Practicing a pretty slow lope, on a loose rein, will leave your horse traveling flat. Here’s what to do about it…

Use this exercise to: enhance a pleasure horse’s movement help maintain an older horse that has correct movement give a light aerobics workout to make him use his body up high then release and get soft Great to prevent your horse from picking up bad habits and keep using his body correctly. Members view this…

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Zips Chocolate Chip’s stone bruise as a 2 year old was the best thing to happen to Cleve Wells

“My world was crushed”… Thoughts for the day… the power of a great horse to teach you to be a great horseman/woman and how sometimes your lowest point in your horse show journey, becomes your greatest asset.     Members log into TheHorseTrainingChannel members area and search for lesson “”Picture Perfect Lope For Ranch Riding” (or…

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Prep Tip #2 Preparing for Major Fall Events: Pay Attention To The “Small Stuff”

It’s that time of the year again! Whether it’s the Congress, The World Show, or even your Saddle Club’s Championship Show… we are all striving to be our best for the major fall events. Here’s a tip on the importance of paying attention to “little things” and the big picture. The tip is geared toward…

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A Key To Western Pleasure Success with Champion Trainer, Katy Jo Zuidema

“One of the biggest things that I make the mistake of doing and that I see people doing is they get in the trap of working that circle in the middle of the pen and then they have a hard time transitioning from the circle to the long straight aways, there really is no show pen that is round, so what we have to master is long straight aways and managing your corners to show your horse in the show pen.”
Katy Jo Zuidema

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