Vol. 5 – Issue 1


13 CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY 101
This subtle modality can have a dramatic effect on your horse’s wellbeing.

16 EDUCATING EQUINES
What’s your horse’s learning style? Natural horsemanship and animal communication can help you find out.

24 KEEP HIM BUSY
Is your horse undergoing stall rest and unable to work? Find out how to keep his mind and manners sharp while he’s recuperating.

26 OFF TO THE RACES!
Considering a retired racehorse? Here are some obstacles you may face, and how you can begin con-necting with your new friend.

29 FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Many rescued horses are thin and undernourished, but don’t just give him all he can eat. Take the time to feed him the right way.

34 PUT YOUR FOOT DOWN
Taking on a rescue horse often means taking on health issues, including hoof problems. Here are some guidelines for trimming a rescue.

41 AMERICA’S FIRST HORSE
He might be small, but the Spanish Mustang played an instrumental role in the development of the “Old West”.

46 KEEPING TRACK
When was the last time your horse had a dental check? Answering questions like these is much easier if you make a record of his health information.

50 REHAB HOW-TO’S
Nursing a horse back to wellness means learning how to do health related tasks.

54 GIVE DUST THE DUST-OFF
Dusty footing can be bad for you and your horse, but some control options are better than others. Learn how to choose the right product for your arena.

64 HAPPILY EVER AFTER
Need some inspiration? Two equestrians share the journeys of their personal rehab horses.

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