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cover-2-16How to Make Sure Your New Year’s Goals Never Fail by Barbra Schulte

Prepare to Ride in the Hackamore by Al Dunning

The Daisy Exercise by Sandy Collier

Finding the Right Trainer for Your Horse by Martha Josey

Look Out For Equine Magnets by Richard Winters

STOP ON WHOA by Clinton Anderson

So, You Think You’re
In Charge Now?
by Doug Lindgren

COWBOY or TRUE HORSEMAN by Craig Cameron

With Foals, Timing is Everything by Pat Parelli

WARM UP ROUTINE by Lynn Palm

Alfalfa and the Insulin Resistant Horse by Juliet M. Getty, Ph. D

Correct Correction by Dick Pieper

The Five Easy Pieces by Les Vogt

Giving barrel racers and other horses that compete in timed events the treatment they deserve can pay off for both you and your horse by Jim Masterson

and many more!

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