After attending the CP National Horse Show, George Morris, the master of style takes exception to how juniors change position between hunters and equitation.
Jim Wofford gives a member exercises on the flat to get her horse to stop falling to the left with his shoulder.
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.
Rob Gage shares exercises to help a member stop her horse from getting strong and running after the jumps.
Geoff Teall shares his training philosophies with a member whose hunter horse likes light contact and often gets behind the bit.
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.
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.
Bernie shares some insight on what may be causing a member's TB from kicking out at the trot and canter.
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.
Linda Allen suggests exercises a member can use to improve her mare's bascule over a fence.
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.
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.
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.