Expert Advice Jumping

Jumping for fun with Ben Hobday

Mixing up your training regime with some unconventional exercises will strengthen you and your horse as a partnership, says eventer Ben Hobday Read Article

Banish your jumping nerves

Will you do anything to get out of jumping? Don’t worry, sometimes conquering your fears can be more simple than you think Read Article

Improve your jumping position

Developing a secure, stable jumping position will help you be more effective over fences. Here’s four common position problems and how to put them right Read Article

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Five exercises to try this week

Stay safe over fences

Five creative pole work exercises

Get better connected with Tina Cook

Make your horse more adjustable showjumping with Tina Cook

Cross-country confidence with Tina Cook

Tackle ditches and angled fences with Nick Gauntlett

Winter training – part 2

Cross-country school from your arena

How to win a working hunter class

Jumping bigger

How to keep your horse focused

Stairway to heaven

How to get the distance when jumping

Izzy Taylor’s Cross Country Secrets

How to jump ditches

Three gridwork exercises you can do at home

Conquer cross-country at home

Introducing your ex-racehorse to jumping

Stride guide

Tina Fletcher’s top jumping tips

Five simple steps to improve your horse’s jump

Easy ways to get a clear round

Solve your jumping problems with our easy grids!

Cross-country made simple with Harry Meade

Build jumping confidence with Jock Paget

Harry Meade fixes 11 common problems with one exercise

Improve your horse’s jump

Sam Griffith’s three easy steps to jumping clear

Getting the most out of your gridwork

Perfect polework with Pippa Funnell

Cross-country made simple with Harry Meade

Going the distance

Jump clear every time!

Avoid the rush

A little respect: Focus point

Get your horse fit for competition

How can I stop my horse rushing fences?

Cross-country schooling with Pippa Funnell

No more refusals, with Pippa Funnell’s XC lessons

Perfect polework: part one

Perfect polework: part two

Tim Stockdale Series – Chapter 2, Polework

Tim Stockdale series – Chapter 3, Strides to fillers

Tim Stockdale – Chapter 4, lengthening and shortening a stride

Tim Stockdale – Chapter 5, Riding a course in a nutshell

Tim Stockdale – Chapter 6, dealing with rushing, how your horse uses his shoulder

Tim Stockdale – Chapter 7, Why a horse rushes, training a youngster not to rush and landing on the correct leads

Tim Stockdale – Save time in a jump-off

How to jump with confidence. Part 1

Mary King’s top training tweaks

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