Practical Horseman

Practical Horseman

VOL. 48, NO. 1, SPRING 2020


Sandra Oliynyk


Philip Cooper

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Practical Horseman3 min de lecture
What You Need
• YARN: It’s important to use 100 percent acrylic yarn because it won’t snap. Thicker natural fibers like wool will separate and break more easily, so stay away from those. I typically use Trait Tex® acrylic yarn. I get it from former braider Kelly W
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Roadwork: Is It Good Or Bad?
Q This is my first season eventing at Preliminary level and I’m learning some new techniques for getting my horse fitter. I’ve heard of several trainers who trot their horses on hard-packed dirt roads to strengthen their legs. I was always told that
Practical Horseman5 min de lecture
Improve Your Horse’s Rideability
For a successful equitation, hunter or jumper round, your aids need to effectively communicate with your horse. And he must respond to those aids—shortening his stride for a steady line or lengthening it for a forward line and moving laterally for tu