Performance Horse Digest, January 2021
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Table of Contents
by Al Dunning
In a larger round pen, commonly with a 120- to 160-foot diameter, referred to as a cutting pen, a green horse has enough space to move about the pen when first exposed to a cow.
by Chevy (Siobhan) Allen
You’ve probably heard the buzzwords of “living authentically” and “being genuine” used by positive psychologists as a way to describe how to achieve happiness and live better.
by Doug Lindgren
A few months ago, I talked about helping a lady with a pretty yellow gelding and how she needed to find a better match, etc…
by David Slipka
The National Cutting Horse Futurity in Fort Worth Texas has come to an end for the year. This is the debut of young first-time cutting horses.
by Martha Josey
What are you doing to prepare for the 2021 season? Our horses are athletes, whether you are a barrel racer, cutter, roper, showjumper or another discipline it is time to evaluate your horse’s workout program.
by Harlan R. Anderson, DVM
Learning is our way of gaining knowledge. How do we learn? There are many different sayings that refer to our ability to learn.
by Richard Winters
I want to take this time to talk about two different kinds of horse people. It’s not that one of these groups is better than the other.
by Barbra Schulte
In the past few videos on our website, with one little podcast thrown in, we’ve been traveling a fun trail to writing the next chapter of your story for 2021.
by Clinton Anderson
Like any problem you’re having with your horse that involves him not wanting to be where you want him to go, make the right thing easy and the wrong thing difficult.
by Julie I. Fershtman
Stables looking to collect past-due board by invoking a stablemen’s lien law should take caution.
by Craig Cameron
By nature, a horse is not brave. As a prey animal, his mentality is that of one being hunted, killed, and eaten. The horse has been prey for millions of years.
by Dennis Cappel
In last month’s article, I talked about the specifics on how a horse should lead.
by Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.
Bute (phenylbutazone) is the most commonly used NSAID (a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug) for pain resulting from injury to the joints and feet.
by Mike Major
The AQHA versatility ranch-riding pattern transitions normally include a lope, stop, and a rollback with the horse trotting out of the rollback
by Lynn Palm
Keep your Western Dressage horse in top health by paying close daily attention. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” That old saying especially applies to your horse’s health and safety.
by Dick Pieper
A lead departure in its purest form is a combination of basic number two and basic number three.
by Sandy Collier
Many times when turning a cow on the fence, it manages to come off the fence. There are a few reasons why this happens.
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