Geoff Teall and Linda Allen explain why a horse may buck or play after a jump when leg is applied and share exercises to work through this common problem.
Linda Allen gives some insight into why a horse may feel differently on one canter lead than the other.
Linda Allen explains how to develop a "feel" for what your horse needs to work on when riding.
Linda Allen explains how track, pace, and balance are often more important when it comes to finding the right take-off spot to various types of jumps.
Linda Allen shares exercises on the flat to help a Thoroughbred that is great at the trot but gets unbalanced and on the forehand in the canter.
Linda Allen discusses the factors that go into determining what height a young horse should jump.
Linda Allen shares her insight on how a horse’s jumping form can cause muscle soreness.
Linda Allen shares her insight as to why a horse might shake its head on an approach to a jump and how to fix this issue.
Linda Allen shares her philosophy on how to train a green thoroughbred who gets unbalanced and hot when cantering, especially when poles and jumps are introduced.
Linda Allen advises a member on how she can acquire the "tools" she needs to set her horse up to handle anything a course might ask.
Linda Allen explains the reasons why green horses and trained horses may have too much "hang time" over a fence and gives us some tips to fix it.
Linda Allen clarifies the correct measurements for gymnastic lines and poles on the ground.
Linda Allen helps out an amateur rider who has picked up some bad habits due to her lack of confidence with distances.
Linda Allen discusses why riders often fall off their horses, tips to prevent it, and how to overcome inevitable falls.
Linda Allen gives a member suggestions on how to encourage his horse to stop jumping to the right over jumps.
Linda Allen offers suggestions on how to manage a jumper to help him peak at the right time.
Linda Allen outlines some exercises and general principles when working in a small arena.
Jim Wofford and Linda Allen give a member advice on how to keep her horse's stride from getting too long when on the approach to a jump in a two-point position.
Linda Allen talks about the factors that enable a horse and rider to move up a division to bigger jumps.
Jim Wofford and Linda Allen share exercises to encourage a member's young, lanky OTTB to improve his form over jumps.