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When Things Go Wrong, Ask Yourself These Three Things

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https://youtu.be/XWsWx2_vics Jan Brink shares the three things he asks himself when a movement is not working. Filmed at the 2007 Succeed/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference, you can...

Building Fitness in the Young Horse

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https://youtu.be/L3GmInDbF7I Scott Hassler shares his tips for conditioning young horses outside of the arena. Filmed at the 2011 Adequan®/USDF National Symposium, you can see more of...

Selecting a Horse for a Young Rider

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https://youtu.be/yL60jI3GX90 Filmed at the 2007 Succeed/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference: Jan Brink explains the importance of character and rideability. To hear more of Jan's commentary during...

Measuring Width Between Cavaletti

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https://youtu.be/ycDDlZFWQAE Things to consider when spacing cavalletti for individual horses. Filmed at the 2006 Adequan®/USDF National Symposium with Ingrid Klimke. To view more cavaletti training,...

How Contact Affects Relaxation

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https://youtu.be/pDL1RPdvAdk Scott Hassler explains how only correct contact encourages proper relaxation in the horse.

Handling Tension

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https://youtu.be/glBjZXi5nBc Filmed during the 2007 Succeed/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference, listen to Jan Brink talk about spookiness and tension in the horse.

Young Horses and Rhythm from the Rider

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https://youtu.be/vbCG3OLRkMg Scott Hassler works with this horse and rider pair at the 2018 USDF Sport Horse Development Forum to get the horse to accept the...

Keeping the Horse in Front of the Leg

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https://youtu.be/PNmhtgM_N_8 Michael Bragdell works on riding the horse from back to front in order to keep this young mare in front of the leg and...

Building the Hind End Using Cavaletti: A Discussion with Ingrid Klimke

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https://youtu.be/xeNWw4X1FN4 Ingrid Klimke discusses using cavaletti work to build the hind end of a horse, encouraging them to step under their center of gravity, thus...

Take Your Time: Young Horse Advice from Conrad Schumacher

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https://youtu.be/Tb4TVy2jZMw Conrad Schumacher reminds trainers that young horses are like children - we must bring them along slowly and not rush them. A young horse...
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