If you constantly do the same thing over and over with your horse, there's a chance he will eventually get burned out and bored. Ryan Rushing offers his tips on how he avoids burnout in a horse and keeps his training program fun and exciting.
If your horse gets tight or braces when you go to ask for a sliding stop, you might need to spend more time on your rundown. Ryan Rushing shows you how he likes to soften up a horse that gets tight when he stops.
Does your horse stay rounded and relaxed when you're working on your rundowns? Ryan Rushing goes over the next step in his rundown series where he covers the importance of keeping your horse rounded and relaxed so he can stop his best.
To ace your sliding stop, you need to understand the basics of the rundown. In the next step in this drill Ryan Rushing goes over how to build speed in your rundown so you're going your max speed when it comes time to stop.
Before you can ask your horse to do a sliding stop, you need to ensure that your horse is comfortable going straight when asking for more speed. Ryan Rushing goes over the basics of the rundown so you can improve your stop.
Do you know how to stay centered in your saddle when you're asking your horse to perform reining spins? Ryan Rushing talks about body position during spins and how he stays in the middle of his horse during this extremely quick maneuver.
You see some riders lean forward in their large, fast circles, while others sit back and use their seat to push their horse forward. Ryan Rushing talks about body position during reining circles and why he likes to ride them a certain way.
Sometimes people don't like to practice their patterns at home to avoid having their horse anticipate the patterns, especially when working with a reining horse where there are only a select few patterns to choose from. Learn why Ryan Rushing prefers to have his non pros practice their patterns a...
Do you know how to prepare for the horse shows before you even get to the horse show? Reining professional Ryan Rushing shows you the drills he likes to do with his non pros to ensure they're ready when it comes time to head to a horse show.
During a reining pattern you're expected to circle your horse and then change leads in the center of the arena before going into your next set of circles. Keith Ceddia goes over the basics of changing leads on a circle and how you can successfully do so without letting your horse lean into the ci...
Before you attempt a flying lead change, you need to make sure that you have total control of your horse's body. NRHA Professional Keith Ceddia shows you how he gains control in his horse's body before asking for a flying lead change.