Are you a jumper rider who wants to learn more about how to improve you or your horse’s performance, find out about the latest stars in the sport or just want to brush up on your skills? You’ve come to the right place. We offer a wide selection of educational articles from renowned jumper riders tailored just for you.
Looking for a new gymnastic exercise to add to your routine? Top eventer Doug Payne shares one of his favorites to help your horse stay balanced, accurate and careful.
We caught up with Richard Spooner, Will Simpson, Rich Fellers and Kirsten Coe at last month's USHJA’s Emerging Jumper Rider Gold Star Clinic West. Find out some of their thoughts on competition preparation, favorite traits in a prospect and the evolution of show jumping.
Olympian Peter Leone shares how to create that perfect ride by transcending correct riding technique and becoming one with your horse.
Top jumper rider Richard Spooner shares one of his favorite bounce exercises. This exercise works for all levels of horses and riders and can help your horse engage his hindquarters and produce a "snappier" shoulder action.
Olympic multi-medalist Beezie Madden shares a favorite gymnastic ‘jumping’ exercise.
Olympian McLain Ward instructed riders that struggled with the water jump on the third day of the 12th annual USEF George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session.
Olympian Kent Farrington instructed riders over a gymnastics course on the second day of the 12th annual USEF George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session.
Five-time U.S. Olympian Anne Kursinski stressed the importance of flatwork at the 12th annual USEF George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session
These three exercises will help you zero in on the fundamental skills you need for a successful round. In Part 3, top trainers Traci and Carleton Brooks teach you to jump two fences on a curve.
These three exercises will help you zero in on the fundamental skills you need for a successful round. In Part 2, top trainers Traci and Carleton Brooks teach you how a cloverleaf pattern exercise can teach you to think ahead, plan your turns and execute smoother courses.
These three exercises will help you zero in on the fundamental skills you need for a successful round. In Part 1, top trainers Traci and Carleton Brooks will teach you how to tune up your eye.
Callan Solem is one of the top riders competing in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Lexington. She shares a favorite gymnastic exercise that encourages the horse to be responsive to the leg.
Enhance confidence and abilities with active visualization and the outside-in principle.
Simple gymnastic is part of Mavis Spencer’s prep for Saturday’s FEI Longines World Cup™ Sacramento showdown.
Hunter/jumper rider and trainer Sloane Coles shares some exercises to help your horse learn to pick up the proper lead at the canter. Use her simple, consistent plan to help your horse strengthen his weaker side and listen to your cues, and he'll get the correct lead every time you ask.