Old is New Again

Jack BrainardWith the Western Dressage Association of America, Jack Brainard is incorporating age-old methods to reshape the way Western riders approach training.

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Ride with a Reason

Aaron RalstonAaron Ralston keeps his show horses fit and happy by giving them new and sometimes surprising jobs, but all those chores give the horse a reason for what it’s doing.

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My Journey to Road to the Horse 2012 - Day 3

Johnathan FieldNow we’re onto the obstacle course. When practicing I followed the same timeline as in the real event, so the colt had a rest overnight. This overnight rest before the obstacle competition makes the event quite different from others because the horses get a full day’s rest before going into the obstacle course.

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EHV-1 Outbreak

In 2011, cases of EHV-1, or equine herpesvirus-1, were rampant following two large events held in Utah. This May, several confirmed cases of EHV-1 have surfaced in Mississippi, Colorado, Tennessee and Kentucky.

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Ask Our Expert - Clinton Anderson - July 2012

Clinton AndersonSince moving from his native Australia to the United States in 1996, Clinton Anderson has captured the attention of horse lovers. His no-nonsense approach to training, which begins with ground work, is the basis for his Downunder Horsemanship.

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