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Sent: Friday, June 22, 2012 3:56 PM
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Does Your Horse Smile?
... on cue? You can teach him! Learn the principles of basic trick training in this issue of Elite Equestrian magazine. Professional entertainer and horse trainer, Heidi Herriott explains how to train a horse to perform simple tasks all the while building a stronger bond and having enjoyable interaction.
Did you ever consider your horse's wish list for a new barn? He gives you a slew of suggestions for design as well as features in this informative and amusing article by premier custom barn builder Tom Buckingham.
If you've ever thought about side saddle as a new discipline, trainer Tik Maynard's entertaining editorial about the summer camp at Camp Leaping Horn will inspire you. Shelly Ligget, new president of the International Side Saddle Organization manages a clinic for beginners through advanced side saddle- including jumping!- and a show at the USET Center in Gladstone, NJ this July.
This is your chance to learn more and take on a new challenge.
Dr. Lori, our Art & Antiques Editor and star appraiser on the new Discovery Channel TV show, Auction Kings, features Dalarna Horses from Sweden. Bursting with tradition, culture and personality, these hand carved and painted steeds celebrate the great spiritual reverence of the horse recognized in Sweden.
The summer issue of Elite Equestrian magazine also includes equestrian travel, featuring riding in Italy and traveling with your own horse. The health section includes Protecting Your Horse From Strangles by New Bolton Center, Quidding and Coping with Summer Heat. The Importance of Written Contracts, book and DVD reviews, as well as many show schedules round out this must read issue.
You may read this issue on line at www.EliteEquestrian.us, and request your FREE online subscription at info@EliteEquestrian.us All ads and articles hyper-link, so you can get more information at your convenience with just a click.
Hard copies are available at A shows and Venues around the U.S.A., predominantly on the east coast.
Check out our new equestrian magazine. Equinista, Celebrating the Equestrian Lifestyle. www.equinista.us