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EH No.28 March/April 2006


cover28Making The Right Thing Comfortable with Bryan Neubert (read online) 
A simple suggestion on how to respond to a horse who wants to keep looking at you out of one eye.

Should You Start Your Own Colt? by Sylvana Smith (read online)  
Struggling with this important decision? Sylvana helps you reason through whether you’re the right rider for the job.

Out of the Spotlight… Calling All Hands by Gwynn Turnbull Weaver 
A thought-provoking essay on the inherent tension between the show world and hearts of horsemen.In

In Search Of the Perfect Circle by Wendy Murdoch (read online) 
Wendy examines this basic riding exercise that is ridden often but rarely ridden well.

Managing Fear Into Courage by Martin Black (read online) 
Martin offers suggestions on how you can build your horse’s courage by how you respond to his fears.

Equibalance Pilates for Riders: Part 6 Shoulders with Julie Leiken  
A series of exercises to encourage stability and flexibility in your shoulders.

Basic Trail Etiquette by Sue Stuska Ed.D. (read online) 
Sue takes you through the basics of safe and considerate trail riding, a great review as we head into spring!

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