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Young Rider September/October 2008
September / October 2008

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Saddlebag
Send us a note!

Reader of the Issue
You could win free riding clothing!

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 prob?

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
Learn how to get your horse on the bit.

Western Lessons
Tips to help you win blue ribbons at shows.

Win a Helmet!
We’ve got a Charles Owen GR8 to give away!

Theodore O’Connor Tribute
We say a sad goodbye to this talented little eventing pony.

Feeding Facts
Essential information about feeding your horse or pony.

Lee Lee Lends a Hand
Find out what it was like to be Philip Dutton’s groom at the Kentucky Rolex Three-Day Event!

Blanketing 101
Everything you need to know about putting on a blanket.

Clothing Corral
Check out some cute horsey T-shirts!

Marching to a Different Beat
We take a look at four popular gaited breeds.

Posters!
A beautiful Tennessee Walking Horse and a high-stepping Paso Fino!

Short Story
Carly’s brother is back from the war, but he’s not interested in helping her with their horses.

 

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