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.
Fitness and nutrition expert Robin Martinez shares exercises to counteract strength imbalances in the legs and hips.
Michael Dowling gives some suggestions on how to familiarize yourself with a new horse in a hurry when catch riding.
Jim Wofford shares gymnastic and flatwork exercises to help a member encourage her horse to be lighter on the forehand at the canter and over jumps.
Tonya and Bernie give a member advice on how to prepare both mentally and physically before she gets back in the tack after an injury.
Bernie clarifies for a member the three points of leg contact a rider should have on a horse.
Julie Winkel puts on her judge's hat to help a member who wants to know the best moment to change to the counter lead or trot a jump in equitation work-offs.
Jim Wofford explains how to train a young OTTB on the flat for three-day eventing so they are ready for the dressage phase.
Peter Wylde shares his thoughts on what releases are best for equitation riders moving up the ranks into the medal classes.
Bernie gives a member advice on how to build up his confidence over taller jumps.
Julie Winkel and Geoff Teall share insight as to why a member's Thoroughbred gets stiff on the left side of his mouth and offer exercises on the flat to improve this common issue.
Bernie gives a member advice on how to keep her pony straight and stop him from swapping leads before jumps.
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.
Verena Mahin offers advice to help teach a horse to stay supple and not anticipate the final halt down the centerline in a dressage test.
Bernie and Robin share some tips to help a rider learn to use their hands and legs equally.
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.