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October November 2018
Vol 40 No 3
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INSIDE the October/November 2018 issue

Vol 40 No 3 $7.50 AU, $7.95 NZ, App (for all devices) $5.99

 

With a couple of competition horses and an event schedule aiming for success in the Jumping NSW
Amateur Rider of the Year Series, Jade’s dedication
to her horses, finance career and desire for a
satisfying work, horse, life balance requires
effective time management.

 

Jade Middleton - RIDERS WHO JUGGLE
by Berni Saunders



 

'JUST’ A TRAIL RIDER by Ross Jacobs
Posting to his 13,500 plus Facebook followers that he had a bone to pick with trail riders may have raised many eyebrows, until it became clear that Ross has plenty of respect and admiration for riders who venture beyond an arena and into the great outdoors.

THE THREE A’s OF DRESSAGE
by Berni Saunders
Success in the dressage arena requires more than just riding the predefined movements for the judge to score. Successful competitors ensure it’s where they can showcase their horse’s strengths and highlight their accuracy, athleticism and artistry.

BULLYING IN EQUESTRIAN SPORT
by Kaye Meynell
It’s a term that’s making the news constantly these days, something reportedly happening in schools, work places, online and even in Parliament. It’s probably no surprise therefore that bullying can and does happen in equestrian sports too.

TRANSYLVANIA TRAIL – the rustic charm of Romania by Tania Huppatz
The back of a horse provided the ideal vantage point to enjoy this beautiful, historical region and all it has to offer during a five day escorted riding holiday.

STOP THAT ITCH
by Kentucky Equine Research
There’s a range of factors that can affect a horse’s skin and lead to itchiness, including biting insects. Their reaction to being bitten or affected by irritants can range from mild to extreme with preventive and treatment approaches varying according to the cause and severity of the problem.

   
Some of the 2017 articles in Hoofbeats - click to view  

JUST A TRAIL HORSE doesn't do justice to horses that venture into the world beyond the arena.

  STOP THAT ITCH before your horse rubs and creates skin conditions that develop into open wounds.


WE LOVE A SUNBURNT COUNTRY BUT...by Catherine Bird
A look at what herbs can help support your horse to enable it to cope with the environment this coming summer.

OLDER RIDER SERIES … Groundwork - how can it help? by Felicity Wischer
An important aspect of the horse’s training, for the older rider groundwork can be especially important to gain confidence and improve the likelihood of a successful experience with the horse, in and out of the saddle.

MARBACH – the Senior State Stud in Germany
by Janine Daniel
Hoofbeats reader and Arabian breeder Janine Daniel was fortunate enough to visit and study at the oldest German State Stud this year, where 500 years of history has resulted in a breeding enterprise and stud attraction that’s second to none.

World Equestrian Games
The 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games™, held at the Tryon International Equestrian Centre in North Carolina (USA) was disrupted by weather associated with Hurricane Florence, causing some events to be cancelled.

HAY … what, when and how much? by Antoinette Foster
Horses are designed to constantly eat and many owners will feed hay to meet their grazing requirements. But how much hay do they need, and what’s the best way to provide it?

WHY VACCINATE? by Dr Jennifer Stewart
Vaccines have been developed for horses to improve their health and welfare with a number recommended to protect Australian horses from a range of conditions they could face in this country.

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PLEASE EXPLAIN Questions answered include What is a Chigger?; Does your horse have Ergots?; Can Whorls on a horse’s head tell us about its temperament and Kentucky Equine Research discuss sunflower seeds and feeding them to horses.

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GROOMING FOR SUCCESS Vol 40-2
by Kaye Meynell

There’s many reasons why owners should be grooming their horses; the techniques, equipment and products varying as highlighted by a number of successful competitors - Lyndal Oatley (dressage), Chanele Hunter-Cooke (show horses), Rachel Watts (eventing) and Stokes Sporthorses (dressage and eventing) - who share their approach and tips.

 

 

Vol 35 - 1
CORONARY BAND INJURIES

by by Dr Luke Wells-Smith BVSc

While injuries to the coronary band range in severity, prompt attention may prevent any ongoing issues with lameness.

Vol 35 - 1
Sandi Simons- LEG CONTROL

by Sandi Simons

A rider should not have to constantly ask their horse to move forward, get off their inside leg, stop falling out through the shoulders or stop falling in on the circle.

   

 

CONGRATULATIONS to our Aug/Sept 18 winners of the Subscriber's competition.


Adriana Doherty
of Narre Warren North, Victoria has won 2x full day tickets to the day of her choice, and evening entertainment at Equitana Melbourne. Natasha Porter of Freemans Reach, NSW and Annabelle Pegrum of Reid, ACT have also wond 2 x General Admission tickets to the day of their choice

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