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May/June 2007

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Saddlebag
Send us a letter.

Horse & Pony Problems
Can we help you solve apony puzzler?

Check It Out
Horsey stuff you just can’t live without!

Color Poster
A fantasy horse gallops in the ocean.

Pony People
A special place for your pictures.

Reader of the Issue
You could win riding gear.

Short Story
Josh can’t tell his mounts apart. Does he pick the right horse?

Book Bag
Horsey books to read.

Classified Ads
Camps, model horses and more!

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads.

INSIDE

English Lessons
Fun exercises for people with only four fences!

Western Lessons
Is reining the sport for you and your favorite horse?

Bug Busters
We take a look at the different fly repellents on the market today.

My Horse Was Stolen!
Kyle’s horse disappeared from the barn. Who took her?

Free Ride
We’ve got five ways that you might be able to ride for free.

Vaulting Star
Meet Megan Benjamin, gold medal winner at the 2006 World Equestrian Games.

Cute and Casual Gear
Check out some cool new riding clothes.

Welsh Wonders
Learn all about this hard breed from Wales.

Horse and Pony Problems
Can we help you solve a pony puzzler?

Win a Saddle!
You could win a synthetic saddle from Wintec!

Pen Pals
Make new horsey friends!

 

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