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.
Marnye Langer of LEGISequine.com and Linda Allen discuss liability issues of jumping unsupervised by your trainer.
Linda Allen suggests exercises a member can use to improve her mare's bascule over a fence.
Linda Allen and Olivia Loiacono share their thoughts on how to keep a young horse's focus when they get boisterous on the lunge line.
Linda Allen and Julie Winkel discuss if a horse's temperament and/or rideability is affected by their gender.
Linda Allen gives a member advice on how to handle her mare who is great at home but gets very nervous and fresh at horse shows, especially in under saddle classes.
Several of our Expert Panel Members offer advice on how to get a young mare to collect the canter.
Linda Allen provides examples of daily routines to keep your horse healthy, happy, sound and fit.
Becca had a question as to why her horse is running out on her. Linda explains that it is a steering problem and "keeping it simple" is the best way to communicate effectively with your horse.