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Rescued and Abused Horses – Part I - By Charles Wilhelm - I know a good deal about this subject as I have rescued many, many...

The Pros and Cons of Lunging By Charles Wilhelm I’ve seen too many people over the years get hurt because they just mounted without getting the...

Working With a Horse That has a Problem Maintaining Leads, a Gait and Fluidity -By Charles Wilhelm- I see many horses that have difficulty with leads....

The Need for De-Spooking -By Charles Wilhelm- An interesting fact about horses is that while they can seem so smart and appear to learn so fast when...

--Correcting a Lead Change Problem-- By Charles Wilhelm--   Some riders tell me they have a problem when a course they are riding requires a roll back...

The Canadian Horse, Part 1   By Janice M. Ladendorf -- Introduction-  The Canadian horse is not well known in the United States. Most of the foundation stock...

Teaching a Horse to Ground Tie   By Charles Wilhelm Teaching a horse to ground tie is one of the easiest commands to train however, I have...

Versatility and Cross Training By Charles Wilhelm A horse that is versatile can do a variety of things. It does not have to be really good...

Minnesota Crookston Hunt Seat Equestrian Qualifies Three for IHSA Zones: Earn Reserve High Point Team Honors for Region   CROOKSTON, Minn. – The University of Minnesota Crookston...

Minnesota Crookston Western Equestrian Takes Reserve High Point Honors at Wisconsin-River Falls; Warner Qualifies for IHSA Semifinals RIVER FALLS, Wis. – The University of Minnesota Crookston...

 Western Dressage   There have been many articles about western, or as I call it, cowboy dressage, by individuals well known in the western world. I...

Motter Claims High Point Rider as Golden Eagles Earn Top Team Honors Sunday at Wisconsin-River Falls RIVER FALLS, Wis. – The University of Minnesota Crookston hunt...

Do You Have a Partnership or a Relationship With Your Horse? By Charles Wilhelm Partnership conjures up a notion that there is harmony between you and...

 I Hope I Can and I Hope He Will By Charles Wilhelm What I have discovered in working with and training horses is the importance of...

Control of the Shoulders, Ribcage and Hips Control of the shoulders, ribcage and hips is required in order to do a great many things including...

PUBLIC ECOSANCTUARIES FOR WILD HORSES By Janice M. Ladendorf Today tourism produces ten percent of the world's gross national product. For this trade in the United...

What it Means to Train a Horse Using Dressage Principles – Part II Last month we covered the need for a solid forward cue, a...

Why Do We Need All The Gadgets? By Charles Wilhelm I think there is a lot of misconception about the many, many types of equipment available....

What is a “Broke Horse?” - Part II By Charles Wilhelm Last month we talked about some of the problems horses can exhibit and the different...

Finding the Horse that is Right for You By Charles Wilhelm There are many things to consider when you decide to buy a horse. There is...

Use of the Rein Aids By Charles Wilhelm I am often asked if it is correct to ride with a loose rein or if contact should...

by Orv Alveshere         RAISING, RACING AND REMINISCING An old adage claims we can enjoy incidents again through memories and written narratives.  A privilege we...