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ArticleHow to - Careers20-01-2012
So, you have decided to try showing in the hunter ring.  If this is your first show you probably have a lot of questions about how a show is run.  It is my hope that this guide will ease your worries and allow you to have a pleasant experience. The first thing you need to do is find a show that is suited to your level of riding and the quality of your horse.  Not all horse s...

ArticleHow to - Careers20-01-2012
While owning a riding a horse is a wonderful experience in itself, most riders eventually feel the urge to take their horse out into the world of horse showing.  Showing is a wonderful way to challenge yourself and your horse and to get a chance to compare yourself to others in the same discipline. There are shows available for riders of all ages and levels of experience.  Many f...

ArticleHow to - Careers20-01-2012
Many horse people find that while riding at home is fun, they are interested in trying to show their horse.  If you have been working on dressage at home, or even if you are mostly just riding on the flat, you might want to check out a local dressage show for your first venture into the ring. Most dressage shows have pre-selected tests that are published at the beginning of the season...

ArticleHow to - Careers20-01-2012
When you have horses for sale you will inevitably have clients out to see your horse in person.  If you have not had much experience in buying and selling horses, it is hard to know how best to present your horse to bring out his best characteristics for the clients. The first thing to keep in mind is that first impressions can may or break a sale.  Take a look at your barn. ...

ArticleHow to - Careers20-01-2012
When attending a show it is important that your horse look its best.  Adding a few finishing touches can make all the difference between a nice looking horse, and an animal that wins the class. Let’s start by assuming that your horse has been thoroughly bathed before the show.  Braiding has been arranged, and your tack is clean are ready for use. To get the best shine ...

ArticleHow to - Careers19-01-2012
While many riders enjoy showing, it is not unusual to want to learn more about the horse show environment before investing money into it.  While most shows are free for spectators, you might be limited to what you can learn as far as what goes on behind the scenes.  If you have a friend that is showing, you can ask him or her to explain the classes when not busy in the ring.  Eve...

ArticleHow to - Careers19-01-2012
If you have a young horse that is destined to a life of jumping, or if you are looking to sell a young, unstarted horse, free jumping is an excellent way not only to evaluate your horse’s potential over fences, but also to give him a head start into the world of jumping. Free jumping is the process in which you ask your horse to jump over one or more jumps when working free in the ar...

ArticleHow to - Careers19-01-2012
If you have just started riding, you may just be happy to be on a horse.  But, eventually you will probably want to specialize your riding.  To do this, you need to understand the different disciplines of riding, and decide which best suits your interests. To begin with, there are two basic types of riding: English and Western.  English riders ride in a small saddle which gi...

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