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  •  December 09, 2021

    Three Mistakes That Erode Your Horse’s Trust: Guest Post by Julie Goodnight

    Troxel Athlete and Horse Master Julie Goodnight is the popular RFD-TV host of Horse Master airing Monday nights. Goodnight travels the USA sharing her no-nonsense horsemanship training with riders of all disciplines. Goodnight has ridden in many different saddles -- she's experienced in dressage and jumping, racing, reining, cow horse, colt-starting, and wilderness riding. Goodnight grew up on the hunter-jumper circuits...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Helmets Only-No Top Hats For All USA National Dressage Events as of April 1

    Reposted from Dressage-News.com Kenneth J. Braddick Helmets only will be the rule for ALL United States Equestrian Federation events, including for senior riders in Grand Prix and small tour events, effective April 1 this year, though senior riders in International Equestrian Federation (FEI) CDIs will still be allowed to wear top hats. The decision by the U.S. is the second...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Share Your Adventure Photo Contest: Winners!

    Congratulations Eleni Boston from Salem, Oregon – grand prize winner of our Share Your Adventure Photo Contest! Eleni Boston from Salem, Oregon: “Canadian Flags” Eleni's winning photo captures her daughter 'Geneva,' riding her horse 'Coosa,' at her school's Canadian Flag meet. Geneva placed third and subsequently received a bronze medal for her district competition overall placement. Geneva and Coosa will...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Avoid 7 Types of Trail Riding Problems

    From Equisearch.com Learn how to avoid seven problematic situations on trail rides--and how to get out of them as safely as possible if they do catch you by surprise. Proper planning can make all the difference when it comes to enjoying a trail ride. Without it, you can wind up in predicaments ranging from inconveniences to serious threats to your...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    FEI Approves New Safety Helmet Rule But Delayed for Year

    Shared via http://www.dressage-news.com/ JANEIRO, Nov. 14–The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) approved on Monday a new rule making protective head gear mandatory on show grounds, but the United States Equestrian Federation succeeded in delaying its implementation for a year to provide time for vaulting and reining to prepare for the change. The proposed new international rule would apply to all disciplines governed...
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