Using a Double Bridle in Cross Country Riding

A double bridle is permitted in cross country riding, training and equestrian eventing but is rarely used today, the preference being for Pelhams, most riders fail to appreciate how strong horses can benefit from the checking action of the curb part of the double bridle

Grooming a Horses Tail and how to grow a thick luxurious tail

Plaiting a horses’ tail helps to show off the buttock, the line of the hindquarters and emphasise the movement of the hind legs. Grooming a horses tail is purely cosmetic and provides no health benefits other removing dirt and tangles, but a well plaited or braided tail does look lovely at a horse show

Leg Yielding Resistance by Jane Savoie

Jane Savoie explains how to overcome leg yielding resistance in your horse training. Why their horses leg yield very well sideways but tend to toss their heads and show resistance to the reins. You could be rein-yielding rather than leg yielding