Horse & Rider
Be A Better Rider
MASTER THE LEG YIELD
SHOW WITH CONFIDENCE
When Your Horse Needs A Specialist
Your Horse’s Health Team
We’d Love to Own: AQHA Babys Steady Star.
Avoid Key Rider Errors
Ring-Ready Ranch Knot
Which Blanket’s Best?
On the cover:
We Hear You: Horse kids’ overbooked lives.
From the Editor: Working with icons.
Private Lesson: Lynn Palm on the leg yield.
Bob Avila’s Winning Insights: Horse retirement.
Solutions: Brain-training for focus; food for riding.
Horsekeeping: Sheath cleaning do’s and don’ts.
Style: Ladylike longsleeve; little mocs for baby.
Talk: Quarter Horses in art; how often you ride.
Whole Horse Q&A: Is it colic, or colitis?
Conformation Clinic: Young Paint geldings.
You Said It: How you calm your horse down.
Health: Pain and aggression; protein needs.
Your Stories: Clyde gets a second chance.
Tricks to Showing From Your Trailer
Join the Herd!
Calm Those Nerves
From Our Blogs
Group and Solo Rides
PCR Panels for Diagnosis
She’s a Winner!
Protein Needs of Oldsters
38 to 48
Q: What is the disease hyperelastosis cutis?
Food for Riding
Ditch the Dull
First: Gelding C
Third: Gelding A
Second: Gelding B
How Things Go Wrong
Obstacle work for a reiner? You bet! I believe such work is good for any horse. Cross-training opportunities help you avoid the common rider error of too much drilling in one specialized event.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
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Horse & Rider - 2015-08-01
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