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See the 2008 Article Index >> Feature articles appear in bold; the month and page number are listed; columns and departments contain the following abbreviations:(SS) -Skills and Solutions(EA) -English Arena(HH) -Hat to Hoof(MH) -Making Headlines(LH) -Life With Horses(LR) -Life of...

Color Coordinated

Bling. Nowadays it’s found everywhere, from oversized jewelry to bedazzled clothing and embellished manicures. It seems like human nature to be drawn to flashy objects. In the world of horses, the American Paint Horse fills the niche for a...

Great Clips

Horse-care expert Kylie Lyman, who manages Olympic event rider Robert Costello’s Tanglewood Farm in Southern Pines, N.C., says a good pair of clippers, along with organized preparation, practical know-how and a relaxed horse, make clipping easier. Follow along as...

Personality Plus

So many times we fall in love for all the wrong reasons. Just as it happens in human relationships, with horses we’re often initially attracted by appearances or preconceived ideas. All too frequently people buy horses based on looks...

Leg Up on Performance

Riding your horse without using your legs is like swimming without kicking your feet. You can still keep your head above water, but you’re going to struggle and you aren’t going to get very far. Your legs are the...

Well Adjusted

A good hunter round seems effortless. Horse and rider coast around the ring, meeting the same, perfect distance to eight jumps. The horse’s rhythm never changes as he starts and finishes the course on the same balanced, even canter...

Senior Servings

Equine weight management can be a challenge at any age. Horses of all ages need targeted nutrition to meet their special needs. The senior horse is no exception. In order to keep older horses going strong, special attention is...
Along every riding trail you are guaranteed to encounter a variety of obstacles, from streams that must be crossed and downed logs that must be stepped over to the sometimes ominous and always-closed gate. The ability to work gates...

Brain Power

I never liked wearing a helmet. I had all the lame excuses: too hot, too heavy, can’t see. Yet, I was an instructor and my insurance company required that my students wear helmets. All the while, like most of...

Game On

“We love having a sport that we can all play.”“Everyone cheers for other teams, and the more experienced riders are always happy to help the younger or less experienced to learn a new skill or to help them improve...
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