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EH No.09 January/February 2003

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cover09Ten Questions with Bill Riggins (read online)
Meet Bill Riggins, a horseman from Colorado who makes his home in New Mexico raising horses and cattle.

Circling Up with Buck Brannaman
This simple groundwork exercise can help you build a better feel through the halter rope down to your horse’s feet.

The Mechanics of Movement by Carolyn Darley Miller 
This is the first in a series of articles that will link the mechanics of movement with the principles of training.

It’s the Little Things by Diane Longanecker
Diane helps us take a closer look at the ways we can stay on track—or get lost when it comes to the day-to-day details.

The Via Appia by Bettina Drummond (read online)
Follow Bettina in a walk into the past of the Iberian horse. His ancestors once helped create the greatest empire of its time.

Giving Up the Reins by Sylvana Smith
Bill Scott demonstrates how you can use the mental connection for bridleless riding.

Choosing Hay by Sue Stuska, Ed.D. (read online) 
With the country in a state of drought, finding hay has become increasingly difficult. Learn to evaluate the hay you buy.

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