Musculo-skeletal development of the horse
A horse in self carriage is a remarkable feeling. But it takes more than good training for your horse to achieve self carriage…
Do you know the reason we teach our horses to back up?
Are you struggling to get your canter established?
When your horse is fitter, stronger and more powerful than you, what can you do?
Is walking really boring? Here are some reasons to reconsider.
Do you think your horse is an automatic athlete?
Is your horses lame from poor riding?
What is riding on the bit and why do so many of us struggle with it?
Do you know the real secret of placing your horse in a square halt?
Have you ever thought about what the judges are actually marking you on?
Head tossing can be difficult to ride and scary for newer riders.
If your horse is regularly stumbling, here are 6 reasons why it could be happening.
Does your horse work in self carriage or workss at evading it?
Ever thought your horse was too old to work? Here are some reasons to reconsider…
Katie explains how stress can increase your horses performance- when done correctly.
Horses, very much like people, develop "crooked" - a preference to utilise one side of the body over the other. So why should we train for straightness?