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EH Issue No.51- Electronic Version

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January/February 2010

Flagging From Your Horse by Martin Black
Martin, building on previous articles, discusses the benefits and basics of flagging another horse from your saddle horse.

How Horses Work – Installment #1 The Anatomy of the Soft Feel with Deb Bennett, Ph.D.
Dr. Deb starts her series on understanding the biomechanics of horsemanship exercises and the anatomy of the soft feel.

Winter Projects Part 2 with Jeff Derby
Building on the article in the last issue, Jeff guides his horse over the bridge and elaborates on when to know your horse is ready.

Learning Feel by Wendy Murdoch
Wendy explores the concept of feel and examines the commonly held idea that feel cannot be taught.

Peter Campbell Donates Clinic Spots by Michelle Julian
Michelle Julian, of the Nebraska Humane Society, recounts her experiences attending a Peter Campbell clinic with an “adoptee.”

Superheroes and Butter Knives by Julie Arkison
Julie shares her challenges and successes with her horse Keegan under the tutelage of Bettina Drummond.


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1 review for EH Issue No.51- Electronic Version

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    unicorrussell

    This issue has Dr. Deb Bennett’s “How Horses Work Installment 1: The Anatomy of The Soft Feel” and it, along with the following series of articles is enlightening and provides a lot of guidance to hands-on work to do with your horse. “Feel” often seems vague and many riders have never been taught how to help their horses. Dr. Deb’s beautiful illustrations illuminate joint direction and how to go about encouraging the horse to release. Wendy Murdoch’s article on learning feel in this same issue is the perfect follow-on.

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