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Young Rider May June 2008
May/June 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.

Horsey Happenings
Find out what’s going on in the horse world.

Classified Ads
Camps, model horses and other horsey items.

INSIDE

English Lessons
Try a combined test with your pony.

Western Lessons
Teach your horse how to stop properly.

Win Saddles!
We’ve got a Dover Circuit Elite and a Wintec 500 to give away!

Horsey Summer Job
Find out what it’s like to work on a Standardbred farm.

Horse Power Hottie
Meet Nikko Ritter, the only guy rider on the Horse Power TV show.

Jockey College
Anna is learning how to be a jockey—and she’s getting a college degree!

Rocky Mountain Horses
This gaited breed is perfect for kids or adults.

Schooling Helmets
Learn about the different schooling helmets you can wear.

Posters!
Beezie Madden and Authentic and Rocky Mountain Horses!

Short Story
Tara doesn’t want to ride with her stepsister.

 

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