Bernie gives a clinic participant advice on how to avoid having her horse stop at the jump by improving the circle she does before she starts her course.
Bernie emphasizes why continued lunging without stirrups can help a rider learn to relax their hips and sink into the horse so they can follow the motion of the canter.
Bernie shares techniques on what to do when your horse stops at a jump. He offers advice for a horse that does this out of bad habit and for a green horse unfamiliar with a new jump.
Advice to help a 4-year old Thoroughbred who speeds up and rushes through the corners at the canter on the flat.
Bernie answers a member's question on how to correctly position his leg so it stops swinging.
Bernie discusses how proper use of your rein and leg aids can keep a horse from getting disunited at the canter.
Bernie talks about the Thoroughbred Idle Dice, a horse he had a very special relationship with.
Bernie outlines some tips you need to know when considering a career purchasing and selling Thoroughbreds.
Bernie lends his advice on how much jumping a 5-year old horse should do each week.
Bernie shares an exercise for a member who asked for help encouraging her jumper to be more careful with its front end at verticals.
Help for a horse who regularly puts it's tongue over the bit.
Bernie gives a member advice on how to condition her TB to help him strengthen his back muscles.
Bernie gives a member advice on how to lighten her horse who gets heavy on the forehand when jumping.
Bernie gives advice to member who a asked how to get her warmblood, who swishes his tail in canter transitions, to be more prompt off her leg.
Bernie gives advice to a member who's sensitive Thoroughbred continually swaps leads every time they go to to the left.
Bernie shares his technique to encourage a horse to shift their balance from their forehand to their hind quarters.
Bernie gives a member advice on how to train her horse over a liverpool and water jump at home in preparation for a horse show.
Bernie discusses how a rider's toe angle affects their ability to use their leg correctly and what the ideal toe angle in the stirrup should be.
Bernie gives advice to a member who's horse cross canters when she lunges him.
Bernie tells us what system he uses for rider/trainer communication at his clinics.