Does your horse struggle to concentrate? Follow these training tips to help keep his mind on the job
Is it wise to make a young horse approach a new experience or object? And can the input of a handler help?
Katie Jerram’s tips for retraining a racehorse
Top showing producer Katie Jerram gives her top tips for retraining a racehorse for the showring
Equestrian coaching that money can’t buy
Have you always dreamt of being trained by one of your equestrian heroes or heroines? We take a look at some of the training opportunities that the stars are offering and how you can get your hands on them
Reducing your horse’s stress levels
The natural behaviour of horses is governed by the smell of hormones and pheromones. The hormone oxytocin is known to naturally reduce fear and anxiety and cause calmness, positive social behaviour and bonding. It also helps to reduce blood pressure …
In November 2012, this year’s Badminton winner Jock Paget travelled to southern Germany to train with Olympic, World and European eventing champion Michael Jung. Here he reveals what he learnt
With wall-to-wall warmbloods in most affiliated dressage classes, it’s easy to believe that these uphill, big-moving types have the sport sewn up. But natives can give them a run for their money
Michael Eilberg’s 10 training tips: hot horses
Michael Eilberg offers expert advice on the riding techniques which work best when riding and training a ‘hot’ horse
William Funnell’s 10 tips for seeing a stride
For the best riders seeing a stride is instinctive, but for many of us it requires work. William Funnell shows us how, with the right training, every rider can be more accurate
Beat the weather: try online dressage
With the start of the 2013 competition season being beset with snow, why not trying competing without leaving home?