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A good posture is important for the horse – even when we are not riding

Does a good posture only apply to the rider? Or does it also make a difference whether the horse...

Event rider: How to introduce your horse to jumping in the terrain

Event rider Cecilie Eriksen is an experienced rider, when it comes to knowing how ride in the terrain. When...

10 tips: How to work with and train your youngster and be succesful

If you are lucky enough to be the owner of a youngster, there is a lot of training that...

Avoid these neck positions if you want to ensure your horse’s movement

In order for the horse to move efficiently and with a good flow, it must be allowed to position...

Teach your horse to turn on a dime on the jumping course

Quick turns on the jumping course can be challenging. In addition to being able to fly flawlessly through the...

Top rider Anna Blomgren-Rogers: It motivates me to motivate the horse

Swedish Grand Prix rider Anna Blomgren-Rogers sees motivation and confidence as the two most important cornerstones of the success...

Claus Toftgaard: “Modern riding horses deserve better”

Meet a true advocate for horses - Claus Toftgaard. New impulses are constantly emerging in equestrian sports. Impulses that...

Readers´ tips: How to get the outdoor arena free of water

Would you also like to avoid that your ride on the outdoor arena turns into a swim? In other...

Expert: Impossible to achieve proper collection just by pulling the reins

Collecting the horse is a journey that begins as soon as we start training the horse. According to internationally...

Study: Why half pads underneath the saddle can be effective

Are you using a half-pad underneath the saddle when riding your horse? Reasearch indicates that this might be a good idea.

Veterinarian: Creating a strong and durable horse – 3 things to focus on

The horse was born to live out in the open. That´s why, it´s built to be an amazing athlete....

Flatwork: The idea behind inside leg to outside rein

"Inside leg to outside rein!" It's a bit like putting on an old, scratched gramophone record and hearing it...

Good sportsmanship: How to behave well mannered at competitions

Pay attention to each other. It goes without saying that it can get crowded during warm-up at competitions. That...

Showjumper: The best way to jump water is by removing all pressure

The water tray is often the type of obstacle that causes showjumpers the biggest problems. During the Olympics, it...

The Icelandic horse: A versatile and friendly legend

The Icelandic horse has gradually become a very popular horse breed, especially in Europe. This Nordic breed is especially...

Avoid excess training: Remember to give your horse a break

How good are you at remembering to give your horse a break when you train? The training of your...

Does your horse say no to canter? Here are some possible reasons

The canter is a fantastic gait that can both look impressive and can be like a dream to ride....

Did you know this before you bought your first young horse?

The muzzle is gently pushing your arm. You find a treat from your pocket and look at your future best...

Equestrian safety: How to fall off without getting seriously injured

How many times have your tried to fall off your horse? An old saying goes, that you are only...

Equestrian safety: Can you ride with a concussion?

What does it feel like to get a concussion? Do you feel headaches and nausea after hitting your head?...

Right or left? Find out which leg your horse primarily uses

Do you know if your horse is either right or left 'handed'? Otherwise you can read how to find out and work with asymmetry in this article.

Training: How to find the correct length of your stirrups

Are you in doubt whether your stirrups have the correct length. In this article you will have an easy way to find out if your stirrups fits.

“I am an ordinary rider – I just do everything without equipment”

Riding without equipment probably seem scary for most riders. But not for Lene Olesen. She almost always train her horse without equipment.

6 bad habits: How to get rid of them in your dressage work

Do you have any bad habits? Perhaps you recognize the 6 we have mentioned in this article. Get good advice on how to get rid of them here.
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