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Horse Sense: 12 Tricks for Better Equine Photography (Professional Photographer Magazine Web Exclusives)

Horse Sense: 12 Tricks for Better Equine Photography (Professional Photographer Magazine Web Exclusives) - check more on my website

Wow, I haven't seen it all explained this way before. "Secure-seat: Improving your horse riding training"

Wow, I haven't seen it all explained this way before. "Secure-seat: Improving your horse riding training" Pinned from a user

As you continue to prepare for show season, chances are that you’re focusing on not only getting your horse back into shape, but in also bringing your own riding position back into top form. In January we looked at some exercises you could do to improve your fitness on the ground. Now, as you’re probably spending more time in the saddle, let’s look at what you can do while riding to improve your strength and position.

Exercises to Develop Rider Strength in the Saddle « Best Horse Stalls – Classic Equine Equipment

Use a mud knot to keep your horse's tail clean in gross weather!  http://www.proequinegrooms.com/index.php/tips/grooming/mud-knots-for-your-horse-s-tail/

Use this maintenance knot to keep long tails out of the Mud. Do not confuse with a true "mud knot" ( polo pony knot). That one cannot be left in overnight.