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Vol 42 No 6
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INSIDE the April May '21 magazine
Vol 42 No 6 $7.50 AU, $7.95 NZ, App (for all devices) $5.99

 

HOLIDAY WITH YOUR HORSE by Andie Wyatt
Missing global travel? Take your horse on a fabulous local holiday and enjoy our country’s amazing diversity for some unforgettable equestrian experiences. Part 1 of a two Part series.

The OLD HORSE – From Performance to Retirement
by Dr Jennifer Stewart

Recognising the changes associated with ageing can help owners better manage their horse’s requirements through the ageing process with regards to competing, exercise, feeding, body condition and overall needs.

 

 

ADDING 'GAS' with Hayley Beresford (below)
The development of youngsters Fridalein, Dagobert and Daintree continues at Eiserner Hof as Hayley explains the concept of positive tension, half-halt and adds ‘gas’ in her down-to-earth look at training and teaching our horses to ‘dance’ together with us.



TRAINING IN EUROPE DURING COVID
by Sarah Warne
Jumping at the opportunity to train at Stefan Wolff’s equestrian centre in Germany in 2019 with her horse, Australian dressage rider Rebecca Williams-O’Brien shares her experience as COVID-19 changed everything.

DEALING WITH DENTAL DECAY
by Celine Bønnelykke
Maintaining the health of a horse’s teeth with appropriate and regular dental care is vital for their overall health and well being. Equine ‘filling’ are now an option to relieve tooth pain.

Good Old Boots – REPLACING YOUR RIDING BOOTS

Some riders hang on to their favourite pair of boots well past their prime, while others welcome the opportunity to get a shiny new pair whenever they can. How can we tell when it might be time to say goodbye to our most comfy and well-worn boots?

   

Dealing with Dental Decay- equine'fillings' are an option.

 

The Old Horse - from performance to retirement

 

When is the best time to replae your old riding boots?

DEIDRE'S APP REVIEW - PODCASTS - listen and learn while you work or drive
Self confessed appaholic Deidre Rennick shares her insights into equestrian podcasts and those she favours while driving and completing chores on the property.

INJURY PREVENTION IN THE EQUINE ATHLETE
by Dr Raquel Butler
Horse owners can incorporate a number of management aspects into their routine to optimise their horse’s performance and reduce their risk of injury.

WHEN, and by WHOM, SHOULD I HAVE MY HORSE'S BACK TREATED? by Dr Tom Ahern
Recognising if and when your horse might have back pain can be complicated; so too can be working out how best to proceed with assistance and solutions.

ABSORBING THE SITTING TROT BOUNCE by Britta Pedersen
A rider requires body awareness and fitness to be able to sit to the trot and not negatively affect the horse’s movement through their body.

 

TRAINING TIPS - demystifying dressage marks by Suzanne McGill
National dressage judge and coach Gill Botten demystifies dressage marks to achieve a better result in your next test.

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PLEASE EXPLAIN Questions answered include:

SITTING TROT - dressage coach, Mary Warren explains how to improve your sitting trot; WHY HORSES YAWN Do you know why your horse yawns? ; and, Who knew that the heavy horse placed on hoof directly in front of the other when it walked?


   

FODDER TREES FOR HORSES

 

LOVELY LAWNS ON THE EQUINE PROPERTY

 

HIDDEN DANGERS - IN OUR HORSE'S WATER

TAKE ME TO THE GREEN HORSE ARTICLES

     

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Vol 39 - 1 June July 2017 (ISSUU)
IT'S OK TO OWN A PADDOCK ORNAMENT
b
y Andie Wyatt
Keeping horses without using them might seem wasteful or pointless to some, but there are many ways and reasons to have horses in our lives without there being a saddle in sight.


Vol 42 -2 Aug/Sept 2020 (ISSUU)
PREVENTING AND REDUCING COLIC
by Dr. J. H. Stewart
Colic describes signs of abdominal pain or discomfort and is a symptom rather than a disease.


 







 

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