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Eclectic Horseman Communications Inc., was founded in September of 2001 to serve the community of horse owners searching for educational resources. Starting with the acclaimed bi-monthly magazine and companion Web site, EHC has included a long list of professional services comprised of video production, web and print design and much more. EHC continually to looks for new ways to connect horse owners to the information, products and community they seek.

Words of Wisdom from Ray Hunt

Written by EHC This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.16 “I have spent most of my life around horses. When I was growing up,...

All I wanted was a simple two-track.

Written by Barbara Weiss  All I wanted was a simple two-track. "Jesus, Mary, Joseph, Tai," I said this out loud, as if my four-year-old Paint mare...

Borderland

Written by Constance Brown Last week in the pasture along the creek by the dying cottonwood thicket, I stood on my horse's off side combing...

If Wishes Were Horses

Barbara Weiss has been a student of Natural Horsemanship for five years. She has come to believe that Natural Horsemanship is the best path...

Remembering Tom Dorrance

Written by Eclectic Horseman A collection of memories from Eclectic Readers about the late Tom Dorrance. Connie Brown: I never knew Tom Dorrance but all...

Ten Questions Answered by Pedro Marquez

Written by Eclectic Horseman 1. How did you get involved with horses? I grew up on a ranch in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado....

Ten Questions Answered by Gwynn Turnbull Weaver

Written by Eclectic Horseman 1. How did you get involved with horses? I was an eastern-born, California-raised "town kid," the proverbial black sheep when it came...

A visit with Chuck Stormes

Written by Eclectic Horseman Chuck Stormes: Saddlemaker and President of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Association EH: What was the inspiration for starting the TCAA? CS:...

A Primer on Old Indian Tricks & Natural Horsemanship

Written by Tom Hebert This is taken from the volume, "Hooked on Horses," of the Final Report to the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian...

Cowboy John

Ol’ Joe jumped up in the gooseneck With Dunny, side by side Even the horses seemed fired up To take this little ride We were...
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