Developing a True Connection with Your Horse: Part 1

Liberty Work: Part 1 by Alice Trindle   The pursuit of developing a true and willing relationship between a horse and their human is thankfully becoming the foundational goal of many. To connect with another living, breathing, thinking being that has four-legs and is so much larger than us, becomes not …

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A Jiggy Problem

Retraining an Annoying Habit by Kim Roe   Many riders have experienced the annoyance of a horse who “jigs” by taking small, tense trot steps. The horse refuses to walk and may sway his hips from side to side. Jigging may be accompanied by head tossing, pulling, tongue and mouth problems, and …

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The Horse that Paws

How to Solve This Common (and Annoying) Problem by Raye Lochert   Everywhere I go I often hear the same question: “How do I get my horse to stop pawing?” Horses paw in all sorts of places including the trailer, outside the trailer, at the tie rail, and in the stall. They …

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Horse Problems

Horseman Clinton Anderson explains From Colt Starting to Well-Trained Horse

Symptoms Of A Cause By Clinton Anderson   The majority of horse “problems” aren’t really problems at all; they are really just symptoms of a cause. Ninety-five percent of all the problems you will ever have to deal with as a horse owner will fix themselves if you do the groundwork …

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