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December 6, 2017
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7 Facts You Didn’t Know About Saddle Girths for Horses

7 Facts You Didn’t Know About Saddle Girths for Horses
This video is short and sweet! Even after riding for what feels like a hundred years, I didn’t know some of these. So for the safety and well being of your horse give it a quick watch.
Saddle girths have evolved as much as saddles over the past decade. Understanding the comfort of the horse, need for increased mobility and the impact girths have on ulcers have all led for the quest to find the perfect way to keep a saddle on. With many different variations it allows riders for the opportunity to shop around the shape and size of your girth to best suit each individual horse.
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November 29, 2017
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Saddle Slip Quick Fix With Randi Thompson

Saddle Slip Quick Fix With Randi Thompson
Most riders know the feeling of looking down and seeing that the pommel of the saddle has shifted over to one side of the horse’s withers. Especially on circles and curves. This shifting saddle could be happening for many reasons. It could be because of how your horse is carrying you, a saddle not fitting the horse or rider right, or more likely than not, this is how you have been balancing your riding position in the saddle for a long time. You put more of your weight into one side of your riding position then the other. The good news is that this is a common riding challenge that you can focus on any time you ride. Warning. You will feel like you are out of balance when you first practice this Horse and Rider Awareness exercise. That is how out of balance your riding position really is.

You can watch more of Randi Thompson’s videos in our Training Level and First Level Playlists. You can also find her on her own YouTube Channel

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Randi Thompson also has two super awesome equestrian websites:
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How to Market Your Horse Business http://htmyhb.com

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November 22, 2017
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Show Jumping Legend George Morris Riding a Grand Prix Dressage Horse

Show Jumping Legend George Morris Riding a Grand Prix Dressage Horse
George Morris is a legend in the world of show jumping. Known for his attention to detail and his adamant opinion that the flat work or dressage work is what truly makes a good show jumper. In this video George Morris takes Catherine Haddad’s Grand Prix dressage horse Winyamaro for a spin. Not only does he rock the piaffe and passage work, he nails the one tempis. Which, let me tell you my friends, if you have never ridden the ones, this is not an easy task when you have never ridden the horse before. So keeping to his acclaimed status as a riding legend George Morris once again shows us just how awesome he really is in this short but fun video!

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November 15, 2017
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Lainey Ashker: The Step By Step Mechanic’s of Getting a Horse On the Bit

Lainey Ashker: The Step By Step Mechanic’s of Getting a Horse On the Bit
Lainey Ashker is not only an awesome 3 Day Event rider but did you know she is also an FEI dressage rider! Equestrian athletic crossover at it’s finest!
In this video Lainey Ashker is talking about throughness in your horse and essential the mechanics of how to get your horse on the bit and round.
Included in this video is a diagram that she originally posted to her Facebook, to help give you a better visual of what she is talking about.
This video is another awesome super fan submission!
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November 10, 2017
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Charlotte Dujardin: The Importance of Hacking and Cross Training The Dressage Horse

Charlotte Dujardin: The Importance of Hacking and Cross Training The Dressage Horse
Watch British Olympic Gold Medalist and world record holder Charlotte Dujardin give a masterclass in dressage, alongside Robert Dover in Central Park New York.

In this video Charlotte Dujardin chats about her complete training program with her horses, how many days a week she schools in the arena and how many days a week she hacks her horses or goes on a trail ride or just does something completely different like cavaletti work, this enables the horse to have a mental and physical break from the demands of training and helps promote a style of cross training that encourages healthy muscle development and more well rounded athlete.

How do you cross train?

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