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4 Fences 7 Ways
How to make the most out of limited practice jumps.

English Horse Training - Showing A-Circuit Hunters
Four tips to get you on your way to the blue ribbon.

Baby Green Blues
Avoid performance pitfalls with your young sporthorse. Top pros reveal their secrets.

English Horse Training - Canter Transition Troubleshooting
Five exercises to develop your green horse's balance in the canter.

Hunter-Jumper - After-the-Fence Fix
An exercise for horses that get off-balance after a jump.

Horsemanship How-to: Stop Your Horse from Bucking or Playing After a Jump
Learn how to curb this undesirable and potentially dangerous behavior.

English Horse Training - Cavalletti for Dressage and Jumping
Your dressage horse, hunter or jumper can reap the benefits of this classic training method with these easy-to-follow exercises.

English Horse Training - Jumping Cross-Country Obstacles
These three cross-country obstacles aren't so scary with advice from an Advanced-level eventer.

Ask the Expert: Finding the Right Distance
A hunter judge and equestrian coach explains how to get the right distance when jumping your horse.

Video: Great Grids
Improve your horse's jumping with these grid exercises.

English Horse Training - Gallop and Hand Gallop
Ride the hand gallop and gallop in good form.

English Horse Training - Perfecting the Posting Trot
Fine-tune your position at the rising trot, and fix six major flaws for both hunt seat and dressage riders.

Horsemanship How-to: Post the Trot
Develop your seat and strengthen your leg to perfect your posting trot.

Positioned for Success
Trainer and judge Julie Winkel offers solutions for three common hunter and jumper position problems.

Scorecard Secrets
A judge's insights demystify seemingly subjective hunter rounds.

Have a Seat
Learn the four seats of effective hunter/jumper riders.

English Horse Training - 9 Tips for Better Jumping with Your Horse
Common rules the beginning jumper should know.

English Horse Training - Longe Away Tension
If the rider's body is not supple enough to communicate properly with the horse, then it can lead to a reduction in performance.

Hunter-Jumper - How Do I Relax Over Jumps?
Learn how to gain confidence in your ability to stay with your horse in the air.

English Horse Training - Rolex
Each year, top horse and rider combinations meet in Kentucky for the annual Rolex Three-Day Event.

Horsemanship How-to: Sit the Canter Comfortably
Here are some tips for getting a smooth ride at the canter.

Sitting Trot
Learn the secrets of sitting trot, from dressage and hunt seat experts.

English Horse Training - Hunter Bit Decision
A snaffle, particularly the D-ring variety, is the traditional bit for hunters. But what if your horse doesn???t go well in a snaffle? Is a pelham ever a good choice?

Start 'em up
Know when to start serious training with your sport horse prospect.

English Horse Training - Stop Jumping Refusals
How to remedy refusals and run-outs.

Switching from Western to English
Advice for a rider on moving from western riding to jumping.

Win Hunter Flat Classes
School these exercises at home to get in the ribbons in your hunter under saddle classes.

Meet Sidesaddle Champ Susan Oakes
There is no limit to what the sidesaddle jumping world record holder hopes to accomplish.

Building Jump Standards
Make jumps at home with a few simple tools.

How to Braid a Horse's Mane for Hunter Competition
Beautify your hunter with this step-by-step mane braiding guide.

How to Braid a Horse's Tail for Hunter Competition
Get top tails for show hunters with step-by-step tail braiding tips.

Pin the Perfect Stride
Practice adjusting your horse's canter stride on the flat with the pinwheel exercise.

Improve Your Rollback Turns
Jumper and equitation trainer Greg Prince offers advice with his wagon wheel exercise.

Show Nerves: Fixing the Fear Factor
Follow this expert advice to help you relax in the show-ring.

Show Solutions: How to Show Your Baby Hunter
Hunter Breeding Classes Give Your Youngster Show Experience, Plus They???re a Lot of Fun

Horse Show Solutions: Improve your Hunt Seat Equitation
A top judge shares what she looks for in the show arena

Sitting Trot in Style
Improve your hunt seat equitation with advice from USEF judge, Liz Adler.

Tall Boots
We???ve called upon boot experts to explain the finer points of finding the perfect fit.

Question of the Week - Breaking in new riding boots
Here's what to do--and what not to do--to break in your new field boots.

Question of the Week: Pony in the Hunter Ring
Can my pony be competitive against horses in hunter classes?

Teaching Lead Changes
How do I teach my horse to do flying lead changes?

Question of the Week: My horse won't jump in both directions
Why does my horse always refuse jumps in one direction?

Hoof Care and Lameness - Protective Legwear
Using protective legwear is a smart and easy way to protect your horse's legs from bumps, bangs and strains.

U.S. show jumping team moves into silver medal position at the World Equestrian Games.
American Beezie Madden currently stands in second behind local favorite Patrice Delaveau.

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