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Young Rider Magazine January/February 2009
January / February 2009

IN EVERY ISSUE

Letters to Allie
Let Allie know what you think.

Reader of the Issue
You could win free riding clothing!

Horsey Happenings
What’s going on in the world of horses.

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 problem?

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
Be safe on the trail

Western Lessons
Bombproof your western horse

Happy Birthday Young Rider!
We meet two models who appeared in the very first issue of Young Rider.

Saddle Up and Study
Learn how you can find a college with a riding program.

Scrapbooking
Put your treasured horsey memories in a scrapbook.

Ride and Tie Winner
Meet the youngest winner of the Ride and Tie Championships.

Try Something New at Camp
Give a new sport a go and find a camp in our special camp advertising section.

Spotted Stars
Allison Griest checks out Appaloosas and the Pony of the Americas.

Adopt a Horse!
Meet Love Me R Leave Me, a loving Thoroughbred ex-racehorse that needs a forever home.

Posters!
Olympic gold medal winners!

Short Story
What will Katie do when her horse is kicked at a show?

 

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