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Young Rider Magazine
September/October 2007

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Saddlebag
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Color Poster
Young eventer Hannah!

Pony People
A special page for your pictures.

Reader of the Issue
You could win riding gear.

Horse & Pony Problems
Can we help you solve a pony problem?

Book Bag
Horsey books to read.

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

Classified Ads
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INSIDE

English Lessons
Learn some easy arena exercises to school your English Horse.

Phantom Stallion
Meet the living, breathing Phantom Stallion!

Western Lessons
Tips to help you de-spook your western horse.

Blanket 911
Learn how to take care of your horse’s blankets so they last longer.

Delightful Drafts
Learn about the draft breeds found in the United States.

Lippizaner Rider
Laura rides Lipizaner stallions in a traveling show.

Hannah Sue Burnett
We find out what it’s like to ride around Rolex for the first time.

Rodeo and Polo Girl
Maggie plays pop and competes in rodeo events.

Short Story
Meg’s blind horse is being chased by an aggressive colt!

Megaposters
Andalusian stallion and Clydesdale

 

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