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Volume 1, No. 8 features some of the most common fence combinations you’ll find on a Hunter course. This HoofNote is  is based on a larger article on Hunter course design, featured in Issue No. 6, Hunter-rific. Download the PDF here: http://wp.me/p3ER8w-cc

8 features some of the most common fence combinations you’ll find on a Hunter course. This HoofNote is is based on a larger article on Hunter course design, featured in Issue N…

Volume 2, No. 5 focuses on quick tips for building the essential foundations for all riders. Regardless of you age, training level, or discipline, these types are essential for good equitation and good riding in general.

5 focuses on quick tips for building the essential foundations for all riders. Regardless of you age, training level, or discipline, these types are essential for good equitation and good riding in general.

Volume 1, No. 11 takes a quick look at the basics of circles, and how they can help you and your horse during training. This HoofNote is based on a larger article on incorporating figures into training, featured in Special No. 5, Anniversary Issue. Download the full PDF here: http://wp.me/p4GGrs-lI

Volume No. 11 takes a quick look at the basics of circles, and how they can help you and your horse during training. This HoofNote is based on a larger article on incorporating figures into trai…

Volume 1, No. 1 focuses on quick tips for assessing Jumper conformation, and is based on a larger article on Conformation featured in Issue 4, The Performance Horse.  Download the PDF here: http://wp.me/p3ER8w-7b

Volume No. 1 focuses on quick tips for assessing Jumper conformation, and is based on a larger article on Conformation featured in Issue The Performance Horse.

Volume 2, No. 2 takes a look at some essential exercises to build up the foundational skills key to riding, regardless of level and discipline. These great exercises help to improve horse-rider communication, improve responsiveness to aids, develop your transitions, and so much more.

Volume No. 2 takes a look at some essential exercises to build up the foundational skills key to riding, regardless of level and discipline. These great exercises help to improve horse-rider communication, improve responsiveness to aids, develop your t

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Centered Jumping - based on Centered Riding - this is why we ride the way we do!!  Nice article

For some riders, jumping can be a thrill, a challenge, a sport or competition, or simply fun. Here& how to apply centered riding techniques in jumping.

Eventing Refresher Course Part 2 – What Your Horse Should Wear | United States Eventing Association, Inc. - US National Combined Training, Horse Trials: Dressage, Cross Country, Show Jumping

Flipping through any tack store catalog will show you the endless amounts of tack and equipment that exist for your horse, and when buying a new piece of equipment for your horse it is always a good i

Want to know if your Myler bit is legal for Dressage competition here in Australia?  read more here: http://www.bitbankaustralia.com.au/myler-bits-info/

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bitless bridle - Hackamoores Bosals and Bitless Bridles. Understanding your equipment and using it properly.

Charlie is being trained with a bitless &/or sidepull bridle. bitless bridle - Hackamoores Bosals and Bitless Bridles. Understanding your equipment and using it properly.