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Clinicians Articles and Videos

{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Ken McNabb Spookiness Ken McNabb with Katherine Lindsey Meehan There are two reasons a horse will be spooky: Young & inexperienced or older & looking for release from what he is doing. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Lynn Palm Forward, Straight & Balanced, Part 3 Lynn Palm Some riders wonder how a horse can be “straight” on a curve. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Julie Goodnight Julie’s Pet Peeve: Halters on at Turnout Time Julie Goodnight Horsemanship Training, pasture, halters Turned loose in a halter, a horse may snag the halter on something and be stuck. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Ken McNabb Loping With Confidence Ken McNabb with Katherine Lindsey Meehan When you are first teaching a young horse to carry a rider at the lope, you want him to learn to be relaxed and confident. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Lynn Palm Forward, Straight & Balanced, Part 2 Lynn Palm It is essential that a horse be balanced to maximize his athleticism and do what you ask of him. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Ken McNabb Horsemanship Rider Positions: Posture, Posture, Posture Ken McNabb with Katherine Lindsay Meehan This month Ken and Lindsey cover a fun exercise that will improve your riding and confidence in the saddle. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Richard Winters Improving Your Horsemanship Richard Winters Taking lessons, having a horsemanship mentor or participating in a clinic are all great ways to advance. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Charles Wilhelm Horses That Spook Easily Charles Wilhelm Sometimes horses appear to spook at nothing. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Ken McNabb Saddling Tips Ken McNabb with Katherine Lindsey Meehan Ken covers saddling tips including safety, adjustments, fit, and position. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Lynn Palm Forward + Straight = Balanced Lynn Palm Every horse should be forward, straight, and balanced. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Jenny Rolfe BREATHE INTO YOUR TRANSITIONS Jenny Rolfe It will be beneficial when you first sit in the saddle to take a few moments to check your posture from top to toe. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Jenny Rolfe Top to Toe Awareness for the Rider - With Exercises Jenny Rolfe Postural techniques will help to show how breathing will support the essence of good posture and have a profound influence on the whole body. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Richard Winters Hobbling Your Horse Richard Winters Putting on a set of hobbles often quiets everything down and defuses a situation. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Ken McNabb Stallion Manners Ken McNabb with Katherine Lindsey Meehan This month, Ken discusses simple exercises for establishing respect and control when you are leading your stallion in any situation. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Jenny Rolfe The Importance of Self Awareness Jenny Rolfe nny looks further at building self awareness so that you can learn a deeper way to communicate with all horses, whatever their breed or type. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Charles Wilhelm The Importance of Collection Charles Wilhelm Collection is achieved through solid, systematic foundation training and that is something that everyone really can do with their horse. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Ken McNabb Foundation for Collection Ken McNabb with Katherine Lindsey Meehan Learn to teach your horse to soften his face and stop and back up on one rein while staying soft in the bridle Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Jenny Rolfe BREATHE LIFE INTO YOUR RIDING Jenny Rolfe When we are fully aware of our thoughts, body language and breathing, we can communicate with the horse in a most profound way, connecting with his world. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Ken McNabb Softening to the Bit Ken McNabb with Katherine Lindsey Meehan Teaching your horse to soften to the bit is a foundation exercise that you will use to build up to all other aspects of your training. Read More
{node-type}Editorial{/node-type} Round Pen Reasoning Richard Winters Any time we work with our horse, it’s important to have an objective and be able to clearly communicate our ideas in a way that our horses can understand. Read More
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