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January/February 2011

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Me & My Mag
Where have you taken your copy of Young Rider?

English Lesson
Having problems getting the correct lead? We can help!

Western Lesson
Get better pole bending times.

Pony People
Your pictures and the Absorbine Senior Star.

Get Your Games On!
A barrel racing star gives you great advice.

Horse & Pony Questions
We answer your horse questions.

Fit to Ride
Check out our new fitness column.

Short Story
When Lauren finds her horse drooling at a show, she thinks he has rabies!

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads.

Classified Advertising
Riding camps, tack, model horses and lots more.

Me & My Horse
Look for your picture!

INSIDE

Wonderful WEG!
Check out our picture gallery from the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Ky.

Flying Horses
Find out how top equine athletes fly around the world to competitions.

Horsiest Bedroom Contest!
Show us your horse-themed bedroom and you might win cool gear from Partrade!

Scratchy Skin
Learn about the different skin problems that can drive your horse crazy.

Ten Questions to Ask About Camp
Don't book a bunk until you know the answers!

 

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