Eclectic Horseman Issue No. 119
Visits with Lester Buckley – What are the most important qualities for a successful student of horsemanship to possess? By Tom Moates
An illuminating discussion about the learning process and techniques and strategies for becoming or staying a successful student of horsemanship.
The Truth About Scratches, Mud Fever, and Waffle Foot By Deb Bennett, Ph.D.
In the final installment of this series Dr. Deb explores a final category of problematic plants you might discover in your pasture.
Feeling What a Horse Needs Part 6 By Tom Curtin
In this installment Tom demonstrates preparing a horse to be saddled and some methods for encouraging your horse to help you saddle him.
From a Conversation with a Potential Client – An Essay By Nahshon Cook
Is Your Horse Doing His Part By Maintaining Gait? By Dave Ellis
It is your horse’s job to maintain his gait, how can you encourage him hold up his end of the deal.