The Association of British Riding Schools
Training & Education


Feature articles:

TRUST : (An emotional bank account) by Shane Dowinton, of Horizon Horseback Adventures

How Horses Learn And Think by Scot Hansen
Conditioning and Stretching for the Rider by Scot Hansen

“Establishing a Proper Relationship with Equine”
Part I: The Basics by Rick Harper
Part II: Understanding by Rick Harper
Part III: Communication by Rick Harper
Part IV: Confidence by Rick Harper
Part V: Respect by Rick Harper
Part VI: Trust by Debbie Harper

Understanding your 'hot' horse and tips to help him by Kim Keppick

Tendencies of the Typical Horse out on the Trail By Judi Daly

Rambunctious Trail Horses by Judi Daly

Ranger and the River
by Ellen Daly

Mingo and the Big Hill
by Judi Daly

Welcome to "Riding In The New Age!" with Mary Murray

The Training Mythunderstandings series, by Ron Meredith

Safety First . . .The Frank Bell Training Philosophy

Beyond Condition-Response by Rick Harper - please click here
"Problem" horses, zebra, and zebra hybrids are not for everyone, but maybe from reading this and future articles you will gain a deeper understanding of all the equines that you interact with.


Clicker Training

Classical Riding & The Classical Riding Club by Sylvia Loch

Foundation Training with Chuck Mintzlaff


Articles and tips on training horses.

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Useful exercises and help for riders
of all standards





* Proper Education & Becoming Employable
* Equestrian Education: Where it All Begins
It's Hard to Get Back to Basics When You Haven't Been There to Start

Becoming a "Natural"
by Ron Meredith President, Meredith Manor International Equestrian Centre
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Meet Top Trainers
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