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Episode 822 – Ranch Hands – Behind The Scenes

Julie Goodnight helps a ranch rider refine her rein cues for horsemanship patterns and reining. Bonus footage not seen on TV.
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Episode 805 – Pleasure Perfect

Julie Goodnight and Dale Myler talk about collection and bits for advanced Western shows.
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Canter Malfunctions

Top trainer Julie Goodnight helps you analyze your riding posture and prepare you for the perfect canter. Find out how rider errors contribute to wrong leads and more. By Julie Goodnight with Heidi Melocco Cantering
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Your Horse’s Quiet Place

Getting your horse to drop his head gives him a serene, quiet place to be. http://americashorsedaily.com/your-horses-quiet-place/#.VGaFJU10xet  
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Stop The Jig With Julie Goodnight

Is your horse “jiggy” and tense on the trail? Does he trot anxiously in place, refusing to move forward slowly and calmly? If so, you’re likely tense and worried that he’ll take off if you
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Horse Tip Daily #34 – Julie Goodnight On Trailer Safety

Horse Tip Daily #34 – Julie Goodnight on Trailer Safety: https://www.horseradionetwork.com/2009/08/horse-tip-daily-34-julie-goodnight-on-trailer-safety
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Horse Tip Daily #75 – Training an Off The Track Thoroughbred

Horse Tip Daily #75 – Julie Goodnight, clinician, trainer and host of the RFD-TV show “Horse Master with Julie Goodnight” is back to speak to us about dealing with the Off the Track Thoroughbred. http://horsetipdaily.horseradionetwork.com/horse-tip-daily-75-julie-goodnight-on-the-ottb/
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Tongue Trouble

Q Recently, while trail riding, a friend’s horse stuck his tongue out to the side as soon as she asked him to canter. Another friend said, “Oh look, her horse is licking and chewing. That
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Shut Down

Dear Julie, I’ve been thinking a lot about this problem, since I didn’t find that our instructor found the right thing to do. Instead of finding an answer, he did what a program told him
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Afraid Of The Canter Cue

Question: Dear Julie, When riding in the arena at the canter, for the first few strides my horse throws his head up in the air. Why is he doing this? Puzzled Answer: Dear Puzzled, This
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Head Down Cue

Check Your Horse’s Mouth and the Bit When you are having problems with a horse raising his head, the first thing to check is his mouth. Have your veterinarian examine his mouth to make sure
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Pulling On The Rein

Question: I have been riding for eight months at a stable and am taking classes once-twice a week as well as clinics. I bought a horse from the stables I go to, he is a
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High Headed Pony

Dear Julie, My pony keeps her head up when I’m attempting to ride her in a collected frame. When I first got her she was so nervous about the bit in her mouth and what
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Teach Your Horse To Slow Down

Speed Demon: Teach your horse to slow down on command Dear Julie, My 12-year-old Appendix Quarter Horse is always in a hurry—even to get around the arena! I’m always pulling back on her mouth to
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Safety Concerns: Stirrup Bar Safety Latches

Question Category: Safety Concerns Question: I have heard different opinions on whether or not to leave stirrup bar safety latches open on English saddles? What do you think? Answer: CHA advocates always leaving stirrup bar
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Riding Skills: Connecting And Coordinating The Natural Aids

Question Category: Riding Skills Question: How do you teach riders to use all the natural aids together–leg and rein aids? Answer: The natural aids are the best tools the rider has to communicate with the
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