Riding Instruction, Uncategorized Teaching ‘the Seat’ No Comments 7 September, 2018 The (nearly) lost art of teaching fundamental concepts When it comes to riding instruction – especially around the difficult task… Read More Uncategorized Good Brushes: More Everything for Your Buck 1 Comment 8 November, 2017 Why you should use the best grooming brushes you can find…and where to find them. If you own or lease… Read More Uncategorized No bridle, no problem! No Comments 27 October, 2017 How bitless isn’t all the rage… Every horse is different – when it comes to mouth shape and sensitivity. Some… Read More Uncategorized Riding in Lightness – 5 Steps the Get YOU Started 2 Comments 27 July, 2015 Lightness is the precondition for suppleness. Suppleness starts with the rider! 5 Simple Steps to Lightness are… Read More Uncategorized Get Your Groom On: A product review of sorts No Comments 3 June, 2015 It is always great to hear when someone gets good results with some of the How To’s I provide. Especially… Read More Uncategorized What Exactly is Dressage? Or “How fancy are your pants?” No Comments 30 May, 2015 “Does Dressage Need a Makeover to Attract a Mass Audience?” This headline appeared in social media this morning, linking to… Read More Uncategorized World Leaders on Horseback~ Happy Presidents Day to My US readers! No Comments 16 February, 2015 Excellent article about world leaders of the past and their steeds. Read More Horse Maintenance, Horse Wellness, Masterson Method, Uncategorized Winter Wellness: How to Support Your Horse’s Leg Soundness during Winter 2 Comments 20 December, 2011 It’s that time of year again here in the Midwest and elsewhere… hard, frozen ground exascerbates the impact on the… Read More Horse Wellness, Uncategorized The Good Ole’ ‘Carrot Stretch’: A Little Yoga for Your Horse 2 Comments 21 February, 2011 During my equine bodywork practice I work mostly with horses who are suffering from performance limitations due to restrictions in… Read More Uncategorized Horizontal meets vertical: the rider’s role in keeping the horse sound. 1 Comment 21 January, 2010 During my equine bodywork practice, I occasionally encounter horses with unexplained lameness or restrictions. Vet, farrier and saddle fitter have… Read More 1 of 212Next » Recent PostsRecent CommentsCategoriesConnect on Facebook Contact Us Schedule a bodywork or Path to Performance™ session, a seminar or a talk. I'll be happy to hear from you! Beloit, WI (USA) +1 608 513 8777 Stef@ReinholdsHorseWellness.com Services HomeAbout Articles Of Muzzle Loaders, Poets & the Art of Riding The Original Source of the Training Scale Blog Cart Checkout Contact Events My account Services Shop Availability Mondaynot availableTuesday8:00 am - 5:00 pmWednesday08:00 am - 12:00 pmThursday8:00 am - 5:00 pmFriday8:00 am - 5:00 pmSaturday9:00 - 1:00 pm Sundaynot available Please inquire availability for talks and seminars. © Copyright Reinhold's Horse Wellness 2018. All rights reserved.