Trot-Canter Cavalletti Challenge
Olympian Ingrid Klimke is known for her positive horse training techniques, as well as her remarkable success in international competition. In this exercise from her forthcoming book TRAINING HORSES THE INGRID KLIMKE WAY, she provides a terrific challenge for the horse and rider who have mastered regular cavalletti work. See if you are up to…
Fun With Ground Poles Clinic Shakes Up Winter Riding Routine - Carpe Diem Equestrian Training
Wisconsin winter is here! Luckily the brutal cold and snow has not graced us with its presence, it is definitely soggy outside. Which only means one thing…indoor arena work. A lot can be accomplished when you are stuck inside but we allRead more
Mixing and matching your training
By Jenny Richardson BHSAI To produce a strong partnership between horse and rider, there are many exercises to help with obedience and balance. Groundwork is the foundation for all good competition horses at any level, and in any discipline. Pole work plays an important part of your production of the horse, and should be …
What’s in Your Ring? Presented by Attwood: Jumping Indoors with Babette Lenna - Eventing Nation - Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary
What’s in Your Ring? is an EN series sponsored by Attwood Equestrian Surfaces in which riders share their favorite jumping exercises. It’s easy to get stuck in a training rut, and we hope this will
Improve Your Horse’s Rideability
Top equitation and hunter/jumper trainer Frank Madden shares an exercise to increase adjustability and responsiveness for smoother rounds.
Time for the Hourglass: Part 1
In the first section of our two-part series, top hunter/equitation coach Michael Dowling shares a creative jumping exercise for tuning up your position and track-riding skills.
Thirty-minute flatwork exercises | Schooling plans | Horse&Rider Magazine
Sometimes planning and executing an effective schooling session can feel like a mission, Horse&Rider has designed some great 30-minute schooling plans here.
Grid Pro Quo with Phillip Dutton
The USEA is a non-profit 501(c)(3), educational organization committed to providing eventing enthusiasts with a competitive level suited to their individual skills. By assisting and educating competitors, event organizers and officials; maintaining responsible safety standards; and registering qualified competitions and clinics, the USEA offers a strong and continuous training opportunity for an ever-expanding field of world-class competitors. Just as importantly, the USEA provides a means…