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The US Team at Aachen
George Morris

Prepare to be captivated by this priceless look back at the United States Equestrian Team as they compete at the iconic horse show in Aachen, Germany in 1960. With insightful narration by the one and only George Morris and classic footage by Gordon Wright, you’ll see a virtual who’s who from the Show Jumping Hall of Fame. Legends like Bill Steinkraus and Frank Chapot and magnificent horses like Nautical and Riviera Wonder show us why this was an era when the US dominated the sport.

Running Time: 6 minutes and 38 seconds

The Yard

Meet the Montgomery Family. Vickie, Pat & Tory Montgomery have built an incredible rehabilitation center, The Yard Equine Center, from the ground up. Find out how this close-knit family has followed a path fueled by their shared passion that has lead to the creation of this peaceful retreat for recovering horses.

Running Time: 10 minutes and 12 seconds

The “Nip Up” - A Half-Halt Technique for Your Horse
Bernie Traurig

Are you looking to correct a horse with a carriage that is too low or is too heavy on the forehand?

In this free video tip, Bernie Traurig teaches us a very handy tool all equestrians should have in their riding toolbox. One of his versions of a half-halt that is simple to do, he calls a “nip up.” This can be used in many instances, especially on a horse that is too low in its carriage or is too heavy on the forehand. Bernie demonstrates how to use this technique properly and effectively without hanging on the horse’s mouth. Ultimately, this should be an invisible and soft correction that you should only use when absolutely necessary so it remains meaningful. This technique can also be found in the books by Vladimir Littauer (Commonsense Horsemanship) and Gordon Wright (Horsemanship & Horsemastership) where it is defined as a Half-Halt.

Running Time: 2 minutes and 49 seconds

Tim McQuay & Tom McCutcheon - In The Spotlight Interview - Short Version
Tom McCutcheon & Tim McQuay

Get to know Tim McQuay & Tom McCutcheon from their introduction to the sport of reining to their biggest influences.  In this interview, veteran reiners, Tim and his son-in-law Tom, talk about the experiences, the people and the horses that have helped shape their stellar careers.

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 16 seconds

Val Renihan - In The Spotlight Interview - Short Version
Val Renihan

Get to know Val Renihan from her introduction to the sport to her biggest influences.  In this interview, the highly respected rider, coach and clinician talks about the experiences, the people and the horses that have helped shape her successful career.

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: 3 minutes and 1 second

Western Horsemanship - Mental Preparation for Pattern Work
Carla Wennberg

Carla Wennberg, coach, judge and FEI steward, introduces her Western Horsemanship video series with a free lesson about the mental preparation of the rider required to perform a horsemanship pattern at a show. Carla’s strategy for the success of her riders calls for repeated rehearsal and practice of the pattern. She suggests riders walk and talk the pattern on foot to get comfortable with the arena and to lay out the visuals to complete the pattern work. It is important for the rider to talk through their thought process so  any corrections can be made before getting on the horse. Proper mental preparation gives the rider confidence and helps them win events.

Running Time: 6 minutes and 53 seconds

When to Graduate from Jodhpurs to Tall Boots
Susan Deal

In this free tidbit, Susan discusses the right time for young riders to go from a look we typically associate with ponies to the more sophisticated, older look of tall boots.

Running Time: 1 minute and 44 seconds

Where to Hold the Reins in 2 Point Position
Susan Deal

Another great free video tidbit from ANRC Level 5 Rider, National Judge, and Steward Susan Deal! Often new riders need a guide in order to adjust the reins to the appropriate length.  This quick tip shows how strategically placed knots in the reins can be an invaluable tool to instill the proper feel of hand/mouth connection. These knots can replace colored reins when showing or hunting and also give a rider something to hold on to to keep them from slipping.

Running Time: 57 seconds

Will Simpson - An Interview Featuring His Olympic Ride
Bernie Traurig & Will Simpson

Get to know Will Simpson from his introduction to the sport, to his biggest influences.  In this exciting video youʼll get Willʼs own play by play of his brilliant 2008 Olympic Jump-Off round aboard Carlsson Vom Dach that resulted in Team Gold!

Running Time: 7 minutes and 59 seconds
 

‪2012 IHSA National Championship Experience‬
Bernie Traurig

Take an inside look at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association, behind the scenes at the 2012 National Championships, the Collegiate students that participated, The judges, and the people that make the IHSA “Genius.”

Running Time: 8 minutes and 45 seconds