Eclectic Horseman Issue No. 98
Roundtable – Staying in the Saddle
by Tom Moates
Riding is not just for the young! Tom interviews clinicians and older riders about the challenges of teaching and being a senior rider.
Bogus Ideas in Horsemanship –
No.2: Bigger Is Better by Deb Bennett, Ph.D.
Dr. Deb explores the trend of extra large horses and what that extra size means to both horse and rider.
Feeling What a Horse Needs Part 4 –
Beginning Groundwork by Tom Curtin
Tom continues his narration of starting a young horse. In this installment he does some basic groundwork and examines the situations that arise for horse and human.
A Third, A Third, A Third by Martin Black
Martin discusses the distribution of his weight in the saddle while riding. He discusses the hows and whys of this distribution.
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