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In the early days of my radio show, I interviewed a well-known farrier who advocated natural living environs for our horses. Big pastures, varied terrain, lots of other horses around, emulating the aspects of life in the wild that he felt were important....
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The best Aussie horseman you’ve never heard of. The human curry comb, advance and retreat, the control pull. The horse-handling methods of Kell B. Jeffery were new in his time but are commonplace today. Rick and Clinton Anderson provide the full story. Horses helping victims of 9/11. Larry Pariseau from The Family Equestrian Center explains how horses facilitate healing. Also, Rob Morin on soring Tennessee Walking Horses and NH clinician Chelsie Kallestad.
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The best Aussie horseman you’ve never heard of. The human curry comb, advance and retreat, the control pull. The horse-handling methods of Kell B. Jeffery were new in his time but are commonplace today. Rick and Clinton Anderson provide the full story. Horses helping victims of 9/11. Larry Pariseau from The Family Equestrian Center explains how horses facilitate healing. Also, Rob Morin on soring Tennessee Walking Horses and NH clinician Chelsie Kallestad.
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