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January/February 2010

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English Lessons
Set up your own jumping course.

Western Lessons
Ken McNabb teaches your horse how to back up.

Horse and Pony Problems
Can we help solve a problem?

World Equestrian Games
Learn about the sport of driving.

Pony People
Your pictures and the Adopted Horse of the Issue.

Fabulous Freebies
Stall plates from Dana's Doodles and PC games!

Short Story
Kelly's new friend gets a surprise at the barn.

Product Paddock
Horsey items you need!

Classified Advertising
Camps, tack, model horses and lots more!

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads.

INSIDE

Chantal Sutherland
Meet the most popular jockey on the Animal Planet show "Jockeys!"

Think Like a Mustang
Ever thought about adopting a wild horse? We've got some tips for you.

Win Prizes for Your Adopted Horse
Nominate your adopted/rescue horse and he might win great horse-care gear from J.M. Saddler Inc.!

Special Riding Camp Guide
Learn about the different horsey personalities you might meet at summer camp.

My Horsey Life
Kelsey Kimbler is an endurance-riding star.

 

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