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Spending more time with your horse will help your relationship. Take him with you when you are poo-picking, cleaning tack or just having a cup of tea.
Essential horsebox checks before every journey will ensure the safety of you and your horse and the road worthiness of your vehicle
Ideally, an introduction to traffic should be part of a horse's early education. It need not be stressful.
Top showjumper and trainer Sam Hutton suggests incorporating some easy exercises into your schooling sessions.
Stretching reduces muscle tension, increases the range of movement in joints and enhances circulation.
Bad manners in the collecting ring are uncalled for, but they seem to be on the rise. Or perhaps it's not bad manners, but sheer stupidity.
Sometimes, the difference between a 60 per cent dressage test and a 70 per cent one can be a little bit of polish. The difference between 70 per cent and 80 per cent cannot be made up without ringcraft.
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