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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.

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...

Ten Questions Answered by Bill Riggins

Written by Eclectic Horseman 1. How did you get involved with horses? I was raised on a ranch in LaVeta, Colorado, where I day worked and...

Ten Questions Answered by Jack Young

Written by Eclectic Horseman 1. How did you get involved with horses? We raised Quarter Horses and my dad rodeoed when I was a kid. I've...

Ten Questions Answered by Melanie Smith Taylor

Written by Eclectic Horseman 1. How did you get involved with horses? I grew up on a small farm and inherited my mother's love of horses....

Ten Questions Answered by Terry Church

Written by Eclectic Horseman 1. How did you get involved with horses? I saw my first horse when I was two years old and knew...

Ten Questions Answered by Joyce Harman DVM, MRCVS

Written by Eclectic Horseman 1. How did you get involved with horses? Horses were in my blood. As I have been told, I cannot...

The Ten-Minute Horseman

Written by Sylvana Smith This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.2 Those quick feeding-time or social visits can build—or undermine—your relationship with your horse. I...

How Groundwork Relates to Riding Part 2

With Mindy Bower A simple thing that many people miss Situation: When I first watched Ginsor’s owner work him on the ground, the first word that came...

Dance Class 101 with Buck Brannaman

Story and photos by Emily Kitching,  This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.2 The analogy of the dance is one that is commonly used...
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