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Young Rider July/August 2010
July/August 2010

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Western Lesson
Western pleasure tips from trainer Bennie Sargent.

English Lesson
Hunter judge Cindy Hale tells you how to win flat classes.

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

Horse and Pony Problems
Can we help you out?

World Equestrian Games
Meet para-dressage rider Elizabeth Pigott.

Tack Trunk
You know you love bling on your horse or pony!

Short Story
Jocelyn struggles to bond with a skittish new rescue horse.

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

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads.

INSIDE

Horse Show Checklist
Make sure you take all of your gear to a show.

Time to Shine
Learn how to make your favorite horse or pony shine like a new penny.

Model Student and Show Jumper
We chat with Hillary Dobbs, a young rider who hopes to compete in the World Equestrian Games.

Win a Dover Circuit Elite Saddle
Answer some easy questions and you might win a close-contact leather saddle.

Mega-talented Quarter Horses
Meet Quarter Horses that compete in eventing and dressage.

 

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