It’s Reining. It’s Pouring!
What is competitive reining all about?
Follow Angelea, as she meets with reining trainer and competitor, John Irish to learn about this competitive FEI sport that is growing in popularity. “Whoa” is given a WHOLE new meaning with this sports sliding stops!

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Comment by Zoi Smutz-Gee on April 17, 2010 at 9:55am
I ride at a reining stable where their horses work at lessons once their done their reining career and they live well into their 20s and 30s with no arthritis or even lameness 19/20 times. That's like saying yoga is bad for you. Reining, when done properly, is not harmful, just like any other equine sport. There are protective shoes and boots and hock protectors that a lot of ppl put on their horses during training to prevent any sort of injuries or complications that might occur in the short or long term.

So, I don't follow your logic, reining is bad because? Jumping is hard on joints, dressage is hard on muscles, racing is hard on joints and heart, rodeo, well let's not even go there.
Comment by Diana Beuchert on September 1, 2009 at 8:24am
Hey John, how can a sport that gradually diminishes the cartilage in the horse's joints and causes ringbone and arthritis become an FEI sport??? How do you reining people sleep at night knowing you're hurting the horses you supposedly love?

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