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The Canadian Horse: Discover a Rare and Versatile Breed

February 2008Have you ever fantasized about finding hidden treasure? The rare Canadian Horse (there are perhaps only 6,000 worldwide) may be one of Canada’s best-kept secrets. According to owners and breeders, the hardiness, versatility, appearance, and above all, outstanding personalities…

A Salute to Camp Horses

February 2008Learn how these hard-working, versatile and reliable mounts are helping teach the equestrian stars of tomorrow Behind every successful summer riding program is a group of reliable camp horses characterized by their versatility and willingness to please. Each year,…

United States Pony Clubs: Teamwork, Talent and Trust

January 2008Learn how this highly respected equestrian organization is helping to create the next generation of responsible horse owners. Established in 1954, the United States Pony Clubs (USPC) is a highly respected equestrian organization that has become synonymous with developing…

Horse Power Therapeutic Horsemanship Program

January 2008Celebrates 20 memorable years. Horse Power Therapeutic Horsemanship Program at Pony Farm, located in Temple, New Hampshire, is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year. The program provides courage, hope, and self-confidence for those coping with physical, emotional or learning…

The Benefits of Joining Equestrian Associations

January 2008 Joining equestrian associations and riding clubs is for everyone, from the pleasure horse owner to the international competitor. Trail riding, showing, education, new friends—there’s something for all of us. Competitions Many clubs organize horse shows, either one or…

Horse Lover's Holiday Shopping Guide

December 2008The holiday season is here! In anticipation, store shelves are lined with holiday decorations, tasty goodies and great gift ideas. If you haven’t made it all the way through your shopping list yet, read on to get some creative…

The Art of Sleighing

December 2008It is January 1894, and a substantial amount of snowfall covers the city of New York. The mad rush of enthusiastic sleigh drivers creates a mess of Sixth and Seventh Avenues before the light rollers can roll the streets.…

The Standardbred

December 2008From racing to trail riding, meet a versatile breed whose talent, heart and temperament make them the ideal choice. Standardbreds are widely known for their speed and athletic ability, as seen in races at tracks across the country. Their…

In This Issue


- Education Options for the A-Circuit Rider
- A Q&A with Up-And-Coming Jumper Mia Albelo
- Live Cover vs. Artificial Insemination
- A Look at the United States Equestrian Federation’s Safe Sport Program

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