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Young Rider July/August 2012
July/August 2012

IN EVERY ISSUE

Bits & Pieces
Horsey news for you.

English Lesson
How to fix five hunter-over-fences flaws.

Pony People
Meet a wonderful lesson horse.

Ask Clinton
Sarah’s horse hates backing up.

Western Lesson
Which showing class is right for your horse?

Me & My Mag
Where have you taken your favorite magazine?

Horse & Pony Questions
Got a horsey problem?

Do-it-Yourself
Bling out your bridle!

Short Story
Jordan’s favorite racehorse is a slowpoke, but she discovers that he has other talents.

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

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads.

Me & My Horse
Do you spot your favorite horse?

INSIDE

Design a Pair of Riding Tights
Kerrits wants you to grab your colored pencils and design a pair of riding tights!

Sparkle in the Show-Ring
We’ve got 10 grooming tips that will make your horse look like a showing star.

I Love My Ex-racehorse!
Eddie’s Thoroughbred, Moon, came off the track and into his life.

My Horsey Life
Olivia Marshall attended harness driving camp.

Jacob Jumps to Success
Meet Jacob Pope, a talented young rider who wants to make riding his career.

 

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