by Terry Myers As a year-end article, I thought I would give you six things you can do to improve your riding and make your horse’s job easier. If you want to improve your horse, it starts with you. 1. Don’t pull. In past articles I talked about holding the bridle reins like you are holding hands with that significant person in your life. Would that person like it if you were … [Read more...] about Six Tips to Improve Your Riding
by Michelle Farnham The Post Newspapers managing editor Medina, Ohio Editor’s Note: The Horsemen’s Corral wishes to thank Michelle Farnham of the Post Newspapers for granting permission to reprint her article on photos for publication. This is without a doubt the best piece we have ever read on the subject. The Post Newspapers asks for photos from readers on a regular basis. … [Read more...] about Photos: Don’t You Care Enough to Send the Very Best?
by Terry Myers We had a request from a person to do an article about bits. This is a big topic and one that I feel very passionate about. So much so, that I am working with a bit maker to make a line of bits, based on my experience and seeing what works with training horses. … [Read more...] about A ‘Bit’ of Philosophy
Jami Meglich of Olmsted Falls will be representing Ohio 4-H at two National competitions this fall. Jami won the Public Speaking division of the State 4-H Communications Contest in March with her speech ‘Equine Embryo Transplants.’ She will compete in the Public Speaking Division of the Communications Contest at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus in October and … [Read more...] about Cuyahoga County 4-H Youth to Represent Ohio at Nationals