This is our last packed issue of 2019 and we've some great articles from our regulars to delve into.
Linda Parelli, Tik Maynard, Justin Colquhoun and Road to the Horse Wildcard “Extreme Wylene” Davis to name drop a few!
Now winter is truly upon us, curl up somewhere cosy and enjoy some time indoors with this month’s issue.
We get up close and personal with the one and only Linda Parelli, as she shares how to be successful with horses. Ross Cooper regales us with his tales from the USA, as he shares his Joe Wolter clinic experience. Cover star, Tik Maynard chats with me about what makes him ‘tik’ as a horseman and clinician, and we review his bestselling book, In the Middle Are The Horsemen.
We also hear from Hanna Walton who is an instructor, one of Tik’s protégés, and also our new author, about why a solid foundation is the key to success.
We also welcome international horseman and teacher Justin Colquhoun, founder of Elite Horsemanship, as he talks to us about how to deal with horses on both ends of the energy spectrum. So, sit back, relax and enjoy! As always, we love to know what you’ve been getting up to with your horses, so drop us a line!
Happy Trails, Kate
We are pleased to introduce Hayleigh Midgley Equine massage and remedial therapist. Hayleigh talks to us about how understanding musculoskeletal health in our horses can benefit their ridden career, ”Understanding how our actions, routines and lifestyle choices for our horses can affect them, gives us a better insight into how we can help prevent scenarios that could impact their performance.”
We get to know Road to the Horse Wildcard “Extreme Wylene” Davis, as she talks to us about her training philosophy. Wylene Davis is renowned for her fearless, daredevil style and effervescent personality which garnered her the name “Extreme Wylene”. She has been featured in films such as, ‘Wild Horse, Wild Ride’ and NatGeo Wild’s ‘Mustang Millionaire’.
We also have excellent training advice from Joe Midgley (don’t forget to check the subscriber content on our website for Joe’s training videos), True West, Al Dunning and Brandon McAuslan.
We also talk to competition success at the Europeans with Olivia Lochhead and what it has taken to get there.