Oct Nov Vol 43 No 3
Available in print 
WA SHOW SCENE...specifically for West Aussies...

This Oct Nov cover features West Australian Paralympian, Sharon Jarvis, who shares information on her riding wear at Tokyo in the Hoofbeats feature on Equestrian Fashion.

A bumper issue this time with the inclusion of the 2021 Stallion and Stud Directory in the magazine,  which is also available online.

We have been fortunate in WA to be able to continue to run shows, although getting judges for championships and major events has been a challenge for  organisers. 

If you would like to share your feedback on this issue, or what you would like to see in future issues of Hoofbeats and WA Show Scene , please drop us an email. 

We hope you enjoy the October/November issue. 

The Hoofbeats Team

What to expect inside the October November issue
of Hoofbeats Magazine
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Developing The Topline  
Dr Jennifer Stewart highlights the causes and veterinary conditions that can affect the topline of the horse. It is vital that their back muscles are developed  with correct nutrition, training and conditioning.

Exercises ... paving the way for the next level.  
Hayley Beresford is m
oving on with the development of the young horses at training centre Eisner Hof in Germany, and continues to lay the foundations towards Grand Prix, with exercises for leg-yield and travers to develop the half-pass in trot and canter, creating the foundation for the next step.

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, Anna Johnson from Equestrian Evolution and Zoe Harrison from Hannoverian Riding Wear contribute their expertise on current trends in riding shirts and equestrian fashion. 

Regaining confidence after a fall can take time, and a supportive environment to work through the recovery period.  Riders Amanda Dickerson, Jennelle McAppion,  Body Awareness Coach Kate OConnor and Psychologist Stephanie Haley share their experiences and expertise for overcoming confidence issues after a fall.

Fencing Options
Selecting the best materials for equine fencing requires an idea of the pros and cons of the various materials available and an understanding of your own requirements. This overview considers the most common types of equine fencing available in Australia.
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Hoofbeats 2021 Stallion and Stud Directory
Check out the Stallion and Stud Directory included free in the printed issue or view it online.
Featuring stallions from a range of breeds, this Directory also includes a step by step guide to breeding management.
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