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EH No.56 November/December 2010


cover56Personal Space by Martin Black
Martin encourages people to have a better understanding of keeping a safe distance from their horses in certain situations.

Know Where the Feet are with Bob King
Bob presents a simple and straightforward way of learning where all your horse’s feet are in the walk.

A Look at “Swinging” a Saddle Up Onto a Horse with Diane Longanecker
Diane explores one of those “little things that make a big difference,” the why’s and how’s of swinging a saddle smoothly onto your horse’s back.

How Horses Work – Installment #6 Raising The Base of The Neck with Deb Bennett, Ph.D.
Dr. Deb continues her series on understanding the biomechanics of horsemanship exercises and the anatomy of these foundation exercises.

The Art of Craftsmanship by Steve Bell
Steve shares his experiences attending the 12th annual Traditional Cowboy Artist’s Association event and auction in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Roy Jackson: Western Hatmaker by Heather Smith Thomas
A profile of Roy Jackson, a Salmon, Idaho hatmaker who builds custom hats and brings old hats back to life.

The Weaning by Tom Moates
Tom shares some of his lessons and the experiences that can only come from raising a youngster.

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