Transitions are used frequently and they can aid strength and your horse’s understanding of your aids.
Some horses struggle to maintain their concentration on their rider. Here are some helpful tips to help you overcome the issue.
Teaching your horse to work long and low in a stretched outline is a particularly useful day-to-day training tool, so here's how to achieve it.
Whether you’re under the watchful eye of a dressage judge, or you just want to be able to establish your horse’s work on a day-to-day basis, nailing transitions is something…
Here we identify different types of refusal and how you can help avoid them.
Your horse might be green and inexperienced or perhaps is a bit older but is sensitive to new environments and changes in his usual surroundings while you’re riding. Here are…
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Erik Mackechnie passed his BHSI in 1998 and has worked with exam candidates from grass roots to BHSI level. Here Erik shares his top tips for exam preparation.
Here is some useful advice for eventers wanting to up their game in the first phase of the competition.
This advice will help you to attain a good showjumping canter while you're schooling and in the ring.