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On The Rail Articles Printed in The Instructor Magazine:

2013

2012

  • The Benefits of Lunging
  • Sour school horses
  • Mounting and Dismounting
  • Pulling back
  • Pulling through the bit
  • Looking for some tips for buying a first horse
  • Bucking at the Canter

2011

  • Collection
  • Trailer Loading Issues
  • Teaching Horse Behavior to Youth
  • Western Saddle Rigging
  • Fear Issues
  • Crossties

2010

  • Diagonals in Western riding
  • Fly Control
  • Mares in Heat
  • Tips to Get Tack Ready for the Riding Season
  • Martingale usage

2009

  • Tracking Rider Progress and Documenting Horse Behavior
  • Bolting
  • Tack Safety Check
  • Horse Selection Process
  • Sour Lesson Horses

2008

  • Winter Workshop
  • Tie Downs
  • Parents wanting more than what their kids are ready for
  • Unmounted exercise to get riders in better condition
  • Managing the wet Pasture

2007

  • Many riders in an arena
  • Snaffle bits with curb straps
  • Riding double on a mule
  • Bits and Bitting
  • Use of “therapeutic” in reference to horseback riding
  • Lease of young horse for young rider

2006

  • Dogs on the Trail
  • Fixing Western Stirrups
  • Working with a student who has difficulty with fine motor skills

2005

  • Arena specs
  • Games for lessons
  • Insurance
  • IRD
  • Sitting other ways on saddle
  • How to handle disagreements
  • ADA
  • EFM
  • Wormers
  • Insurance
  • Minimum age for Riders

2004

  • Helmets
  • Moving up Levels – Other clinics to help get certified – auditing a clinic
  • Round Pen
  • Group Lessons
  • Ring Worm
  • CHA Certification
  • Children Riding
  • Curb Chains
  • Insurance
  • Beginner Materials
  • Treeless Saddles
  • Trail Ride Order
  • To Shoe or Not to Shoe

2003

  • Steady Hands Exercises
  • Chaps
  • Lesson Horse Traits
  • Young Child Riding
  • Students in Arena without Instructor
  • Number of guides on Trail Ride
  • Sit or Post for Beginners
  • Ponying
  • Is CHA certification a Teaching Clinic
  • 20% Rule
  • Giving Own Vaccines
  • Leading a Bridled Horse with and Without a Rider
  • Rein Aids
  • Bucking
  • Use of the Word Therapeutic
  • ADA Compliance

2002

  • High School Student Wanting To Enter Equine Career
  • At-risk center turned Animal Assisted Center
  • Auditing a CHA Clinic. Riding Special Circumstances
  • Working with Riders with Disabilities
  • Instructor Missing Part of Arm
  • Pullers
  • Show Tack
  • Legal Requirements for a Domestic Horse
  • Feeling Leads
  • Bucking
  • Equestrian Psychological Therapy
  • Saddle Placement

2001

  • Lesson Topics at a CHA clinic
  • How long at one Level
  • Setting Trot Poles
  • Shirt Attire
  • Dressage Letters
  • Preparing for a CHA clinic
  • 20% rule

2000

  • Arena Size
  • Bicycle Helmets
  • Daily use of school horses

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