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Eclectic Horseman Issue No.96

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July/August 2017

Bogus Ideas in Riding and Training – No.1: Center of Gravity by Deb Bennett, Ph.D.
In the first part of a series Dr. Deb examines some of the biomechanical flaws in our understanding of “Center of Gravity” as it applies to the horse.

What are the shoulders doing? by Martin Black
Martin shares his thoughts on how to determine proper shoulder position and what knowing where the shoulders are means to the horse.

Rocky Mountain Ranch Roping and Stock Horse Association by Tom Moates
Learn more about the founding and vision of the Rocky Mountain Ranch Roping Association.

Feeling What a Horse Needs Part 2 – Getting Ready to Saddle by Tom Curtin
Tom saddles a young horse for the first time and discusses his observations. This is a unique opportunity to learn about the subtle changes he sees and how he adjusts.

Mentor to Mentor by Kent Frecker
Mentoring comes full circle.

Neubert and Rieman added to BHPS by Maddy Butcher
More excitement about this October’s Best Horse Practices Summit.

1 review for Eclectic Horseman Issue No.96

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    smbeavis

    Hi Emily, Being an avid reader of the Eclectic Horseman Magazine, eagerly looking forward to its arrival with enthusiasm and the knowing that another piece of the horsemanship puzzle will fall into place by reading and studying the articles within.
    I would like to mention all the mind boggling articles that I have read but will choose one by Dr Deb Bennett, Ph.D that influenced me greatly. The article “Bogus ideas in riding and training.” I have gone back to this article many times and each time it is read something new is learned. The Dorsal Ligament System and its functions, from tongue to hind , braces in tounge, jaw and poll, and the outcome of such in the hind joints. Wonderfully written by such a knowledgeable person. Thank you so much for all the articles they all help us grow into better humans for our horses. Best wishes from Spain.

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