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Young Rider Magazine March/April 2008
March/April 2008

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Saddlebag
Send us a letter!

Reader of the Issue
You could win free stuff!

Pen Pal Program
Make new horsey friends

Pony People
A special page for your photos.

Horse and Pony Problems
Can we help you with a pony puzzler?

Book Bag
Horsey books to read.

Classified Ads
Camps, model horses and other horsey items.

INSIDE

English Lessons
Jumping exercises to challenge your horse.

Western Lessons
Polework exercises teach your horse how to adjust her stride.

Ready to Roll?
Is your trailer a safe place for your horse?

Deworming Quiz
Let’s see how much you really know about deworming!

Deworming Chart
Cut out this handy deworming chart and hang it in your tack room.

All-American Horses
Learn about breeds that were developed here in the United States.

Will Faudree
Meet the talented young eventer from Texas and get the inside scoop on his horse, Antigua.

Camp Guide
Our readers tell you how to make the most of riding camp!

Posters!
Quarter Horses, Appaloosas and Paints!

Short Story
Jazz tries to get her pal, Tami, back to the barn.

Win a Saddle!
We’ve got a Wintec 500 to give away!

 

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