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  •  December 09, 2021

    The Do's and Don'ts of Summertime Riding

    Troxel Athlete, Rachel Gagliardi, is a member of the Champion Barrel Racing Team and Reserve Champions in Pole Bending, Breakaway Roping, and Goat Tying in the Central Pennsylvania Youth Rodeo Association. She has been riding since the age of 8 and loves everything about competition. Here, Rachel shares important tips for protecting you and your horse from the summertime heat...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Explosive Canter Departures: Guest Post by Julie Goodnight

    Troxel Athlete and Horse Master Julie Goodnight has more than a quarter-century of horse training experience. Her varied background ranges from dressage and jumping to racing, reining, colt-starting, and wilderness riding. Her training and teaching techniques are frequent features of Horse & Rider, The Trail Rider and America's Horse and she makes frequent appearances at horse expos, conferences and clinics.Julie...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Top 10 Funny Reasons to Wear a Helmet: Shared by Troxel Fans

    Hides unseemly bald spot Helmets are more effective at repelling angry swooping birds Just in case the jump that you jumped two days ago has suddenly grown horns and is going to attack your horse, you’re covered Helmets don’t make your butt look big! (it’s true!) Practicing ‘flying dismounts’ (unplanned) … have been known to cause headaches You did...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    The Bigger the Restraints The Bigger the Wreck: Guest Post by Robin Shen

    By Troxel product ambassador: Robin Shen Robin shares concepts of Enlightened Horsemanship as taught by Robin Shen himself, and shared by those in pursuit of a deeper relationship with their horses. Many might get the impression that I do not believe in the use of tack. This is NOT true. There is a time for such things as there...
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  •  December 09, 2021

    Trail Ride Survival Guide

    Even if you haven’t had a big wreck with your horse, you’ve imagined what can happen out on the trail. You’ve felt your stomach tie in knots as you headed up a steep hill, passed through deep water, came upon wildlife or bikers or worse, seen a friend slip or fall with their horse. Those moments of fear aren’t bad...
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