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Naughty Warmblood Dressage Horse Meets Cowboy – The Transformation Is Beautiful! – The Horseaholic

It features a dressage horse that the owner described as a very naughty boy.

Anky and Salinero. The link goes to an article "The Challenges of Straightening a Horse"

The Challenges of Straightening a Horse. Sandy Osborn explains this lesson that she wished she had learned sooner.

Using Leg Yielding to Help Your Dressage Horse Canter on the Correct Lead

Using Leg Yielding to Help Your Dressage Horse Canter on the Correct Lead.Teach Pixie to canter off the correct lead both sides and to leg yield at trot.

"How is your counter canter doing? Are you able to keep your horse in balance as you ride it? What did you learn about the counter canter after watching this video?

"How is your counter canter doing? What did you learn about the counter canter after watching this video?

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Great info on snaffle bits. I makes me crazy when people call all jointed bits snaffles like a "tom thumb snaffle". This infographic mentions how curb and snaffle bits use different types of pressure

[INFOGRAPHIC] Equine Allergies - Learn more about allergic reactions in horses with this step-by-step visual guide, brought to you by TheHorse.com and @Platinum Performance  #horses #horsehealth #allergies

Infographic: Equine Allergies

[INFOGRAPHIC] Equine Allergies - Learn more about allergic reactions in horses with this step-by-step visual guide.

What to do with a horse that loses its mind at a show

What to do with a horse that loses its mind at a show

Master Horseman/Classical Dressage Trainer Will Faerber demonstrates how to encourage your horse to raise its back, engage its hind end and "get connected." Will shows new students the beginning stages of stretching exercises to help horses seek contact with the bit, raise its back, relax, become rhythmic, and "step under" thereby creating the s...

Master Horseman/Classical Dressage Trainer Will Faerber demonstrates how to encourage your horse to raise its back, engage its hind end and "get horses s, become rhythmic, and "step under"

"It;s time to change our balance! 1st Level Dressage Canters. Working, lengthening. Transitions to Trot...."

"Would you like to improve the quality of your canter for dressage? (or in any riding discipline that requires a balanced horse) Now you can watch how this r.

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