First Steps in Training – Assessment

First Steps in Training – Assessment

Published on December 7, 2012 by Chrissie Turner Crowe

How to assess a horse and decide which technique – or combination of techniques – would yield the best results.

Instinctive Equestrianism – Introduction

Instinctive Equestrianism – Introduction

Published on December 5, 2012 by Chrissie Turner Crowe

An introduction to a series of articles on training horses which covers all aspects of training and problems that can arise. The prime focus is that there are no set rules for training horses – every horse is different and should always be treated as an individual.

Zara Phillips Get’s a Kiss From Mum and a Silver Medal

Zara Phillips Get’s a Kiss From Mum and a Silver Medal

Published on July 31, 2012 by observer1

Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Phillips had a rare double today. She was part of a GB team that came second in an Olympic horse trials event and Mum presented the medals.

How to Feed Your Horses Right

How to Feed Your Horses Right

Published on July 31, 2012 by ishtariray

Feeding your horses is one of the emotional rewards you will get from taking care of equines especially when you hear them whinny after a much satisfied hours of munching.

Basic Rules in Horse Feeding

Basic Rules in Horse Feeding

Published on July 31, 2012 by ishtariray

As a horse owner, one of the major responsibilities you have is to feed your horse responsibly. Feeding a horse, if done improperly can be dangerous to horses.

A Kingdom for My Horse: Seeing The World on Horse-back

A Kingdom for My Horse: Seeing The World on Horse-back

Published on March 20, 2012 by dantravelwriting

Time to saddle up and ride into the sunset as you discover some of the best locations to see the world from a new perspective – on the back of a horse.

Top-notch Toplines: Working on Horse Toplines

Top-notch Toplines: Working on Horse Toplines

Published on January 26, 2012 by GDino

Is your horse’s topline an eyesore?

The Best Equestrian Training Methods

The Best Equestrian Training Methods

Published on January 11, 2012 by Obinnam

There several styles and methods of equestrian training, from rodeo to trail riding to training Olympic thorough breeds for competition. You may want to take your horse for a ride, on a trail, or to the neighbors house if you live in a rural area.

Deciding on The Best Horse Training Methods

Deciding on The Best Horse Training Methods

Published on January 11, 2012 by Obinnam

You have just bought that horse you’ve always wanted, a black stag with a shiny coat. You have admired him from a distance for some time now seeing him growing up from a stud colt to a stallion, a stallion you are determined to ride. How will you decide on the best methods of training him? Do you want to him to be a trail rider, jump in shows, or be a triathlon champion? The most common methods of horse training are dressage, cutting, barrel racing, trail riding, show jumping, reining, western pleasure, and natural horse training.

Info SEA Games : Equestrian Coach Optimistic Foreign

Info SEA Games : Equestrian Coach Optimistic Foreign

Published on November 9, 2011 by sollonk

Branch Equestrian will be played from November 16, 2011 at the Stables Arthayasa, Ashen.