Dressage Life: Straightness and Balance in the Horse
A tenacious back injury opens a dressage rider's eyes to the real meaning of developing straightness and balance in her horse.
Myths and Truths of Equine Cribbing
An equine veterinarian shares her perspective on why horses crib and how to best manage a cribber.
Are Sheath Noises Associated with Tension?
Ida Norris answers this reader-submitted question, explaining that sheath noise is caused by tensing of the muscles, primarily over the back.
An Introduction to Equine Hanna Somatics
This natural method of mind–body integration can provide performance enhancement, pain relief, longevity and an increased sense of well-being for both horse and handler.