Sharpen Your Course Riding Skills • Nutrition Report: Amino Acids

Three exercises to help you zero in on the fundamental skills you need for a successful round. Plus, determine if your horse is getting the right amount and type of amino acids.

Husband and wife trainer duo Traci and Carleton Brooks share three exercises to tune up your balance, accuracy, feel and eye.

In this issue, the Brooks:

  • explain that the best way to prepare yourself for high-pressure situations in the show ring is not by constantly schooling courses at home, but by practicing specific exercises that zero in on the most fundamental skills you need on course.
  • dive into those skills, which will improve your horse’s obedience, adjustability, responsiveness, focus, balance, rhythm and straightness.

PLUS, several veterinarians break down the importance of amino acids and how to provide their benefits to your horse.

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