries to push you, doesn’t matter if it’s with his body or his head, he…

Sitting pretty is all about feeling secure in the saddle. Here are 3 stick-like-glue tips to boost your base of support.

3 Tips to Glue You in That Saddle

Sitting pretty is all about feeling secure in the saddle. Here are 3 stick-like-glue tips to boost your base of support.

How, when, where, and why to use a Hackamore. Great video that explains it well!

How To Use A Hackamore

Here's a short little video that will show you how to use a hackamore and when and where is the best place to use one.

How to Patiently Coax Kids into Connection and Learning | Connected Families

Learning to connect and guide in ways that feel safe to kids is extremely important in teaching life lessons as well as allowing them the space they need.

Dragging Objects to Prevent Trail Trauma

by Kate Riordan You’re four miles from home on a trail that you’ve ridden for years. But today something decides to bounce through the brush unseen but heard — a distinctive and loud rattling sound…

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Horse Ground Manners

Manners on the ground are absolutely essential for any horse, the bigger they are the more essential they are. If a horse is not well mannered on the ground

Learn more about this secret training tool all the top horse riders are using. Tap the link to our website

What are rhythm beads for horses?

Learn more about this secret training tool all the top horse riders are using. Tap the link to our website

From Leading to Liberty: 100 Training Games Your Horse Will Want to Play

Author: Jutta Wiemers Brand: Wiemers Wiemers Jutta Features: From Leading to Liberty 100 Training Games Your Horse Will Want to Play ISBN: 0851319750 Number Of Pages: 374 Publisher: JA Allen Details: In this book, Jutta Wiemers describes 100 "smart" games through which you can achieve a perfect partnership with your ho

When training horses (or just simply riding horses) it's always important that you keep their attention and focus. In this horse training tip you'll learn how to get and keep your horse's attention.

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When training horses (or just simply riding horses) it's always important that you keep their attention and focus. In this horse training tip you'll learn how to get and keep your horse's attention.

Horse Groundwork Exercises for Beginners w/FREE Training Log

As a beginner, there are few basic horse groundwork exercises that you should consistently work on until you have mastered them. FREE printable .PDF Training Log!

Self-Lifting Feet Pat Parelli shares the steps to overcome resistance when picking up a horse’s feet. #equine

Self-Lifting Feet

Pat Parelli shares the steps to overcome resistance when picking up a horse’s feet.

#horseriding #horserider #equine "Don't walk beside me, I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Walk beside me and be my friend."

#horseriding #horserider #equine "Don't walk beside me, I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Walk beside me and be my friend."

By the time a foal is two months old, he should start to eat solid food. During this time, however, a foal needs to be constantly near his mother. Learn about horse training in this infographic from a horse breeder.

By the time a foal is two months old, he should start to eat solid food. During this time, however, a foal needs to be constantly near his mother. Learn about horse training in this infographic from a horse breeder.

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Once you discover all the benefits of apple cider vinegar (ACV) for horses, it’s is really a no-brainer. Not only is it natural and affordable, but it’s also a safe and fool-proof way to get into…

Apple Cider Vinegar for Horses - Top 10 Uses - Savvy Horsewoman

🐴 Find out the top uses of Apple Cider Vinegar for Horses, how and when to use it, where to buy it, how to feed it, and add it to your horse's water.

Some of the most difficult horses can benefit from pressure and release training. Showing them a choice gives them a reason to rise to the occasion and become the horse you dreamed of.

Pressure and Release Training for the Horse That Won't Listen

Some of the most difficult horses can benefit from pressure and release training. Showing them a choice gives them a reason to rise to the occasion and become the horse you dreamed of.

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Do horse not drugs

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Trimming a horse's mane

How to Trim and Cut a Horse's Mane with Scissors

Trimming a horse's mane

Horse Care Tips | Barn hacks | Barn ideas | Stable hacks | Stable ideas | Equestrian clothing | Horse riding tips | Equestrian bloggers | Horse bloggers |

5 Steps To Grooming Your Horse Like A Professional!

Horse Care Tips | Barn hacks | Barn ideas | Stable hacks | Stable ideas | Equestrian clothing | Horse riding tips | Equestrian bloggers | Horse bloggers |

Trim Your Horse's Tail Top Without Clippers!

