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July 2021 – Performance Horse Digest

Performance Horse Digest - July 2021

Performance Horse Digest – July 2021

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Performance Horse Digest – Featuring: Al Dunning, Pat Parelli, Clinton Anderson, Martha Josey, Lynn Palm, Craig Cameron, Richard Winters, Mike Major, Barbra Schulte, Sandy Collier, Monty Bruce, Dick Pieper, Dr. Robert M. Miller, Dr. Juliet M. Getty, and more! LEARN FROM THE PROS!

Table of Contents

by Al Dunning
In the Working Cow Horse classes, a highly successful run includes your horse’s position to control the cow, the ability of the rider to read the cow properly, and a cow with speed and some respect for the horse.
 
by Chevy (Siobhan) Allen
You’ve probably heard the buzzwords of “living authentically” and “being genuine” used by positive psychologists as a way to describe how to achieve happiness and live better.
 
by Doug Lindgren
Here we are again, finding time to come up with some words of wisdom… It seems like the months get shorter each time, and I find it more and more difficult to keep up.
 
by David Slipka
Are you being honest with your horse or are you lying? How well are you communicating with your horse, to your horse?
 
by Ken McNabb
This month we are going to focus on my Road to the Horse colt Dandy.
 
by Martha Josey & Ashley Schenck
There are a lot of factors to consider when riding horses competitively.
 
by Richard Winters
If you handle enough horses, you will eventually come across one that is head shy to one extent or another.
 
by Barbra Schulte
It’s so easy as a thinking human to stay in our minds instead of feeling our horse beneath us moment to moment.
 
by Clinton Anderson
A well-trained horse is the same calm, respectful, dependable and safe partner no matter if he’s being ridden alone or in a large group of horses or he’s being asked to break away from the group and ride off by himself.
 
by Dr. Harlan Anderson, DVM
I want to start by saying I am a big believer in testing hay. I raise all the hay I work with on our family farm.
 
by Craig Cameron
How do I get more and better control of my horse?
 
by Dennis Cappel
As Horsemen, I believe it is part of our work to be constantly reading a horse’s outward signs of their inward feelings.
 
by Julie I. Fershtman
You’re about to apply for equine mortality insurance on your new horse.
 
by Mike Major
When you establish rate with your horse, you establish control.
 
by Lynn Palm
When it comes to practicing your dressage test, you can use a “call person” or memorize the test. The choice is yours
 
by Dick Pieper
How does a rider achieve that? How does any rider time his stop cue perfectly to put the horse in the most effective position to stop well?
 
by Sandy Collier
I thought it would be an interesting detour to explore how horses see, and how that relates to our understanding them when it comes to training.
 
SPECIAL SECTIONS
 
by Jaclyn Krymowski for Resero Genomics
 
 

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