Vol. 8 – Issue 3


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10 FROM THE INSIDE OUT
Help keep dark coats from fading this summer with these nutrition tips.

14 PLAY AND PRECISION
Here’s how they can work together to create the outcomes you desire.

18 FEELING GOOD AND READY
Get your performance horse raring to go with a little help from equine acupressure.

20 ON THE ROAD
Practice safe trailering with advice on in-trailer tying, how to safely secure your horse outside the trailer, and what to do in an emergency.

24 SYMPTOMATIC LAMENESS
Occasional irreparable damage may be caused by badly-fitting saddles.

27 A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
How to optimize the airflow in your barn, whether you have an existing structure or are starting from the ground up.

30 MOVING TOWARDS EASE
Sustainability and self-correction for horse and rider — Equine positional release in action.

34 HANDS ON THE HINDQUARTERS
Using massage therapy to help strengthen and condition your horse’s hindquarters.

40 A LOYAL PROTECTOR
The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) provides some expert advice on the importance of body protectors.

48 THE WAY OF THE HORSE
Home to a herd of horses and ponies, Gateway 2 ranch offers retreats where you can explore the parameters of equine/human communication and healing.

52 CHILL OUT
The pros and cons of common quieting agents used in show horses.

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