Hunter/Jumper/Equitation Judge, Julie Winkel, gives a member ideas on how to encourage her horse to get more comfortable with the first jump in the show ring.
Jim Wofford and Linda Allen share exercises to encourage a member's young, lanky OTTB to improve his form over jumps.
Geoff Teall discusses the importance of a cluck when getting your horse to go forward and listen to your leg.
Julie Winkel shares tips from the judge's box on how to make a good first impression with the judge. 🙈
Verena Mahin tells us how to motivate your horse to move forward and be more rhythmical at the trot.
Verena Mahin gives a member tips to improve the free walk on her horses.
Bernie offers tips on how to train a horse to stay balanced, and not run through the corner after a jump.
Bernie gives a member advice who struggles, because of his conformation, to keep both weight in his stirrups and contact with his horse's sides.
Bernie offers a member some advice when wrapping a horse's foot for an abscess.
Jim Wofford, Denny Emerson, and Bernie Traurig talk about working with a "hot" horse.
Farrier, Blair Cooper, discusses common causes for quarter cracks in a horse's hoof and suggestions to help prevent them.
Marnye Langer of LEGISequine.com and Linda Allen discuss liability issues of jumping unsupervised by your trainer.
Bernie offers his popular video topic "Bits and Bitting" for free to help riders decide which bit is best for their horse.
Linda Allen suggests exercises a member can use to improve her mare's bascule over a fence.
Geoff Teall helps a member who is finding it hard to get her mare to turn (the neck goes but the body doesn't follow).
Bernie gives a member advice on how to enhance her mare's suppleness, with the goal of making her more even on both sides.
Bernie gives a member suggestions on how to teach her students to both see and feel the correct diagonal at the posting trot.
Get the inside scoop from the judge’s box! Julie Winkel, renowned judge, trainer and clinician, tells us what judges look for in the under saddle classes.
Bernie gives a member an exercise to help her stop pulling on her horse's mouth 1-3 strides out from the jump.
Verena Mahin explains how supporting your horse in any way you can, without holding or gripping, is the art of true connection and perfect balance.