If lockdown has affected your horse confidence, be sure to look at Helen O'Hanlon's Confidence Clinic, and new author Natasha Fountain begins her 'A to Z of Confidence' series.
Now the ground is harder, Ross Cooper helps us recognise the signs of lameness, and Freddy Steele looks at how introducing pole work can benefit your horse's mental and physical health.
Anna Blake brings the second part of her 'Building the Bubble' series, and we have exciting articles covering everything from equine therapy to rhythm beads!
Bella Barr finds herself amongst the thrill of western showing as she enters the world of competitive western riding at one of the UK's premier equestrian venues - Oakridge arena.
Ben Longwell shares his insight about using the life in your body instead of brute strength as being more effective in making your horse aware of your personal bubble.
Thinking about shopping for a new horse? Horse trainer Joel Conner helps us run the gauntlet of buying a new equine friend.
As horse owners, we know that routine dental care is essential for helping to keep our horses in top condition; but why is it so important? What are the consequences when things go wrong, and what can we do?
In Horse Health, Vet Nikki Pursey looks at Equine Dentistry. This article, the first in a two-part series, describes the structure and function of the normal equine mouth whilst underlying the importance of routine dental care.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy this issue in the sunshine.
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