The January/February 2020 issue of Young Rider includes:
- Meeting the 2020 Advisory Board
- Horse & Pony Questions: Building a Bond
- Stable Skills: Name the parts of English and western tack
- Camp Postcards
- DIY: Make a horsey cupcake cake for your barn buddies this Valentine’s Day.
- An Advisory Board member interviews her riding idol, grand prix jumper Lillie Keenan.
- Western Lesson: Introduce your horse to a rain slicker.
- English Lesson: Exercises to build your strength and security in the saddle.
- 5 steps to healthy nutrition for your horse
- 7 questions to ask yourself before you decide on a horse camp
- Short Story: The Case of the Tipping Barrel
- In Real Life: Lenna Peterson takes on the high-stakes barrel racing world.
- Me & My Horse photo gallery
- Breed Spotlight: The Standardbred
You can find all back issues of Young Rider here.
The January/February 2020 digital issue of Young Rider includes an introduction to the 2020 Advisory Board, steps to healthy nutrition for your horse, questions to ask yourself before deciding on a horse camp, and more (see the full contents above).
In addition to the January/February 2020 digital issue, you can find all back issues of Young Rider here. And if you love horses of all breeds, you’ll love our Best of Breeds special collector’s edition.
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