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Vol 43 No 3
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INSIDE the October/November '21 magazine
Vol 43 No 3 $7.50 AU, $7.95 NZ, App (for all devices) $5.99

 


EXERCISES - paving the way for the next level.
with Hayley Beresford
Moving on with the development of the young horses, Hayley presents exercises for leg-yield and travers to develop the half-pass in trot and canter, and create the foundation for the ‘big stuff’ - pirouettes, tempi changes and zig zags.

FEELING THE FEAR ... and getting back on.
by Amanda Dickerson
Regaining confidence after a fall can take time, and a supportive environment to work through the recovery period. Two riders share their experiences along with a coach and psychologist.

DEVELOPING THE TOPLINE by Dr Jennifer Stewart
As one of the most important areas of the horse, it’s vital that the back muscles are developedproperly with correct nutrition, training and conditioning.

EQUESTRIAN FASHION – shirts
Riding shirts available today make the most of fabric technologies, with an extensive range of competition and riding shirt styles, colours, embellishments and brands available to choose from. Paralympian, Sharon Jarvis; Show Horse competitor, Chanele Hunter-Cooke; the Horseland Midland Team; Evolution Equestrian’s Anna Johnson and Hannoverian Riding Wear’s Zoe Harrison, contribute their expertise on current trends and fashion in general.

BEING AN EMOTIONALLY INEFFECTIVE RIDER
Point 32 of Rider Mistakes and how to remedy them by Sarah Warne
We all feel emotions and this can play an important role in how we behave on and around our horses. The key is to keep them balanced and not making excuses.

The Connection - OXOLATE PASTURES and BIG HEAD
by McDowells Herbal

Horses grazing high oxalate grasses can be at risk of calcium deficiency, that leads to a number of health conditions, one of which is ‘Big Head’. It’s important to know the risks and symptoms and have preventative measures in place to prevent this condition affecting your horse’s well-being and performance.

 

   

Oxolate pastures and BigHead

 

Topline

 

Feeling the fear and getting back on.

THOSE HYPERSENSETIVE ITCHES
by Zachary Low, Dr Abbey Cox and Dr Allison Stewart -the University of Queensland.
The most common allergic skin disease in horses worldwide, Equine Hypersensitivity is from an overreaction of a horse’s immune system to antigens found in the saliva of insects, primarily Culicoides midges. Research has identified a herbal product that has anti-itch, anti-inflammatory and insect repellent effects.

DEIDRE'S APP REVIEW
by Diedre Rennick
With lesson availability reduced because of Covid, more people are turning to Zoom and other means of communication for coaching. Deidre reviews Pivo Pod, an auto-follow camera mount for producing quality videos of your training session.

EQUINE THERAPIES- for Wellbeing and rehab
by Kaye Meynell
Following on from last issue’s look at accessible and affordable products and technologies available for horse owners to maintain their horse’s well-being, we now look at some of the more specialised and sophisticated equipment - those that may require the assistance of an equine health professional.


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FENCING OPTIONS

 

TRACTOR ACCESSORIES FOR THE HORSE PROPERTY

  GETTING RID OF TICKS

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READ ON LINE SNAKES - Universal Antivenom

 

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Vol 41 - 3

100mile (160km) A MONTH CHALLENGE to walk with your horse

by Steve Halfpenny

Work your horse in-hand for an hour a day, across all terrain,
to develop a connection.

Vol 42 -4

DEHYDRATION, REHYDRATION, and ELECTROLYTES
by Dr. J. H. Stewart

With the weather heating up it’s important to ensure your horse’s water intake is adequate and electrolyte losses over those provided in their feed are replaced after exercise.


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