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March/April 2010

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Fabulous Freebies
Gloves, braiding tools and books!

English Lessons
Check out different kinds of cross-country fences.

Western Lessons
Stacy Westfall helps you become a better reiner.

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

Horse and Pony Problems
Can we help solve a problem?

World Equestrian Games
Learn about the sport of reining. Read more >>

Short Story
A trail ride in the woods turns into a big drama!

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

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads

INSIDE

Philip Dutton
Meet one of the most successful three-day eventers on the planet.

Five Signs That Your Horse is Sick
Knowing when to call the vet can save your horse's life.

Special Riding Camp Guide
Meet three British riding camp instructors and check out lots of camp ads.

Do-It-Yourself Deworming
We show you how to deworm a horse all by yourself.

My Horsey Life
I'm a horsey artist who lives and rides in Germany.

Breed Spotlight
Horses of history: Thoroughbreds, Arabians & Anglo-Arabians. Read more >>

 

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