Achieve your horsemanship goals and build a meaningful connection with your horse with Horsemanship Journal Magazine. Get the most from your western riding with expert advice and horse training tips only in Western Horse UK, the UK's western horsemanship magazine.
Our unique magazine is two titles printed back-to-back, giving you the most comprehensive western and horsemanship magazine in the UK. That means you get both great magazines included in your subscription.
Our training articles in this issue are brought to you by Ben Longwell looking at 'horsemanship through stockmanship' and Al Dunning inspires greatness in our riding. Crissi McDonald helps us with ideas to consider when switching from a 'more is more' mindset to a 'less is more' mindset.
Essential reading for horse owners in Ask the Vet this month as Nikki Pursey MA VetMB CertAVP(ESM) MRCVS explores 'Common Dental Disorders'.
We asked readers to tell us about the clubs and societies they run to support the UK western riding community; in this issue, we learn about the 'Happy Hoofins' club. If you would like us to feature your club or society, do send us a message.
For those just getting into western riding, either as a first-time rider or switching from another discipline, we bring you the first in our Western Riding 101 series GUIDE TO WESTERN SADDLES: Parts of a Western Saddle.
I hope you have all enjoyed some sunny days with your horses in between the rain! As we approach the end of our temperamental summer, be sure to spend some time curled up with this month’s issue.
Our cover star, Zoe Coade shares how to build the bond with our equine partners. New author, Sue Palmer makes her debut discussing our horse’s back health. Regular author, Anna Blake shares the third part of her ‘Building the Bubble’ series and encourages us to just move, and Freddy Steele shows us how to lengthen a stride. So, sit back and enjoy.
Horsemanship Journal seeks to bring together inspiring and educational articles from horsemen and women the world over.
With no bias towards one method or another, Horsemanship Journal features experts from many disciplines and schools of thought.
Our authors and experts will help you to explore ways of being with your horse to develop a relationship that benefits both horse and handler.
If you're just getting started in western or a seasoned western enthusiast, you'll find articles and information that you'll love.
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