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.
Verena Mahin talks about what makes good hands, and the role position and contact play in achieving true contact.
Tonya Johnston give a member step by step tips to overcome warm up ring anxiety.
Julie Winkel shares her favorite exercise to help a horse who changes leads in front but not with their hind end.
Fitness expert, Robin Martinez, shows us her top two strength exercises using only body weight.
Scholarship recipient, Stephanie Nagler, shares her story and her top ten list of things she learned at Bernie's private workshop.
Rob Gage shares exercises to help a member stop her horse from getting strong and running after the jumps.
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.
Barn management expert, Nicole Lakin, shares tips on how to improve communication between grooms, trainers, and barn managers.
Cynthia Martinez, co-founder of Equine Exchange, shares 10 of the "Must-Haves" when buying a horse.
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.