6 Easy Steps to Post On A Horse

6 Easy Steps to Post On A Horse

If you are new to trotting a horse, you will notice how bouncy and uncomfortable the experience can be. Yet, horseback riding should be enjoyable for both you and your equine pal. One way to … Read more

2 Ways to Teach a Horse to Bow

Getting your horse to perform some tricks is one of the most fun aspects of owning an equine pal. The bow is a great trick to start your horsy on; it is relatively easy, and … Read more

5 Tips to Lunge a Horse

5 Tips to Lunge a Horse

Once you have a horse, it goes without question that animal requires your time, energy, and dedication. Proper nutrition, living conditions, and a stress-free environment are crucial for equine well-being, but so is regular physical … Read more

11 Tips to Train a Horse

11 Tips to Train a Horse

Once you develop essential riding skills, you will be up for many enjoyable moments on your horse after primary training. The good news is that horses are highly intelligent animals, so teaching them how to behave … Read more

6 Easy Steps to Break a Horse

6 Easy Steps to Break a Horse

Once you get a horse, you probably want to ride it and create a mutual bond. However, an unbroken horse won’t allow you to saddle it, so mounting such an animal is out of the … Read more

6 Easy Steps to Lead A Horse

6 Easy Steps to Lead A Horse

Every rider dreams of calmly walking their horse without any pulling, dragging, or crowding. The good news is you can train your horse to lead politely. Leading will simplify a lot of things for you … Read more

11 Tips to Stop A Horse

11 Tips to Stop A Horse

Asking for a halt is one of the first movements you will learn when new to horseback riding. Like every other cue, you will need to use your body and voice. But first and foremost, … Read more

10 Tips to Stop A Horse From Bucking

10 Tips to Stop A Horse From Bucking

Riding a horse is a thrilling experience, but things can get scary quickly when your sweet, handsome stallion starts bucking. Horses buck for many reasons, including feeling ticklish, irritation from ill-fitting tack, poor groundwork training, … Read more