14 BLANKET STATEMENT
Do you blanket or clip your horse? Here’s how to keep him warm, dry and comfy all winter.

18 MAKE AN IMPRESSION
Done properly, foal imprinting means a confident horse that respects and trusts you.

24 OPEN WIDE!
Proper dental care is vital to keeping your horse healthy, balanced and performing at his peak.

29 PRESERVING THE NOKOTA
Find out what’s being done to save this rare and distinctive breed.

34 ON THE SKINNY SIDE
Packing a few pounds on your underweight “hard keeper” is easier than you may think.

40 THE “MASTER LINK”
Why is your horse out of balance? The answer may lie in his jaw.

50 FANCY FOOTWORK
Looking for a smoother ride? Know where your horse’s feet are, and when to apply your cues.

56 HAVE GUM ELEVATOR, WILL TRAVEL
Distance is no barrier for this equine dentist.

62 BALANCING ACT
What you don’t know about yourself could be what’s wrong with your horse.

64 NATURAL FEET
Hoof angles are important, but a good barefoot trim considers the whole horse.

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