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Trainer Carol Metcalf helps a reader guide her wayward mare back to the rail—and keep her there.
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Al Dunning teaches you to ride with rhythm.
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Stay in position when finishing a cow horse run, and both you and your horse will stay safe and
The boy couldn’t understand what steering his bike had to do with riding his horse. Then he finally
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