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Young Rider November / December 2007
November / December 2007

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Saddlebag
Send us a letter.

Pony People
A special place for your pictures.

My Horsey Life
Kaleigh Quinn reports from USPC Festival.

Color Poster
A Haflinger enjoying a swim!

Reader of the Issue
You could win riding gear.

Horse & Pony Problems
Can we help you solve a horsey problem?

Short Story
Katie and Alyssa have become lost out on a trail ride. Help!

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads

Classified Ads
Camps, model horses and more.

Me and My Horse
You and your fave horses!

INSIDE

Western Lessons
Slow down your zippy horse's lope.

English Lesson
Tips to help you teach your horse how to stop knocking down jump poles.

Brianne Goutal
This talented young showjumper is a star in the ring and on the television.

Holiday Gift Ideas
We've found lots of horsey items that make awesome gifts!

Hoofcare Hints
Picking out a hoof is easy when you know how to do it.

Family Games
Jessica's dad, Dave, competes with her in mounted games!

Blonde Bombshells
We take a look at the versatile Haflinger Pony.

Saddle Up and Study
Lyndsey Jordan earned a college scholarship for reining!

 

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