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Volume 8 Issue 1

In this Issue:
Heel Height: The Deciding Factor; Reclaiming Intuition; Kids with Horse Savvy!; Skin: The Boundary between Earth, Heaven, and Horse; Dealing with Ice and Snow; Herbal Barks for Horses; Homeopathy: Repertorizing Made Simple; Lavender Essential Oil; Flower Essences for An Overeater; Summer Camp with Harry Whitney; Massage Therapy for Optimum Performance and Health; Equine Touch and Tellington-Touch; Dictatorship versus Leadership in Horse Training; Pet Vaccination Lawsuit; Hay deliveries, Flower Essences - 2 Katrina rescue stories

On the cover: Rex, enjoying a brisk wintry morning. A horse's whiskers, even when ice-coated, convey vital sensory information to him. The bright morning sun will soon melt away the ice from these important sensors.
Cover Photo © Julie Benedetto

 

 
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Volume 8 Issue 2

In this Issue:
Interview with Carolyn Resnick; Becoming a Horseman: Equine Ethology; Developing Safety and Control ; Cavalia Soars: Equestrian Theatrical Performance Onstage; Humic Substances Against Toxic Environments; Club Foot; EOs and Hoof Problems; Flower Essences for Seizures, Stress; Push or Be Pushed; Yielding Frame of Mind; Hooves and Body: Anything Affects Everything; Nurture Your Horse’s Spirit; The Nux Vomica Horse; A Medical Emergency Plan

On the Cover:
Flint, Smokey and Mahogany coming to greet Ginger Kathrens on her ranch in Colorado. Flint is Ginger’s 50 mile endurance horse, a grullo Spanish Mustang from the Brislawn’s Cayuse Ranch in Northeastern Wyoming. Smokey and Mahogany, Cloud’s birth sisters from the Pryor Mountains of Montana, are owned by Ann Evans who rides both mares in Endurance. Mahogany is a multiple Best Conditioned winner in Limited Distance Rides. Flint is a top competitor in Endurance, finishing First and Best Conditioned in his last outing.  Photo by Ginger Kathrens

 

 
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Volume 8 Issue 3

In this Issue:
How's My Riding?; Recognizing Healing and the Direction of Cure; Repelling Insects Naturally; Bodywork - Healthy to the Core; Boots and Pads: A True Breakthrough in Healing; Coconut Oil - Is It Good For Horses? Preparing Your Horse for COMPETITION!; Horse Nutrition; Savvy Safety with Your Horse; Aromatherapy Research - A School Project; Horse Handling for Dentistry; Masters of Disguise, Acupressure; Natural Horsemanship Defined; Healthy Dog Treats; Equine Feed from A to Z; Manuka EO; Pulling Back When Tied: The Hidden Damage; Leading Horses: TTEAM Tips; The Horse Whisperers of Aotearoa; Going the Distance for the Innocents; "Purgatory or Paradise" photo exhibit; National Animal Identification System (NAIS)

On the Cover:
Mephisto enjoys a few mouthfuls of spring grass after his ride. Like many horses, he has benefited from wearing boots while ridden during the transition from shod to barefoot. Read more in Hoofcare Highlights in this issue. Cover Photo © Jennifer Reber
Wandering Eye Photography
www.wanderingeyephoto.com 781 209-0836

 

 
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Volume 8 Issue 4

In this Issue:
THE EASY KEEPER: Myth and Dangers; Anthelmintic Herbs for the Health of Your Horse; Silicea and Calcarea Fluorica: Making the Choice; Prevention and Relief of Navicular Problems: Frog Management; Hemp - What It Is and What It Isn't; Summer Fun; Mounting Problems; Clicker Training: The Holy Grail or Just Another Gimmick?; When Is A Release Not A Release; Swim Your Dog!; Support for Hard Working Horses; Mugwort; Tail Rubbing - Superficial Problem or Chronic Disease?; Addressing Equine Insecurity with Flower Essences; Sharing Territory in Companionship: The First Ritual of Carolyn Resnick’s 7 Waterhole Rituals of Wild Horses; Healing Energy Exists In All Of Us; The Equine Touch Visits PA;Cowboy Poetry;;Saving the Innocents: Following Heather Evans and Tux, Part 1; Warding Off Hospital Founder

On the Cover:
© Jennifer Reber
Wandering Eye Photography
www.wanderingeyephoto.com
781 209-0836

 

 
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Volume 8 Issue 5

In this Issue:
The Missing Link in Laminitis: Healthy Horse - Laminitic Horse Lighten Up. Your Horse's Life:bodywork and the forequarters; Reversing Distal Descent of the coffin bone; Hemp: For Your Horse's Health; How to Have a Healthy Happy Insulin-Resistant Horse; Poison Ivy; Finding the Riding Club for You; Clicker Training: Target!; Natural Remedies for Rain Rot; Safe Turnout and Pasturing; After School Fun for Young Naturals; Overcoming Past Traumas with Flower Essences; Wild Horses: Is Global Warming Affecting Cloud's Herd?; Wild Horses in the Wild - Targets of Ruthless Exploiters; National Animal Identification System updates and concerns


On the Cover:
Jewel: barefoot, bitless, and happy… and delighted that cooler temperatures are on the way.

Cover Photo © Jennifer Reber
Wandering Eye Photography
www.wanderingeyephoto.com
781 209-0836

 

 
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Volume 8 Issue 6

In this Issue:
One Foot for All Seasons?, Discover New Horizons on Horseback: Take A Vacation with Your Horse!, Moods and Non-Typical Behaviors in the Horse,Partnership Development for Life: Handling Horses with Care,Hemp: For Your Horse's Well Being, Sweet Orange, Winter Warmers for Riders, Clicker Training: Practical Uses for Targeting, What Is Your Horse Hiding From You?,A Tribute to a Friend , Homeopathy for Cat-tastrophes , Balancing Your Head, FLASH Flooding , Cowboy Poetry, Why Rescue A PMU?, A Natural Evolution, PSSM and A Quarter Horse Named Doc , What is The Equine Touch? ... answers to some common questions,
The Right Feeding Program for YOUR Horse, Answer to My Dreams

 

On the Cover:
Natural horsemanship methods have contributed to Amelia's calm and confidence. Feeding the mind is as important as feeding the body for a happier, healthier horse.

 

 

 

 

 

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