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Help for Your Horse to Trail Ride Alone

Julie Goodnight helps our reader get her horse safely out on the trail alone, minus the company of other horses.

How to Ride the Walk: Pedaling~The walk is the hardest gait to ride well because it has no suspension and, therefore, no momentum to help your horse keep the rhythm as in trot and canter. At the same time, the highest percentage of

Credit: Beth Baumert Remember, every moment you’re riding, you’re training your horse, so you’re either training the walk to be better or worse.

Help for Your Horse to Trail Ride Alone

Julie Goodnight helps our reader get her horse safely out on the trail alone, minus the company of other horses.

Ride that horse ... get active while riding, and feel your confidence blossom.

Don’t work to keep an even keel. Instead, get active while riding, establish leadership with your horse, and feel your confidence blossom.

Saddle fit tips - EVERY RIDER SHOULD KNOW - they should still have a master saddle fitter check the saddle, but check it before you ride to prevent injuries! horses are always changing muscle tone, just like humans.

Saddle fit tips - EVERY RIDER SHOULD KNOW - they should have a master saddle fitter check the saddle, but check it before you ride to prevent injuries! horses are always changing muscle tone, just like humans.

Horsemanship How-to: Sit the Canter Comfortably | lengthen stirrups, don't tighten knees or thighs, don't grab mouth, lunge, relax lower back, hold core, sit in saddle, not on

Horsemanship How-to: Sit the Canter Comfortably~Here are some tips for getting a smooth ride at the canter.