How to tidy your horse's tail top with scissors, instead of pulling the tail or using clippers. Step by step instructions for tidying up your horse's tail with scissors.

Grooming Your Horse's Fetlocks and Feathers

Grooming your horse's fetlocks and feathers - how to tidy up your horse's lower legs! Your horse's fetlocks and feathers require some special grooming. Depending on your horse's breed, you may want to keep the feathers. Or, you may decide for skin infections, you need to keep the feathers short and the fetlock clipped.

Washing Your Horse's Face

Washing your horse's face. Grooming tips for washing your horse's face. There is no reason to shower him directly with the hose, using washcloths and sponges is just fine.

Mud Knots for Your Horse's Tail

Mud knots for your horse's tail. Grooming the tail, creating a mud knot, and protecting your horse's tail from mud and dirt! Mud knots are a great way to get your horse's tail secure and clean for turn out.

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Desensitize your Horse to Handling for Safer Grooming

Desensitize your horse to handling for safer grooming! Having a horse that tolerates grooming and handling is a must - for safety and health! How to desensitize your horse so that you build trust, can better monitor your horse's health, and deliver a great grooming routine!

Tired of mediocre braids limiting your turnout? Learn the tricks of the trade for crafting the perfect hunter or dressage braids on your horse for successful shows. Or earn income braiding. You'll transform your mane braids from novice to expert status with this key knowledge. Click through to view my video message about what you'll learn in the workshop. #manebraidingtutorials, #perfectmanebraids

Mane Braiding Workshop

Tired of mediocre braids limiting your turnout? Learn the tricks of the trade for crafting the perfect hunter or dressage braids on your horse for successful shows. Or earn income braiding. You'll transform your mane braids from novice to expert status with this key knowledge. Click through to view my video message about what you'll learn in the workshop. #manebraidingtutorials, #perfectmanebraids

Growing a Long Mane

Growing a long mane on your horse! How you can help your horse grow a long mane. From daily care to good nutrition and select products, you can help your horse's mane become longer.

Wrapping Your Horse's Tail

Wrapping your horse's tail. You might need to wrap your horse's tail for shipping, to protect a braid, or to keep a braided tail secure at a horse show. Here are some tips and tricks to wrapping your horse's tail.

Grooming your horse can be time-consuming, and it’s full of challenges. Here are 7 long-kept grooming secrets that you revolutionize how you groom your horse. | #horses #grooming #equestrian #horse

7 Horse Grooming Secrets You Should Know

Grooming your horse can be time-consuming, and it’s full of challenges. Here are 7 long-kept grooming secrets that you revolutionize how you groom your horse. | #horses #grooming #equestrian #horse

#brushes #works #great #shoe #hold #barn #bag #etc #our #to #at #aA shoe bag works great to hold brushes, etc at our barn.

#brushes #works #great #shoe #hold #barn #bag #etc #our #to #at #aA shoe bag works great to hold brushes, etc at our barn.

Get your horse looking sleek and show-ready with these 10 horse grooming secrets from AQHA!

10 Horse-Grooming Tips

Get your horse looking sleek and show-ready with these 10 horse grooming secrets from AQHA!

Could your horse’s tail use some improvement? Tails are frustrating to care for because they grow slowly and break easily, but here are six ways that you can help your horse to grow a better tail. | #horses #equestrian #equine #pony

6 Ways To Help Your Horse Grow A Better Tail

Could your horse’s tail use some improvement? Tails are frustrating to care for because they grow slowly and break easily, but here are six ways that you can help your horse to grow a better tail. | #horses #equestrian #equine #pony

Grooming tips for darker horses - bays, blacks, deep chestnuts. #grooming #horse #equestrian

Dark Horse Grooming Tips

Grooming tips for darker horses - bays, blacks, deep chestnuts. #grooming #horse #equestrian

How to Clean Your Horse's Mane and Tail in Winter

How to clean your horse's mane and tail in the winter. Some ways you can clean your horse's mane and tail in winter. When you can't bathe. When it's greasy and dirty and stained. Anyone else want to move south?

