RIDE RIGHT//NOV-DEC 2015 Online extra! For Julie Goodnight’s tip on using color-coded reins for kids, go to TrailRider.com. Choose the Right Reins Learn how choose the right reins, and use them safely on the
Resources for bits
Why would you use a rawhide nose band to achieve results with a lighter touch? Why not just do the training to have the horse understand the lighter pressure with a softer nose band? Rawhide
Julie Goodnight assists a married couple as they ride together on the trails. Bonus footage not seen on TV.
Julie Goodnight teaches a horse to go downhill slowly, without bolting.
Julie Goodnight teaches a rider to cross trail obstacles.
Julie Goodnight explains how respect on the ground translates to obedience in the saddle.
Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler help a strong, young jumping prospect gain control.
I’ve been having too much fun this week taking a private bitting clinic from Dale Myler, of Myler Bits USA. Dale was kind enough to come and give us his undivided attention for a couple
Julie Goodnight: How to clean your bit, why bits change color (Myler) http://www.pinterest.com/pin/506232814337981253/
Question: Dear Julie, My question to you is what is your opinion of Myler bits? I came across a book recently that talked about the Myler comfort snaffle. I was surprised to learn that not
Horse Master How To “Get it Straight” Helping a frustrated rider find the right bit and cue her horse to move straight ahead By Julie Goodnight In the Horse Master episode we named “Get it
Question Category: Issues from the Saddle Question: Dear Julie, I recently purchased my second horse, a twelve-year-old gelding. He has impeccable ground manners and is a pleasure to ride on trails but as soon as
Question Category: Talk about Tack Question: Julie, How do I know what bits to try on a horse that is new to me? And can I ride western (neck rein) in a bit without leverage?
Question Category: Talk about Tack Question: How do you fit curb chains to horses for curb bits and kimberwicke bits? How do you properly test the pressure of the curb chain? Answer: There is information
“The Bit Event” Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler help an eventing horse find the right bit.
“Curb Appeal” Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler help a rider transition from snaffle to curb bit.