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  • Finally! Resolve Your Horse’s Posture Problems and Poor Movement Patterns
    Have you found yourself trying to resolve one of the following challenges related to your horse’s posture or performance? • Rebuilding after an injury or extended time off. • Countering an unspecified weakness that prevents him from doing what you ask. • Improving stiff, uncoordinated, or short-strided gaits. • Softening a rigid or hollow topline. • Lightening […]
  • What’s Fascia? And What Does It Have to Do with Your Horse?
    It seems like after decades in the horse industry, all of a sudden, everyone is talking about fascia. This is that thin sheath of fibrous tissue that encloses the muscles and other organs, and apparently, it is really pretty important to your horse’s posture, movement, comfort, and performance. Huh. If you’re like us, all these years […]
  • Charlotte Dujardin Talks About the First Time She Saw Valegro
    Charlotte Dujardin and her charismatic horse Valegro burst onto the international sports scene with their record–breaking performance at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The world was captivated by the young woman with the dazzling smile and her dancing horse. The YouTube clip of their Freestyle performance has since had over 1.7 million views, and […]
  • Horses in Translation: Essential Lessons in Horse Speak
    In the fall of 2017 TSB released the book HORSE SPEAK, which took the international horse world by storm. Horse trainer and rehabilitation specialist Sharon Wilsie put to paper a practical system for “listening” and ” talking” to horses in their language instead of expecting them to comprehend ours. She called her system “Horse Speak,” and […]
  • Develop Riding Focus with the How Come Trick
    I don’t know about you, but we can always use a trick or two to get our horse lives (and the rest of our lives) in order. That means get our wheels on straight and our head in the game (and the dishes done, maybe, too, to boot). Lucky for us, we have equestrian sport […]
  • Dancing with Horses: Choreographer Paula Josa-Jones Explains How Horses Are Masters of Movement Language
      TSB is excited to announce a wonderful upcoming event at the Time Out Foundation—a 35-acre farm in beautiful northwest Connecticut that provides children and teens with the time, space, and experiences they need to create positive change in their lives. On May 20, 2018, from 3-5:00 pm, TSB author Paula Josa-Jones will present a playful, collaborative […]
  • Bestselling Equestrian DVDs Now Streaming!
    The way we watch our favorite television shows and movies is changing—we want access to the programming we love where and when it works in our busy lives. Nothing could be truer for the active horseperson: Whether we want to illustrate a point for a student on our smartphones, cue up a training video on […]
  • George Morris REALLY Said That? 21 “Georgisms” That Can Change Your Horse Life
    There’s nothing quite like the amazing array of George-Morris-memes that float around the internet. They are funny and harsh and thoughtful and on point…some of them are probably even true. Here are a few you may not have seen yet that George Morris actually DID say—ponder them, perhaps allow them to help improve your horsemanship. […]
  • Join TSB Authors at Equine Affaire Ohio!
      Are you headed to the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio, for Equine Affaire this weekend? April 12-15, you’ll find a crew of TSB authors collected in one place and presenting on the subjects they know and love best, along with many other experts from across the equine industry. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity […]
  • The Real Reason You Shouldn’t Look Down While Riding
    We’ve all heard it over the years: “Don’t look down!” And maybe, “You look at the ground and that’s where you’ll end up!” The real reason we shouldn’t look down while we’re riding doesn’t have as much to do with running into things or falling off as it does with the horse’s ability to perform. […]

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