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INSIDE the December January 2019/20 issue
Vol 41 No 4 $7.50 AU, $7.95 NZ, App (for all devices) $5.99

 

Australian Masterclass with Carl Hester - Take-home message from riders by Liz Tollarzo
Riding enthusiasts from across the disciplines made the most of the opportunity to see Carl’s Masterclass, which clearly showed the training steps required to take a horse ‘through the levels’ of dressage; a valuable learning experience for all.


Pneumonia - inflammation of the lungs
by Dr Jennifer Stewart. Equine Veterinarians Australia
A respiratory infection can result from a number of different causes, so it’s important to be aware of the risk factors and signs to look for to ensure prompt veterinary treatment.

Who Makes Your Horse’s Medication? by Kaye Meynell
What is a compounded medication? Understanding the difference between registered and compounded medications and being aware of how a drug is made could save your horse from an ineffective treatment or potentially dangerous situation.

Riders Who Juggle - Steve Cox
by Berni Saunders
While we’ve featured riders who juggle their horses with busy careers and various commitments, Steve Cox’s passion and love of his work with his equine entertainment business never feels like a juggle

Dealing with the Lazy Horse by Clinton Anderson
Practical training tips for riders with a lazy horse.

Engage Your Core by Jemma Moon
Core strength is important for horse riders and with the right exercises, and time set aside to do them, you’ll soon feel the benefits.

   

STEVE COX - Riders Who Juggle.Steve has a passion for learning and his equine entertainment business.

 

DEALING WITH THE LAZY HORSE
Clinton Anderson offers practical tips for riders.

 

Building Blocks- FOUNDATION TRAINING with Equitation Science.
Backing the horse


Dealing With Change by Catherine Bird - County Park Herbs
Horses are creatures of habit and many do not accept change easily. Catherine suggests herbs to help for different situations

Recognising Concussion by Deidre Rennick
With growing awareness and concern about sport related concussion, and horse riders at particular risk, it’s important to know how to identify the signs, what to do if concussion is suspected and how you can reduce your risk.

‘Norse’ Horses - Icelandic Horses by Kirsty Hawkes
The Haldane family in Victoria have been breeding these horses since the late 90’s. The Icelandic horse is known for its ‘fifth’ gear, an extra gait that is considered to be an exceptionally smooth ride.

Building Blocks - Foundation Training with Equitation Science
by Portland Jones and Sophie Warren
The third in the series on Foundation Training considers the process of classical conditioning and backing the horse.

May I Be Excused?
by Lee Davis
When you attend a clinic with your horse you are hoping for a successful experience. But what if your horse does not have the same thoughts, and things don’t quite go to plan?

Are You ready for A Bushfire?
by Tracy Weaver-Sayer
Fires stretching across a large part of Australia have highlighted the need for all horse property owners to have an emergency plan in place.


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HORSE FRONT News, veterinary advances and horse happenings around the world.

PLEASE EXPLAIN Questions answered include:

• What taste is that?

• What does the colour of your horse’s gums tell you?

• Can horses learn to open doors, gates and feed room latches?


   

WEED FREE AND FIRE READY Have a dedicated fire tank ready and this can be used as a weed sprayer when outside the fire season

 

CLEAN-UP and DECLUTTER
It is always a good time to declutter and clean your stables.

 

KEEPING SNAKES OUT OF THE STABLE
Yes, they are protected, and yes, they keep rats and mice down, but do we want them in the stable?

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Vol 41 - 1
August September 2019
LYME DISEASE IN AUSTRALIA
by Dr Jennifer Stewart
So what is Lyme Disease? While the tick that transmits this condition has not been identified in Australia there are many instances of people and horses suffering from Lyme-like symptoms. How, why and where can it occur, and what can be done about it?

Vol41 - 1
August September 2019
HORSES THAT FALL THROUGH THE CRACKS
with Dr Kylie Brkusich by Kaye Meynell
Despite the advancements and research in equine veterinary care some horses health issues can be difficult to diagnose, treat and manage, resulting in horses that are heading for the retirement paddock - when they really don’t need to be there.








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