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July/August 2014

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English Lesson
How to make your young horse's first show a success.

Western Lesson
Joining a drill team can be lots of fun!

Me & My Mag
Where in the world have you taken a copy of Young Rider?

Pony People
Is your Horsey Hero featured?

Ask Clinton
Alena is having trouble stopping her horse. Can Clinton help her?

Horse & Pony Questions
Got a horsey issue? Maybe we can help.

Fabulous Freebies
Your chance to win great gear.

Ad Index
A handy guide to ads.

Classified Advertising
Caps, tack and lots more.

Me & My Horse
Send us your photo and you might pop up on this page.

INSIDE

Galloping to the Games
Meet Nathalie, a young show jumper from Normandy, France, home of the 2014 World Equestrian Games.

Snap Chat
Teenager Amy Stoney tells us what it's like to be an equine photographer.

Shadow Box Style
A great way to display your equestrian treasures.

Me and My Mustang
We chat with three young riders who have adopted wild horses.

A Major Decision
You don't have to leave horses behind when you go to college. Learn about some interesting equine degrees.

 

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