Check out this brief explanation on how and where to measure your horse for harness sizing. The positions of measurement in this video are an approximate guide only.
Take a look at extending axels used on competition carriages in the U.K track width of 125cm and 138cm to learn what to do with them!
Do you have a horse? Do you have a carriage? Lead a horse drawn carriage with tips from this video. Of course the British Riding Society is an expert source to consult--and so serious too!
There are two main types of shafts for horse dawn carriages, U-Shaped fixed shafts and independent shafts. watch this video to learn how they work.
The two main types of swings for a horse drawn carriage are the solid bar swivelling on a central pin and the flexible rope type that moves on a system of pulleys.
Make sure the sliding shafts for your horse and buggy work correctly.
Take care of your horse with tips from this video. Yeah, you'll have to clean her "undersides" and pick her hooves. Your horse will be happy though!
In this video series, learn how to lunge a horse freely. Learn how to use the whip and train a horse.
In this video series, learn how to take care of horse hooves and more animal and horse care tips. Part 1 of 15 - How to Care for a horses hooves.
In this video series, watch as Kelli LaBar teaches how to ride a horse at a walk, Get tips on one handed and two handed techniques for turning, reversing, and halting a horse.
In this video series, watch as Kelli LaBar teaches you how to trot and jog with a horse. Learn how to transition between trots and jogs and how to move forward and backward on a horse.
In this video series, learn how to canter and lope on horse. Get safety tips and riding techniques. Part 1 of 15 - How to Canter and lope on a horse.
In this video series, watch as Kelli LaBar teaches how to ride a horse in an English style. Learn how to transition speeds and movements.
In this video series, watch as Kelli LaBar teaches how to ride a horse in the Western style. Learn the different transitions and commands necessary for horseback riding.
In this video series, expert Kelli LaBar shows you everything you need to insert a tail extension in your horse's tail and prepare it for a show or competition. Kelli will teach what an extension is for, the supplies you'll need to make it work great, and all about combing the extension and tail for best results.
Expert Kelli LaBar will show you all you need to bathe and condition your horse. Kelli gives you a list of supplies, safety tips, and advice throughout. You will learn how to curry and stiff brush the horse, how to shampoo the body, tail, and face, and how to add conditioner.
In this video series, our expert will show you how to groom and care for a horse. Learn great tips for buying a healthy horse, grooming the horse's head, body and tail, and care for horse hooves. You will also learn about horse care equipment, what and how to feed a horse, how to ride a horse, and how to exercise horses.
In this horse riding video series, learn how to bridle a horse with an English bridle from expert Kelli LaBar. Kelli will demonstrate all the steps necessary for putting an English bridle on a horse.
In this video series, watch as Kelli LaBar teaches how to mount and dismount a horse. Get horse safety tips, learn how tighten the girth, how to pull up on a horse, how to mount from the ground and from a mounting block, and how to adjust the stirrups.
In this video series, learn how to bridle a horse in a Western style. Learn where to place the bridle, different types of bits, and how to hold reins.
In this video series, learn how to lead a horse. Get tips on what to do and what not do when leading a horse, how to hold the reins, and how long to cut the rope.
In this video series, learn how to fit a horse with an English saddle. Our expert, Kelli LaBar, teaches you everything you need to know to saddle a horse. Learn how to halter and tie up a horse.
In this video series, learn how to lunge a horse. Get tips on training a horse to walk, trot, and canter on a line.
Learn how to expertly plait your horse's mane, using both methods of plaiting: plaiting with bands and plaiting with cotton. You will need a horse with a pulled mane. Begin by brushing and dividing the mane. For showing purposes, there should be an odd number of plaits in the mane and an even number for the forelock. Also, learn how to remove the plaits without breaking the hairs. Always know where your needle and plaiting bands are at all times. And never leave the plaits in for a long time....
A well cared for hoof is essential. Follow this simple guide for healthy, well maintained hooves. A well cared for hoof is vital for the prevention of lameness, joint, back and leg problems and enables your horse to move freely and comfortably. You will need a hoof pick, an experienced farrier, hoof growth treatment, a bucket of water, a water brush, and a brush and some hoof grease. Then, check the hooves, take care of the hoof wall, trim the hooves, and shoe him regularly. Care for your hor...
Do you want your horse to be the best turned out at the next show? Then follow this simple guide, showing both methods of plaiting to make your horse look like the star he or she is! All you need is a body brush, water brush, bucket of water, mane comb, needle, and plaiting thread, the same color as your horse would be best, two elastic bands, a bowl of one egg white, a bucket of water, and a pair if scissors. Plait a horse's tail.