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Silently Speaking
A Workshop with Kathy George

In Training
Why Foundation Training?
By Chuck Mintzlaff

Herbs for Health
Valerian Root - the Ultimate Calming Herb!
By Patti Duffy-Salmon

Acupointers
A Healthy Autumn Treatment
By Amy Snow and Nancy Zidonis

Stable Environment
Applying the Feng Shui Philosophy to the Horse's Living Environment
By Rachel Hairston

Barn Buddies
Love That Catnip!

Feed Facts and Fancies
Changing Seasons and Your Horse
By Erica Stoton

 

For the Rider
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) for Equestrians
By Carol Lambe

Molly McMule's 1001 Stall Stories

 

Case Histories
Vibrational Remedies and Performance Horses - Assorted Cases
By Mary Ann Simonds

 

 

Aromatherapy
In Essense
By Nayanna Morag

Creative Corral

Equiz

 

From the Editor
Appreciate America the Beautiful

Expert Exchange

Book Bits

"Horse Sense"
By Jan Neubert Schultz
"Walter Spills the Oats"
By Don Blazer
"Trading Paper"
By Cali Canberra
"Best Friends"
By Samantha Glen

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Video 'Views

Bodywork for Dogs: Connecting through Massage, Acupressure and Intuitive Touch
By Lynn Vaughan and Deborah Jones

 

Pony Express


Touch Tips - Spotlight on Equine Touch
The Human Link - Its Greater Than We Think!
By Jock Ruddock

 

 

Volume 3 Issue 7 - 2001


Special Feature

Focus on the Yo-Yo Game
By Pat Parelli

This is the fourth in a series examining the Parelli Natural Horse-Man-Ship (PNH) Seven Games and their role in establishing leadership as well as building a language between you and a horse... any horse.

Homeopathy

Homoeopathy for Mares and Foals
By Tanya Nolte, VN, DipHom

When spring is in the air, the mating and foaling season is too. It is a time that all horse owners generally look forward to and become very excited about. However, considerations should be made to assist your prospective breeding mare to ensure that she is kept in optimum health in order to produce a sound and healthy offspring.

Equissentials

Martha Olivo and United Horsemanship - Helping Horsemen Become Better Horsemen
By Elizabeth Harris

"Horses and I just 'find' each other…we always have. They have been my best teachers, and at many important levels, we keep each other whole."
~ Martha Olivo

Martha Olivo has been trimming horses since she was 14 years old. Her family, all 12 of them, lived in North Carolina then, and every day she walked past Topsy, a foundered pony who lived in a neighboring pasture. They made a deal. Martha would trim Topsy's feet, and Topsy would eventually let her ride. It was the beginning of a romance…and a commitment to horses that became Martha's life's work.

Kidz Korner

Vaulting - A Horse Sport Where Spirits Soar!
By Nancy Stevens-Brown

When I was a very young girl, I lived in the city. All I ever dreamed of then was to see, be around, and ride horses. One day, two horsemen rode by our house dressed in their parade best on shiny chestnuts with silver mounted saddles. For me it was Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Trigger, and all my western daydreams come true. When I ran up to ask whether I could pet their beautiful mounts, they looked down indifferently and said "No."

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Christina Chinnici and Bolera, the 27-year-old Appaloosa, take a break.

Contributors:

W. Robert Cook, FRCVS, PhD
Pat Parelli
Jock Ruddock
Tanya Nolte
Erica Stoton
Nayana Morag
Elizabeth Harris
Nancy Stevens-Brown
Patti Duffy-Salmon
Amy Snow and Nancy Zidonis
Chuck Mintzlaff
Carol Lambe
Rachel Hairston
Mary Ann Simonds
Susan Rifkin Ajamian
Martha Olivo

 

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