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Issue One

Four Things You Need to Train Your Horse: Motivation, Spot, Direction, Reward
How To Get Your Horse's Attention: Recognition, Response, Control
An Exercise For When You Can't Ride: Teach Yourself What A Give Really Feels Like
• Featured Riding Exercise: Steer the Tail
• The Steering the Tail Exercise: What To Do If

Issue Two

• Keys to Making Improvements: How Long You Should Ride
The Snaffle Bit vs The Shank Bit

Issue Three

Horses That Pull Back or Won't Stand Tied
Teaching Your Horse To Stand Still
• What To Do With Horses That Want To Bolt, Buck or Blow Up

Issue Four

Give Your Horse A Want-To Attitude
Make Your Horse Stop

Issue Five (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Your Horse Is Going To Spook - Are You Ready?
Slowing Your Horse
Speed Up Your Slow Horse
Riding Mechanics and Bad Habits

Issue Six (see issue as it was originally emailed)

• Get Better Stops and a Smoother, More Willing Horse with the Three-Step-Stop Exercise
My Horse Roots At The Bit

Issue Seven (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Hurry Up and Stop
Get Your Back Up

Issue Eight (see issue as it was originally emailed)

How Far How Fast How Little
Keys To Improvement
Thought Vs Action

Issue Nine (see issue as it was originally emailed)

• Hip-Shoulder-Shoulder Part 1: Solve Every Horse Problem
Hip-Shoulder-Shoulder Part 2: Begin the Exercise
Hip-Shoulder-Shoulder Part 3: Finish the Exercise

Issue Ten (see issue as it was originally emailed)

An Easy Way To Look At Training Redirecting Pressure
Good Now Bad Later Why Does This Happen?

Issue Eleven (see issue as it was originally emailed)

• Seeing Red... Ribbons Horses That Kick On The Trail
Why Does My Horse Still Have This Problem?

Issue Twelve (see issue as it was originally emailed)

What Not To Do When Your Horse Bucks Or Rears And What To Do When It Does
Horse Riding Tips

Issue Thirteen (see issue as it was originally emailed)

The Clockwork Exercise Teach Neck Reining, Sidepassing, Backing Up, Spins & More

Issue Fourteen (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Biting Horses

Issue Fifteen (see issue as it was originally emailed)

The First Thing I Do

Issue Sixteen (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Backing Up

Issue Seventeen (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Rider Checklists

Issue Eighteen (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Cinchy Horses

Issue Nineteen (see issue as it was originally emailed)

I'm Scared of My Horse, Please Help

Issue Twenty (see issue as it was originally emailed)

How to Halter a Horse

Issue Twenty-one (see issue as it was originally emailed)

How to Make Horse Training (More) Affordable

Issue Twenty-two (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Simple Steps to Power Steering

Issue Twenty-three (see issue as it was originally emailed)

How to Teach a Horse to Pivot on Its Hindquarters

Issue Twenty-four (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Teach a Horse to Sidepass Toward You on the Ground

Issue Twenty-five (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Reins: 5 Tips to Improve Your Use

Issue Twenty-six (see issue as it was originally emailed)

How to Pick Up Your Reins Like a Pro

Issue Twenty-seven (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Train Your Horse to Travel Straight

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Leg Yields Without the Legs

Issue Twenty-nine (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Horses That Won't Go

Issue Thirty (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Leading A Stubborn Horse

Issue Thirty-one (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Lower Your Horse's Head

Issue Thirty-two (see issue as it was originally emailed)

6 Easy Ways to Improve Your Training

Issue Thirty-three (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Whoever Moves First Loses

Issue Thirty-four (see issue as it was originally emailed)

When Buying a Horse: 5 First-Timer Tips

Issue Thirty-five (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Neck Reining How-To

Issue Thirty-six (see issue as it was originally emailed)

Lungeing a Horse: How, When & Why

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Turning Horses: How to Fix Leaning Shoulders

Issue Forty-one (see issue as it was originally emailed)

When You Get On, Do This First

 

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Lyons Fact #729:
I don't ask the horse to stop. I just quit riding.

Lyons Fact #367:
The more you mess with the bit, the more you restrict movement.

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Lyons Fact #719:
Don't be a passenger. Work.

Lyons Fact #3906:
If your horse bucks, if he bolts, whatever he does, as soon as you look at the ground at where you think you're going to hit, that's where you're guaranteed to land.

 

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