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Getting the Best Ride: Who's Responsible for What? Part III

Getting the Best Ride: Who's Responsible for What? Part II

There are three areas of focus that help us to get the "best ride", with our horses as well as in our life:
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Getting the Best Ride: Who's Responsible for What? Part I

It can be very confusing to understand what will be the best path to follow to help you achieve what you wish with your horse. Whether you are at the show chasing ribbons, on the trail doing geocaching or obstacles, or enjoying your horse on the ground, our time with our horses is OUR time together and it is precious.

Getting the Best Ride...Who is Responsible for What?

It can be very confusing to understand what will be the best path to follow to help you achieve what you wish with your horse. Whether you are at the show chasing ribbons, on the trail doing geo cashing or obstacles, or enjoying your horse on the ground, our time with our horses is OUR time together and it is precious.

A Perfect Food

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Tools on the Trail: The Ability to Bend

 

This month, we will conclude our groundwork exercises that help us o

Do Foods Make Them Fidget?

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Could the Foods Our Children Eat Cause ADHD?
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Side Effects: Heartburn Drugs and Statin

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Side Effect Linked to Heartburn Drugs

 Canadian researchers have found that older people taking acid suppressing drugs such as esomeprazole, lansoprazole and omeprazole are at higher risk for

Shaklee Sports Nutrition

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Before, During, and After Exercise

Tools on the Trail: Rotation in the Saddle

Last month, we talked about “transitions” and I shared the groundwork principle of Shoulder Press with you. This month, we’ll continue with the concept of transitions and introduce the concept of rotation in the saddle. The purpose of this article is to introduce you to rotation, while not sharing all aspects of the many ways to use and hence do, rotation!

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