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EH No.76 March/April 2014


cover76Cattle Loading with Joe Wolter by Patti Hudson
Joe Wolter offers some helpful advice on how to load cattle into a trailer without adding extra stress or turmoil into the situation.

The Education of an “Educated” Rider by Dr Deb Bennett
Dr. Deb chronicles her personal discoveries into the nature of learning and letting go of the idea of “resistance.”

Excerpt from 40 5-Minute Jumping Fixes by Wendy Murdoch
Wendy teaches you in this 5-Minute fix how to ground your foot to create a better base of support.

Does Your Horse Have a “People Problem”? Part 2 by Tom Dorrance as told to Jane Pattie

Pushing the Envelope­—Bit and Spur Maker Ernie Marsh Explains His Working Philosophies by A.J. Mangum

Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down? by Martin Black

Remembering Ray’s Horse Hondo by Milly Hunt Porter

A Clinic With Lisa Maxwell—A blending of disciplines in the French Classical Style report compiled by Sue Chiverton

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