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  • Correcting a Horse That Rears

    Rearing is a very dangerous situation for both horse and rider, and if left uncorrected it's a problem that only gets worse. This guide will help you correct a horse that rears.

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  • One Rein Stops

    Few riding experiences are as frightening as being on a thousand pound animal running out of control, but learning a simple exercise and preparing yourself for the unexpected can boost your confidence and put you in control of any situation.

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  • A Good Gas Pedal

    It's important that your horse moves forward at the speed and gait you ask--walk, trot and canter. Here are 4 tips on how to give your horse a good gas pedal.

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  • Help Your Horse when He’s Spooked

    Having a fail-safe approach to handling a spook and remaining in control of the situation will make the incident a minor inconvenience rather than a ride-ruiner.

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  • Take the Worry Away from Fly Spray

    Help your horse overcome his fear of fly spray with these steps.

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  • Troubleshoot: Yield the Forequarters

    Here is what can go wrong when you first teach a horse how to yield the forequarters exercise and fixes for each.

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  • Tying a Horse Up Correctly

    When tying your horse up, safety should be your biggest concern.

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  • Young Horse Development

    Learn more about horse training and young horse development from Clinton Anderson. Gain tips and insights with our step-by-step guides and how to articles.

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