Sports psychologist Tonya Johnston shares some practical tools for increasing your mindfulness during a ride after catching up with eventer Phillip Dutton.
One rider asks how to help her young horse overcome his difficulty learning to jump.
Hunter/jumper trainer Julia Seltz explains how to help your horse feel comfortable on cross-ties.
U.S. Eventing Association certified instructor Steuart Pittman Jr. explains how a horse's stiffness and spookiness can be related.
Eventer Tik Maynard suggests a multi-faceted approach to fly control and explains how teaching a horse to focus can help her work through the discomfort that flies present.
Jim Wofford discusses two positions needed to ride in eventing's jumping phases, show jumping and cross country.
Learn top professional horse groom Laurie Pitts' four-step method for teaching your horse basic ground manners.
Use this five-minute fix to position your head for better riding. A well-balanced head makes it easier to look for your turns and move freely with your horse's motion. Excerpted from 50 5-Minute Fixes to Improve Your Riding by Wendy Murdoch.