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Western Stops: While encompassing various learning styles, this session goes through the steps for obtaining good stops by using aids effectively to achieve them.
This book is written as a packing course for horse or mule owners wanting to learn the skills of packing with stock. There is something for everyone, novice or experienced packers alike. The…
Abby Lengel talks with and shows us her key steps for teaching collection! Do you use the same steps? Check out Abby’s video!
Brian Bell shows us his key steps in teaching collection to a 2-year old. Check out Brian’s video!
Tom talks about why they braid their horses tails and shows you a simple way to do it.
Tom talks about the current weather conditions and how he keeps his horses warm if he works them in cold weather.
"Soft Touch" Training: For all disciplines and all levels of horse and rider, these exercises will enhance communication between horse and rider for better performance on the trail or in the…
Tom McCutcheon demonstrates how to teach a horse side passing
Special Thanks to Shorty’s Caboy Hattery!
This manual covers the use of the horse to treat individuals with disabilities and contains the essays related to intervention in occupational and physical therapy, speech and language…
Pete shows you show to blanket your horse while keeping yourself safe.
Dell answers Michelle’s question about how to be more consistent while stopping.
"Sideways" - Teaching the Side Pass and Pivot: Learn the ever elusive lateral movements by starting on the ground and then moving to exercises under saddle, using effective aids.
Do you get nervous in the pen? Tom McCutcheon has some advice on how to calm your nerves and how to show your horse. In this “Ask Tom Anything” video, Tom McCutcheon talks about the most…
Several videos on how to get started with horse, presented by USEF (U.S. Equestrian Federation), including: Basic Horse Anatomy, with Dr. Liz Barrett; Your First Riding Lesson, with Elaine…
A take-home application of saddle fit principals for both horse and rider with a focus on adaptation for group riding programs. "Hands-on" process using western saddles.
Emily Moylan of TMRH shows us how she organizes the paperbook for horse shows and what you’ll need.
Tom shows you easy steps to getting on your horse while maintaining control.
This Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) video will help to explain some terminology in English riding over fences that we hear quite often - two point, half seat, etc.
Fire Building, Highline Picket, Packing Diamond Hitch, Knots & Knot Tying, Hobbling
Learn about Insurance for the Private Horse Owner and the Equine Professionale
Ted Turner talks about what he looks for in a halter horse.
Have you ever wanted to go back in time and take your skills and knowledge you have now and apply them to a horse from your past? Well, that’s what Tom McCutcheon talks with us about in…
Special Thanks to Shorty’s Caboy Hattery!
Find out more about the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) and how it can benefit you as an equestrian.
Improve your riding at home for less than the cost of a riding lesson. This is an instructional audio set, available in cassettes or CDs including two lessons to listen to at home or in the…
Jimmy van der Hoeven explains how he determines when his 2 year olds are ready to add speed to their circles and rundowns.
A 6 ½ minute video on how to start turnarounds with young horses
Mirjam answers Rhonda’s question about how to keep her horse from cutting in while lunging.
Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) and Pyranha, Inc. bring you How To Introduce Your Horse to Fly Spray Safely with Teresa Kackert
Tom goes over how to properly secure your cinch.
Using Arena Equipment to Challenge all Levels: Teaching a solid group lesson is important, especially if you have a variety of riding levels within one class. Specific exercises will be…
Daivd Dellin, the Director of Judges for APHA, gives educational tips on showmanship.
We caught up with Jason Vanlandingham at his place in Texas for a set of training videos. Jason talks about and shows how he teaches lead changes in this video.
How-To Mount a Horse Video: by the Certified Horsemanship Association
Using Arena Equipment to Challenge all Levels: Teaching a solid group lesson is important, especially if you have a variety of riding levels within one class.
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