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Jen Marsden Hamilton’s A Jump Ahead Book On Sale Now

January 2018

For professional coaches and aspiring jumping riders, internationally renowned equestrian coach Jen Marsden Hamilton imparts her wisdom attained from a 45-year coaching and competitive career in her debut book, ‘A Jump Ahead: From Basics to Big Jumps’. Published by Horses and People Magazine and developed in partnership with Editor-in-Chief Cristina Wilkins and graphic designer Liz Hardy, Jen’s full-colour book illuminates her successful training methods with beautiful photos, detailed illustrations and her trademark wit.

Australia Post Communique

January 2018

1st December 2017 To Horses and People, Thank you for your patience regarding your PrintPost enquiry. You are a valued customer at Australia Post and I respect that you have many valued subscribers to the Horses and People Magazine.   I firstly want to thank you for all your understanding with regards to the late delivery of your Magazine for the past few months, specifically the month of November. I can appreciate that the timely delivery of your Magazine is imperative for your business as part of the positive experience you already give your readers.

Step-By-Step Guide to Skyrocket Your Confidence

December 2017

The Cambridge Dictionary defines confidence as:  “The quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in people, plans or the future”.  This applies directly to our riding - confidence is being certain of our riding and training abilities, having trust in our horse, in what we’re doing with our horse at the time and what we plan to do with our horse in the future. 

Series: Horse Training Course with Kate Fenner

11/17/2017

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you! 

Horse Training Course Part 1: The Engagement Zone

March 2017 by Kate Fenner, BEqSc (Hons), www.horsetrainingcourse.com

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this new training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you!  Her gentle and no-fuss approach will provide you with the tools and confidence you need to educate your own horse.  

Horse Training Course: Part 2 Hips to the Fence For Safe Mounting

April 2017 by Kate Fenner, BEqSc (Hons), Kandoo Equine, www.kandooequine.com

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this new training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you!  Kate’s gentle and no-fuss approach will provide you with the tools and confidence you need to educate your own horse.  

10 Easy Steps to Easy Trailer Loading

May 2017 by Kate Fenner, BEqSc (Hons), Kandoo Equine, www.kandooequine.com

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this new training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you!  Kate’s gentle and no-fuss approach will provide you with the tools and confidence you need to educate your own horse.  

Step-By-Step Guide to Skyrocket Your Confidence

December 2017 by Kate Fenner, BEqSc (Hons), www.kandooequine.com.au

The Cambridge Dictionary defines confidence as:  “The quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in people, plans or the future”. 

Series: Long-Reining Series

11/01/2017

Long-Reining: Part 1

October 2017 by Kate Fenner, BEqSc (Hons), www.kandooequine.com.au

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you! 

Long-Reining: Part 2

November 2017 by Kate Fenner, BEqSc (Hons), Kandoo Equine, www.kandooequine.com.au

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you! 

The Sweetest Escape

November 2017

Featured on our front cover this month is Felicia McGilchrist and her 13-year-old Warmblood mare, Sweet Escape - affectionately known as Bella - photographed by Averil Crebbin of Picture the Moment Photography. Felicia, who is a regular reader of Horses and People Magazine bought Bella from her neice around four years ago. “She was meant to be sold-on, but in the weeks she was with me, I had the chance to ride her... And, I fell in love with her!” Felicia says. 

Series: Learning to Give Series

10/06/2017

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you! 

Learning to Give: Part 1

July 2017 by Kate Fenner, Kandoo Equine, BEqSc (Hons), www.kandooequine.com

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you! 

Learning to Give: Part 2

August 2017 by Kate Fenner, BEqSc (Hons), Kandoo Equine, www.kandooequine.com.au

If you ever thought there must be a better and easier way to train your horse, this training series by Kate Fenner is designed for you! 

Tucker's Barefoot Transition

October 2017

When barefoot trimmer Maja Stocker first met Tucker, a 17-year-old Standardbred, and his lovely owner, Anna, he looked rather weary.  While Maja admits to being naturally biased towards ‘blaming’ the hooves, this kind horse seemed to be feeling discomfort all over his body.  It was the 23rd September 2015, he was shod in front, reported to be intermittently lame, and had a history of persistent seedy toe and hoof abscesses. 

Learning to Love the Spook: 10 Tips for Making a Friendly Ghost Out of Your Haunted Arena

September 2017

So, you’ve put time aside to ride, made the effort to get to your horse and have your training session planned perfectly in your mind. The sun is shining, there is no wind, you and your horse feel great. That is, until the arena Spook shows up, threatening to turn all your great expectations into bad vibrations. Leaving the stables after a frustrating ride, you feel like you wasted your time, go-over what you could have done better or simply wonder how it could have gone so wrong so quickly. 

Life After Racing: Tramel Park Standardbreds

August 2017

Melissa Blair was out competing at her local riding club when a woman she didn’t know came up to speak to her. “I’ve been watching you since the day you first came out,” she told Melissa, gesturing to her Standardbred mount, Astro. “Enough that when a Standardbred came up for sale the other week, I thought of you and I bought it.”

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