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Horse Training Tips - Partial Disengagement For Relaxation While Riding

Every time a horse speeds up when you don’t want him to, use one rein rather than two to slow him down or stop him by partially disengaging the hindquarters.

Horse Training Tips – How to Ride Like a Leader :: Parelli Natural Horse Training

Horse Training Tips – How to Ride Like a Leader :: Parelli Natural Horse…

Improve Every Moment with Your Horse Using this Simple Technique

Improve Every Moment With Your Horse Using This Simple Technique - Soulful Equine®

Follow these tips when looking to buy a horse.

I cannot stress enough how beneficial Vet Exams are for purchasing a horse. Whether it be a yard ornament or your next cross country team mate.

The horse can feel a fly land on him...

Remember the wisdome of Ray Hunt and of Bill and Tom Dorrance the source - a legacy of lengends

Keep Him Honest! Is your horse calling the shots in the show pen? A multiple world champion tells how to correct and prevent this frustrating behavior plus improve the overall longevity of your show horse.  By Jason Martin With Alana Harrison Photographs By Alana Harrison - See more at: http://horseandrider.com/article/keephimhonest-26159#sthash.BiYtTgTN.dpuf

Is your horse calling the shots in the show pen? A multiple world champion tells how to correct and prevent this frustrating behavior plus improve the overall longevity of your show horse.

Teach Your Horse to Soften to the Bit from Horse&Rider | Horse&Rider

Teach Your Horse to Soften to the Bit- great article advice on softening, Ill have to give this a try.

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…

Ride Forward :: Parelli Natural Horse Training

Using Horsenality™ To Match Energy -by Linda Parelli This article was originally published in the April 2012 issue of Savvy Times magazine. Recent back-issues of Savvy Times are available for.

Downunder Horsemanship | Training Tip of the Week: Be realistic of an older horse’s capabilities

Clinton Anderson Training Tip of the Week: Be realistic of an older horse’s capabilities

Understanding what it really means when the horse is 'on the bit' is probably the most important thing you can learn about riding.

EXCELLENT article explaining proper engagement from behind and how to recognize engagement. For all of you Totilas lovers, even if he is beautiful, the author uses him as a poor example of engagement. Finally, (What Does 'On The Bit' Really Mean?

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