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EH No.86 November/December 2015


Perfecting Lateral Flexion by Diane Longanecker
Buck Brannaman offers help on how to correct improper lateral flexion once you have discovered that it needs addressing.

Working with Stock Dogs Horseback by Tom Moates
Bryan Neubert and Mindy Bower discuss how helpful a good stock dog can be and various thoughts on how they can help you with your horsemanship too.

Thoughts for Handling Weanlings with Sean Sowa
More helpful advice for starting the halter breaking process with your young horse. Sean offers some helpful suggestions on specific activities and general approaches.

Walk – Trot – Canter by Jec Aristotle Ballou
Learn to take advantage of the different strength building advantages of each gait.

Buck Brannaman Clinic; Morgan Hill, California Colt Starting Brannaman Style by Debirah Wilson
Learn more about this unique invitational colt starting clinic.

Letting Go  – An Essay by Alicia Byberg-Landman
Thoughts on good horsemanship and learning to let go.

Elko Poetry Gathering – Report by Maddy Butcher
A recap of the 2015 event and looking forward to the 2016 event.

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