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Glenshee Equestrian Centre: The Turning Seat

A list of SCA equestrian Websites and online resources presented by the Madrone Equestrian Guild, An Tir. We play with horses in the SCA.

Glenshee Equestrian Centre: Holding the Reins

Tips for maintaining correct contact: Grip: Grip on the reins should be medium – that is, the fist should not be clenched on the reins, n.

Glenshee Equestrian Centre: The Five Rein Aids: Introduction

Few standard treatises on riding include more than a rudimentary treatment of snaffle* rein aids, and those that do attempt to explain them .

A Simple Trick to Deepen Your Seat – Dressage Fundamentals

A Simple Trick to Deepen Your Seat – Dressage Fundamentals

How To Ride A Perfect Stretchy Circle - The Thinking Equestrian

The secret to riding a perfect stretchy dressage circle is in YOUR hands. Forget about cavaletti, draw reins, or other gadgets.

Why Pulling on your Horse's Face Doesn't Work... and How to Stop - Amateur Equestrian

Why Pulling on your Horse's Face Doesn't Work... and How to Stop - Amateur Equestrian

Improve Your Horse’s Walk-to-Canter Transition with This Easy (but Meaningful) Exercise – Trafalgar Square Books Blog

Improve Your Horse’s Walk-to-Canter Transition with This Easy (but Meaningful) Exercise – Trafalgar Square Books Blog

Where Does Your Half-Halt Start? Here Are Four Suggestions – Horse Listening

Where Does Your Half-Halt Start? Here Are Four Suggestions

Where Does Your Half-Halt Start? Here Are Four Suggestions – Horse Listening

Glenshee Equestrian Centre: Inside vs. Outside: The Weight Debate

Billie from Camera-Obscura asked a great question in response to my previous post, which I thought I’d answer in a separate post. In refe.

The Incredible Shrinking Leg (or How To Avoid Losing Your Stirrups!) – Barnmice Equestrian Social Community

The Incredible Shrinking Leg (or How To Avoid Losing Your Stirrups!) – Barnmice Equestrian Social Community

Does Your Dressage Horse Cross His Legs Enough In Leg Yields? - Jane Savoie

Does Your Dressage Horse Cross His Legs Enough In Leg Yields?

Why Rising Trot Is Not Rising At All

Why Rising Trot Is Not Rising At All

Interpreting the Half-Halt

Interpreting the Half-Halt

“Inside Leg To Outside Rein” – The Cheat Sheet | Horse Listening

“Inside Leg To Outside Rein” – The Cheat Sheet

How often have you heard that term? Sure, it sounds like a pretty simple concept until you try it - it can be more complicated than it looks.

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