Horse hair care, tips and tricks for keeping your horses mane and tail beautiful!

6 Tips for Horse Hair Care

Horse hair care, tips and tricks for keeping your horses mane and tail beautiful!

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We show you how to put a fishtail braid in your horses's tail. Step-by-step instructions and photos. A fishtail braid may look complicated to do, but is really very simple.

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Pasture vs Barefoot Trim Pt. 4 - The Soul of the Sole – Scoot Boots

Getting Started

Pete Ramey says, "Since the sole is the first line of defense between the horse and the ground, its proper management is crucial to soundness." How many of you believe that? How many feel their farrier believes that? How many of you have sat by and watched your farrier just slice away the very 'soul' of the sole? I would say anyone who has used a farrier or shod their horses has. Of course there might be an exception or two. That goes un-questioned. There are always exceptions 'to the rule'…

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5 Easy Ways To Get Your Horse Super Fit

We may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post. For more information please check out our disclosure pageNo matter what type of riding you do with your horse, competition, or gentle pleasure riding, it is important your horse is fit for the type of work they are doing. A proper riding […]

6 Fencing Mistakes That Cost You Time and Money

Fencing is a big job- make sure you aren't making any of these fencing mistakes before you build your fence to save yourself some time and money!

Barn Rules

Barn rules! A place to start when putting together a list of rules for your barn. Include barn rules about daily operations, emergency plans, and more.

4 Essentials for Successful Lunging - Free Checklist

Successfully getting started with lunging is easier than you think... All you need are 4 things - all of which are easy to get your hands on. Lunging has the potential to really transform your riding, however it must be approached correctly. This checklist will get you started to successfully lunging your horse.

Trimming a horse's mane

How to Trim and Cut a Horse's Mane with Scissors

Trimming a horse's mane

Horse Care Tips | Barn hacks | Barn ideas | Stable hacks | Stable ideas | Equestrian clothing | Horse riding tips | Equestrian bloggers | Horse bloggers |

5 Steps To Grooming Your Horse Like A Professional!

Horse Care Tips | Barn hacks | Barn ideas | Stable hacks | Stable ideas | Equestrian clothing | Horse riding tips | Equestrian bloggers | Horse bloggers |

Trim Your Horse's Tail Top Without Clippers!

How to tidy your horse's tail top with scissors, instead of pulling the tail or using clippers. Step by step instructions for tidying up your horse's tail with scissors.

Grooming Your Horse's Fetlocks and Feathers

Grooming your horse's fetlocks and feathers - how to tidy up your horse's lower legs! Your horse's fetlocks and feathers require some special grooming. Depending on your horse's breed, you may want to keep the feathers. Or, you may decide for skin infections, you need to keep the feathers short and the fetlock clipped.

Washing Your Horse's Face

Washing your horse's face. Grooming tips for washing your horse's face. There is no reason to shower him directly with the hose, using washcloths and sponges is just fine.

Mud Knots for Your Horse's Tail

Mud knots for your horse's tail. Grooming the tail, creating a mud knot, and protecting your horse's tail from mud and dirt! Mud knots are a great way to get your horse's tail secure and clean for turn out.

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Finest Equestrian Brushware | Renwick & Sons

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Desensitize your Horse to Handling for Safer Grooming

Desensitize your horse to handling for safer grooming! Having a horse that tolerates grooming and handling is a must - for safety and health! How to desensitize your horse so that you build trust, can better monitor your horse's health, and deliver a great grooming routine!

My horse bucks at the lope. How can I fix this habit?

Ask the Expert: Respect at the Lope - Horse Illustrated

Q: My 4-year-old horse is usually very laid-back about everything. However, when we start loping, he starts bucking. I have checked my tack and nothing seems to pinch him, so maybe he is just young and excited. How can I fix this habit? — Celine Rickels, Iowa A: First, good job on eliminating your tack …

Training Tip: Dealing With Your Horse’s Magnet to the Trailer

Training Tip: Dealing With Your Horse's Magnet to the Trailer

Enjoy The Mobile Method with Clinton Anderson's Horse Training Library. View step-by-step videos on any app or screen you can think of.