Nicole Lakin, of BarnManager.com, answers a member's question on how to turn a barn into a business.
Linda Allen clarifies the correct measurements for gymnastic lines and poles on the ground.
Julie Winkel talks about the importance of teaching novice riders good basics before they learn how to get a horse on the bit.
Geoff Teall shares his thoughts on how to encourage a quick Thoroughbred to slow down before a jump.
Linda Allen helps out an amateur rider who has picked up some bad habits due to her lack of confidence with distances.
Julie Winkel answers a member's question on often she should jump her Thoroughbred horse.
Geoff Teall shares his training philosophies with a member whose hunter horse likes light contact and often gets behind the bit.
Julie Winkel shares her philosophies on when to use and how to fit various nosebands and martingales.
Linda Allen discusses why riders often fall off their horses, tips to prevent it, and how to overcome inevitable falls.
Julie shares her favorite exercises to encourage a hunter to be soft and light on their front end.
Jim Wofford shares his philosophies and exercises on training an OTTB.
Bernie gives a member bit suggestions and exercises to help her mare who dislikes rein contact.
Geoff Teall helps clarify what type of release (short, long, crest, or automatic) is appropriate for a lower level rider.
Linda Allen gives a member suggestions on how to encourage his horse to stop jumping to the right over jumps.
Geoff Teall gives a member exercises and tips on how to break the habit of throwing her leg forward in the air over the jump.
Julie Winkel discusses how the second round in a Hunter Derby is judged.
Linda Allen offers suggestions on how to manage a jumper to help him peak at the right time.
Julie Winkel gives a member tips on how to get her horse to stretch in a hunter frame.
Jim Wofford and Olivia Loiacono describe how to handle a situation where a horse spooks and resists when jumping or going near something they are afraid of.
Julie Winkel explains how to get on and off your horse from the ground if asked to do so in a equitation class.