Ride & Guide: Proper Use Of The Side Pull

The secret to using a side pull, is all in it’s name… side – pull. Learn where to put your hands and position your body when starting your young horse to teach them to properly ride and guide between your reins, to stop, to back and to turn and see how much easier it is…

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Start Your 2 Year Old Show Horse Right, with Champion Colt Trainer, Rob Foster

Ever heard of World & Congress Champion Colman or 2017 superstar, Its A Pretty Thing? Well, here’s your chance to learn from the guy who started them out early in their careers, Champion Colt Trainer, Rob Foster. In this quick tip you will learn the steps Rob takes following groundwork and ideas for evaluating balance…

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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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Prep Tip #1 For Major Fall Events: Is your horse “reading” your mail?

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 staying relaxed and a reminder that your horse is “reading your mail” or in…

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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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Why does a horse rock and bob his head at a lope?

Listen in on a conversation between World Champion Western Pleasure Trainers, Cleve Wells and Cody Parrish on checkpoints to create balance and diagnose your lope to create slow, correct movement. Members to watch this video lesson in full, log into TheHorseTrainingChannel members area, and search for lesson “A Fresh Look At Training A Winning Ride…

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Create More Lift in Your Western Show Horse: Champion Training Quick Tip from Western Pleasure Champion, Shane Pope

What does a balloon have to do with creating lift & beautiful movement in your show horse? Listen in on this Western Show Horse Training Quick Tip from Champion Horse Trainer, Shane Pope to find out! This tip is great for western pleasure but I can’t think of an event it doesn’t apply to. THTC…

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Western Pleasure Quick Tip

“You can’t just ride because it’s pretty,
you can’t just ride because the sun’s shining,
you can’t ride because it is Saturday.
If you are in a competition world and you compete with your horses you ride for a reason at all times.”

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The Mindset Of World Champion Western Pleasure Trainers

Have A Mindset & Step By Step Plan To How You Will Train Your Champion Western Pleasure Horses. Champion Horse Trainers have a “why” for everything they do. The most successful have methodical thinking and a deep understanding of what they are striving to accomplish for themselves and their horses. Watch this short highlight clip…

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Overcome Disadvantages with Western Pleasure Champion Angie Cannizzaro

Congress Masters Champion Angie Cannizzerro

What does 2012 All American Congress Western Pleasure Masters Champion Angie Cannizzaro do to go compete with the big boys and overcome the disadvantages of being a girl in the Western Pleasure? She’s not behind the scenes complaining, she’s out there working! Watch the quick video below and take a peek into one of the secrets of her…

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