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Some horse training tips everyone should keep in mind. I am sure I did every single one of them at one point or another

3 Horse Riding Mistakes that make it impossible to improve

Head & Neck Position & It's Effect On The Horse's Body

Riding on the bit versus riding a hollow-backed, ewe-necked horse above the bit or a horse behind the vertical.

Secure Seat: No Matter What your Riding Skill Level, You Can Improve Your Riding and Your Horse's Performance by Improving Your seat. Here are 3 Secrets For Doing Just That. - See more at: http://www.successful-horse-training-and-care.com/secure-seat.html#sthash.3v0Fimaq.dpuf

Secure-seat: No matter what your riding skill level, you can improve your horse riding/training by improving your seat. Here are 3 secrets for doing just that.

You should be able to place 2-3 fingers between the cinch and the horse’s belly. Wrap the remaining end of the cinch strap within the saddle loop. horse riding boots

You should be able to place fingers between the cinch and the horse’s belly. Wrap the remaining end of the cinch strap within the saddle loop.

Cinch Position: The Heart Girth / Western Saddle Guide // How to determine where your horse's girthline falls. Don't overlook this critical aspect of saddle fit.

Cinch Position: The Heart Girth / Western Saddle Guide // How to determine where your horse's girthline falls. Don't overlook this critical aspect of saddle fit.

If you have a horse that's high strung then you'll love this horse training tip. Learn step-by-step how to calm down a hot horse.

Basic idea to teach my girl how to be chill - If you have a horse that's high strung then you'll love this horse training tip. Learn step-by-step how to calm down a hot horse.

Dressage

Explains the difference between piaffe, passage, collected trot, medium trot, and extended trot.

4 Phases of Jumping: What You Do, What Your Horse Does

4 Jumping Phases ~ HorseCollaborative I also add the depart where the horse maintains rhythm and the rider maintains straightness away and begins to plan for next fence if doing a course.

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Great info on snaffle bits. I makes me crazy when people call all jointed bits snaffles like a "tom thumb snaffle". This infographic mentions how curb and snaffle bits use different types of pressure

deviantART: More Like Chestnut Color Genetics Chart by ~MagicWindsStables Wow this is the most details horse chart I've seen. More ppl need to know how to identify specific horses by colors and facial features!

This thing is so helpful. I can never keep the names of paint colors strait. deviantART: More Like Chestnut Color Genetics Chart by ~MagicWindsStables by Lovelylovely

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