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From Youth Rider to Professional Trainer - How Josh Shino Became One To Watch in the Arabian World
Corro Stories - Tue Oct 06 2020
From Youth Rider to Professional Trainer - How Josh Shino Became One To Watch in the Arabian World
In the world of Arabian horses, Josh Shino has made the impressive jump from youth rider to full-time professional trainer, running his own facility—Shino Training Center—within only a few short years. We sat down with the 19-time National Champion to discuss his journey breaking into the training industry, what things have helped mold his training techniques, and the benefits of learning multiple riding disciplines.
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It’s Clipping Season: The Ultimate Guide To Clipping Your Horse
Corro Stories - Fri Oct 02 2020
It’s Clipping Season: The Ultimate Guide To Clipping Your Horse
It's clipping season! If your horse needs one last good clipping before growing in their winter coat or needs some trimming to help keep their coat manageable for the season, we've created the ultimate guide to help you give your horse the perfect clip job. From prepping your horse to helping choose the right blade size, we've covered everything you need to make clipping season a little less hairy!
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What It Takes to Be a Professional Polo Player with Jared Sheldon
Corro Stories - Thu Sep 24 2020
What It Takes to Be a Professional Polo Player with Jared Sheldon
From the outside world, watching a polo match, especially a professional polo match, can look so seamless that many people may not realize how difficult or dangerous it can be or the hard work and training that is involved. We spoke with Jared Sheldon, a 4-goal handicap professional polo player who competes in California, Texas, and New York to learn more about what it takes to be successful at the top level – both from a rider and horse perspective.
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Horse Conditioning for Top Performance
Corro Stories - Wed Sep 16 2020
Horse Conditioning for Top Performance
Horse training is essential for getting a horse to perform the task at hand, but conditioning is the key a horse's ability to execute every maneuver with energy and confidence. Learn how to create a comprehensive conditioning program by setting goals, creating benchmarks, and more to help your horse perform at their best, as well as avoid soreness, injury, and fatigue.
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How Jordan Allen Stays Focused & Sets Goals For The Future While Social Distancing
Corro Stories - Tue Aug 25 2020
How Jordan Allen Stays Focused & Sets Goals For The Future While Social Distancing
There’s no greater gift than being able to spend your time around horses. And no one knows that truth more than Jordan Allen. As a junior rider, she climbed the ranks in the hunters and equitation as a working student for Ashland Farms. Now, having finished her first year of college, you would think so much has changed. That may be, but her love for horses and spending any moment she can with them certainly has not. Find out how Allen has been spending her time during the pandemic, her plans for the future, her tips and tricks for riding different horses, and more.
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How Do Horses Get Thrush & What Is The Best Thrush Treatment: Tips & Myth Busters For Equine Thrush
Corro Stories - Fri Aug 21 2020
How Do Horses Get Thrush & What Is The Best Thrush Treatment: Tips & Myth Busters For Equine Thrush
Thrush is a common, relatively non-threatening bacterial and fungal infection found mainly in the central groove of the hoof and regions adjacent to the frog. However, if left chronically untreated, infection and inflammation can spread to cause more debilitating cases of lameness. Learn how to identify and treat thrush, as well as the truth behind common myths associated with this type of infection.
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Overcoming Fear and Getting Back On The Horse After a Bad Fall
Corro Stories - Tue Aug 18 2020
Overcoming Fear and Getting Back On The Horse After a Bad Fall
Falling off a horse feels like a right of passage that every equestrian will come to head with at least once. Hopefully, you're able to get right back up and back on your horse. However, sometimes a fall can take a toll on you—both physically and mentally. After all, you just survived being flung from a 1,200 pound, half-wild animal. Learn how Bethann Coldiron recently recovered from a bad fall that left her with a concussion, broken collarbone, and a fear that sometimes felt worse than the physical injuries to find her groove again back in the saddle.
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