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Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

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I won’t clash my outfit with my horse ever again Read more: http://www.equestrianvogue.com/style/10-new-years-resolutions-equestrian-fashionista/#ixzz3T9NjVJZB

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Horse riding adductor custom workout for Sworkit for iOS and Android. If you have the Sworkit app, you can import this workout directly into the app: http://m.sworkit.com/share?w=bkqo7mXiC | Workout focusing on core, abs, balance, posture, stirrup work, and adductors. #SworkitSportSeries

Horse riding adductor custom workout for Sworkit for iOS and Android. If you have the Sworkit app, you can import this workout directly into the app: http://m.sworkit.com/share?w=bkqo7mXiC | Workout focusing on core, abs, balance, posture, stirrup work, and adductors. #SworkitSportSeries

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Read our tips on how to care and grooming your horse in the best way. #Hööks

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.Only got 4 poles/jumps? No worries, try these exercises out at home. You don't need to always jump big to train for the questions that course designers ask at shows. By Lloyd Equestrian

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We've gone back to the drawing board with this infographic and redesigned our original Horse Show Essentials Checklist into something beautiful (and still super handy)!

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Adapted work from ©FEI / Arnd Bronkhorst / Pool Pic Livepic/FEI World Equestrian Games 2014

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Relax..Relax, that is the key. Soften the thigh, the ankle the knee. To close the leg, you use the calf. Let the seat work on the back half. Use that core a little bit more. Don't let the hands take all the galore. Elbows in for out is a sin, and don't forget to lift the chin. Controlling the angles soft n' light, helps any equestrian to ride a horse right. -Kairen Jamieson

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