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Alice Debany Clero Interview
Alice Debany Clero

Get to know Alice Debany Clero from her introduction to the sport to her biggest influences. The international rider and coach talks about the experiences, the people and the horses that have helped shape her career and led to her post as coach of the Dubai Show Jumping Team.

Running Time: 12 minutes and 21 seconds

An Exercise to Keep the Rider’s Hands Still
Susan Deal

Before quiet hands are developed in a rider, it is very common to see beginners at the trot “posting with their hands.” In this free video tidbit from from ANRC Level 5 Rider, National Judge, and Steward, Susan Deal, we are introduced to an exercise that corrects this position mistake before it becomes a bad habit.

Running Time: 1 minute and 17 seconds

An Interview Featuring Her ASPCA Maclay National Championship Win - Short Version
Zazou Hoffman

Get to know Maclay Champion, Zazou Hoffman, from her introduction to the sport, to her biggest influences. In this exciting video youʼll get Zazou’s own play by play of the key moments from her win at the 2009 ASPCA Maclay National Championships aboard “Ivy.”

This is a condensed version of this interview. Click here for the full version, which is available to members or on a pay-per-view basis.

Running Time: 2 minutes and 7 seconds

An Interview with Carla Wennberg - Western Horsemanship Coach
Carla Wennberg

Join Carla as she takes us on a journey through her life and career and shares with us her passion for the sport. In this free video, we learn about her career as a championship rider and her teaching career at several prestigious universities with equestrian programs including; Colorado Sate University, University of Georgia, Martin Community College and St. Andrews University. But her favorite career highlight in the Western Horsemanship industry has been that of a judge. Carla has been a Quarter Horse Judge for 29 years, with 26 of that also spent as a National Snaffle Bit Association Judge and a National Reining Association Judge. She is also a FEI Steward for reining. Her goal is to share with others all the things she has learned throughout the years in hopes that her riders will gain the same appreciation and love for the industry as she has.

Running Time: 3 minutes and 2 seconds

Bernie Talks About His Greatest Influences
Bernie Traurig

Bernie pays tribute to some of the extraordinary instructors, riders and horsemen he has been privileged to learn from throughout his career - Vladimir Littauer, Stephan Von Vischy, Richard Wadjen, Bert DeNemethy, Johan Hinneman, Christolot Boylen, Rodney Jenkins, George MorrisBill Steinkraus, Frank Chapot & Mike Smithwick.

Running Time: 1 minute and 18 seconds

Bernie’s Must-Reads for the Die-Hard Equestrian
Bernie Traurig

Here’s a look at a handful of books that Bernie considers valuable reading for those looking to supplement their equestrian education.

Running Time: 3 mintues and 58 seconds


Links to Books Discussed in this Video

Note: Since some of these books are out of print, we highly suggest checking your local library. If the book isn’t found locally, the library can often times order them from other libraries/schools around the country for you. And the best part is, it's free! If you want to own a copy, we have provided some Amazon links for you, since that is a common place to buy. But you might also want to check out some used book stores for lower prices. A little research can save you some money.

Training Hunters Jumpers and Hacks by Harry D. Chamberin

Commonsense Horsemanship by Vladimir S. Littauer

Give Your Horse a Chance by Lt. Col. A. L. d’Endrody

Horse and Rider by Alois Podhajsky
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Hunter Seat Equitation by George Morris

The Dressage Horse by Harry Boldt

Progressive Dressage by Andre Jousseaume

The de Nemethy Method by Bertalan de Némethy

Reflections on Riding and Jumping by William Steinkraus

The USPC Manual of Horsemanship

101 Jumping Exercises for Horse & Rider by Linda L. Allen

Schooling and Riding the Sport Horse by Paul D. Cronin

Modern Gymnastics by Jim Wofford

Bert de Nemethys First Core U.S. Show Jumping Team 1957-1960

From 1957 to 1960 Bert de Nemethy’s first core U.S. Show Jumping Team consisted of Bill Steinkraus, George Morris, Frank Chapot & Hugh Wiley. During this period, Gordon Wright, one of the founding fathers of modern riding and the forward seat, documented on film these legendary riders and their incredible horses. Take a look back at this amazing original footage (over 50 years old) as our team competes in New York, Chicago, Dublin and Aachen. put together this video for the Show Jumping Hall of Fame where it plays in their museum in Kentucky. This is a condensed version of a full length feature that will be coming to this site soon.

Running Time: 8 minutes and 17 seconds

Calking Precautions
Bernie Traurig

Bernie demonstrates how to properly tighten and loosen calks.

To learn more about calking, click to view the topic: Calking Tips

Running Time: 1 minute and 10 seconds

Candice King Interview - Short Version
Candice King

Get to know Candice King from her introduction to the sport to her biggest influences.  In this interview, the Grand Prix veteran talks about the experiences, the people and the horses that have helped shape her successful career and what her goals are for the future.

This is a condensed version of this interview. Click here for the full version, which is available to members or on a pay-per-view basis.

Running Time: 2 minutes and 58 seconds


Cavalletti Safety Tip
Bernie Traurig

A few years ago, in preparation for a clinic abroad, Bernie asked the clinic host to have some cavalletti at hand in the arena. The host refused to provide them because two pony club members had recently been injured when their horses tripped over the cavalletti and fell on their riders. He has taken this information to heart, and since then he warns his students about the potential danger of cavalletti when they are negotiated the wrong way. Cavalletti can be an invaluable tool when schooling your horse, so find out how be safe out there and use them the right way.

Running Time: 1:19

Full Length Cavaletti Topics

Advanced Exercises To Develop A Better Eye: Part 2 by Bernie Traurig

Daily Pole Exercises by Armando Hassey

Dressage for Jumpers by George Morris

George Morris’ Key Steps to the Show Ring Part One by George Morris

Incorporating Cavaletti with Fences as Developed by Bert de Nemethy by Bernie Traurig

Pole Exercises by Judy Martin