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EH No.62 Nov/Dec 2011


cover62Why They Do What They Do by Martin Black
Martin discusses general horsemanship principles and offers suggestions to help us understand our horses and their motivations.

Reins Connected to the Feet with Buck Brannaman
Buck demonstrates how to back a horse on the ground in a snaffle. A simple task, but another way to help connect your reins down to your horse’s feet.

Turn on the Forehand Part 2 by Terry Church
Terry continues her exploration of the competitive dressage movement, the turn on the forehand.

A Flexible Approach— Backing and Turnarounds with Joe Wolter
Joe demonstrates a simple way to introduce a young horse to backing and turnarounds. He also discusses having a flexible frame of mind when working with your horse.

How Horses Work – Installment #10 The Right Aim in Backing Up with Deb Bennett, Ph.D.
Dr. Deb explores both the mental and physical components of horse and rider in the back up.

Equine Herpes Virus-1 and -4: Vaccination and Managed Avoidance Are the Best Strategies by Sue Stuska Ed.D.
Sue outlines the basics of diagnosis, prevention and treatment.

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