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Young Rider November/December 2011
November/December 2011

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Win a Blanket!
Doesn’t your fave horse deserve an Amigo turnout?

Ask Clinton
Aussie trainer Clinton Anderson helps readers with their horse behavior problems.

Gift Guide
We’ve got some holiday gift ideas that are perfect for pony pals!

Combining Horses and School
We talk to several young riders to find out how they mix studying with time in the saddle.

Tennessee Treasures
Learn about the high-stepping Tennessee Walking Horse.

INSIDE

Book bag
Take some time out to read.

Western Lesson
Stacy Westfall’s reining tips.

English Lesson
Be a more confident jumper.

Pony People
Is your picture on this page?

Get Your Games On!
A barrel racing champ gives you good advice.

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

Horse & Pony Questions
Got a horsey problem?

Fit to Ride
Time to strengthen your core.

Short Story
Molly loses her precious smart phone in the barn!

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

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads.

Me & My Horse
Is your favorite horse here?

 

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