Issue 3 - 2016

Issue 3 - 2016

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In this issue we start off with our "Big Think", looking at the controversial subject of cowboy hats vs. helmets. We hear from Nicole Aichele and her Smart Not Scared campaign, particularly regarding the stigma that still exists around wearing hard hats; we would love to hear your opinions on this topic. We hear from our regular, Richard Winters, who helps us get our horses soft in the face. Hopefully, some of you will have seen him at his recent UK clinics – lets us know what you learnt!

Horsemanship Journal went along to watch an evening demonstration from another one of our regulars, Tik Maynard. You can read about what we learnt there on page 19. Martin Black and Dr. Stephen Peters discuss tips for the trail and the science behind them using their evidence-based horsemanship. Keeping with the science theme, Jean Luc Cornille talks about the science of motion and the dynamic relationship between man and horse. 

On a diff erent note, Elaine Heney takes us behind-thescenes of the new Mark Rashid fi lm "Out of the Wild" on page 23. Last, but not least, Jennifer Malott Kotylo has something for us, as riders, when she takes us through a useful warm up before we get on board.

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In this issue we start off with our "Big Think", looking at the controversial subject of cowboy hats vs. helmets. We hear from Nicole Aichele and her Smart Not Scared campaign, particularly regarding the stigma that still exists around wearing hard hats; we would love to hear your opinions on this topic. We hear from our regular, Richard Winters, who helps us get our horses soft in the face. Hopefully, some of you will have seen him at his recent UK clinics – lets us know what you learnt!

Horsemanship Journal went along to watch an evening demonstration from another one of our regulars, Tik Maynard. You can read about what we learnt there on page 19. Martin Black and Dr. Stephen Peters discuss tips for the trail and the science behind them using their evidence-based horsemanship. Keeping with the science theme, Jean Luc Cornille talks about the science of motion and the dynamic relationship between man and horse. 

On a diff erent note, Elaine Heney takes us behind-thescenes of the new Mark Rashid fi lm "Out of the Wild" on page 23. Last, but not least, Jennifer Malott Kotylo has something for us, as riders, when she takes us through a useful warm up before we get on board.