Cori offers her favorite exercises on the flat to help riders get used to regrouping their horses after a line.
Amanda Garner, IEA steward and author, explains what the Interscholastic Equestrian Association is and how high school hunter/jumper and reining riders can get involved in this organization.
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.
Cori tells us how an exercise she calls "stop spots" can be used to teach a beginner rider to stop and steer their mounts.
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.
Fitness expert, Robin Martinez, shows us how to stay fit when the weather is keeping us indoors.
A member asks if a light seat or deep seat is best for equitation classes.
Julie Winkle discusses pigeon-toed conformation and what it means for your horse.
Julie Winkel helps a member who struggles to keep her young warmblood's attention when she rides.
Linda Allen outlines some exercises and general principles when working in a small arena.
Verena Mahin offers a member suggestions on how she can develop her Holsteiner's topline.
Julie Winkel shares the system, symbols, and reasoning behind how a judge scores your round at a horse show.
Geoff Teall answers a series of questions from a member on draw reins.
Julie Winkel puts her judge's hat on once again to answer a member's question on how to correctly show a horse in-hand.