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EH No.10 March/April 2003


cover10Ten Questions with Gwynn Turnbull (read online)
Meet the woman behind the Californios Ranch Roping and Stock Horse contest held annually in Red Bluff, California.

Insight Gained On Board A Runaway by Diane Longanecker
A lesson learned on noticing where things start to shape up to go wrong.

Installing Your Emergency Brake System with Bryan Neubert 
Bryan demonstrates a simple exercise that you can do with your colts to help connect your rein right down to their feet.

A Visit With Chuck Stormes; President of the Traditional Cowboy Arts Assoc. (read online) 
Chuck visits about the TCAA, the goals of the association and his role as president.

The Story of Bud, Part 3 by Cheryl Kimball 
Cheryl continues her story of starting and riding her horse Bud.

Advancing the Mental Connection by Sylvana Smith
In the final installment of this series, Bill Scott explores ways of taking bridleless riding further.

Signs of Sickness by Sue Stuska, Ed.D. (read online)
New horse owners often find it difficult to know if their horse’s behavior is normal or if he is sick. Sue offers some helpful guidelines.

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