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Cleaning up the Yard Sale: Aubrey & Boomer

“The goal of that Tadpole was not to clamber for the blue ribbon, but rather to take a temperature reading on where he was, assign homework and head back to the farm with more information on how to shape my training going forward.”

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Rein-Back (aka Backing Up) the Right Way

In this excerpt from The Principles of Riding, the classic book from the German Equestrian Federation (FN), we learn what makes for a correct rein-back and how to correct common rider mistakes that lead to issues in the movement.

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A Special Kind of Stupid: Meet Libby & Spider

“But, I AM a special kind of stupid. And so the overweight, middle-aged, amateur said, ‘Put him on the shuttle on Saturday morning, and I’ll pick him up in Ocala.’” Thus began Libby and Spider’s 2020 Makeover journey.

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New Fantasy Trilogy Released for Horse-Loving Young Adults

The magical world of Star Stable releases a new trilogy: “Soul Riders: Jorvik Calling.”

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Advice for Equine Business Owners During COVID-19

As we struggle to navigate the uncharted waters in which we find ourselves amidst COVID-19, determining the best practices for equine businesses is difficult. Here is some helpful advice for equestrian business owners.

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Weekend Wellness: Is My Horse At Risk?

What do we know about the potential COVID-19 threat to and from horses, cats and dogs?

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Marie Griffis Wins Inaugural Gaucho Derby

Marie Griffis is crowned the winner of the “greatest test of horsemanship and wilderness skills on earth,” the Gaucho

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Two Warhorses: Meet Jen & Louise

“Hypothetically, if I were to get together with an older warhorse mare (raced 50+ times) with my older

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Horsemanship With Lindsey Partridge: Preparing for the Unexpected

Making your horses well-rounded, predictable, steady mounts takes time, effort and work. This month, Lindsey Partridge discusses how

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Off to the Races: Meet Brandy & Fancy

“The spring in her hocks and flawless lead changes couldn’t compensate for her lack of speed; she always

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Path to the Makeover: Meet Aubrey & Boomer

“For the past two years, my RRP personal entries … have been young, lightly raced, red, and well… hot. Boomer,

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John Madden and Terrance Millar Accelerate Haygain’s Growth

Top horsemen join horse health company’s Board of Directors and Advisory Board.

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Weekend Wellness: Nocardioform Placentitis

Foaling season is officially upon us, and this year there is an increase in reports of Nocardioform placentitis.

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Celebrating 20 Years of Pioneering Psychotherapy Incorporating Horses

The Congressional Horse Caucus will have its field meeting at Eagala 20th Conference in Lexington, KY.

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Horsemanship With Lindsey Partridge: Scared Stupid

Lindsey Partridge explores why using fear is not the way to go about training a horse.

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Top 5 Things Every Equestrian Startup Needs

If you’re thinking of starting a new equine business, this is a must-read! Make sure you’re protected and

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Best of JN: One Pro’s Tips on How to Start Your Business

If you’re looking into starting your own business in the equestrian world, Jumper Nation’s Amanda Cousins has some

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From Rags to Riches and Rescuing Each Other

Eventing Nation’s Conner Ann Clark recounts the way she met her heart horse by being willing to give

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Best of JN: A Letter to the Working Student at HITS, an Editorial

Not all working student opportunities are ones worth pursing or maintaining, especially when you’re not treated with the

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The West Rising: Eventing Opportunities in California

Kim Miller takes a look at Area VI’s unique offerings and the ample opportunities to prepare, perfect and

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Best of EN: Must Pass PPE

“The solution is not black and white, not an either/or. The pre-purchase exam is a good thing and

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An Old Horse’s Dream

“Maybe old horses, just like old dogs and even old people, don’t want to be forgotten or tucked

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Cognitive Dissonance: Why Horse People Have Such Strong Opinions

Callie King explores why it can be so difficult for people to change — even if that change means

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