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EQUESTRIAN TIPS & HORSE CARE

Horse Trainer Chris Cox features saddles, tack, books, and much more on his website. Chris Cox says: "Much of my program revolves around three's three seat positions, three leg positions, three steps in many of the exercises." Visit www.Chriscox.com for more info, clinic and training seminar schedules, riding tips and more.

Backing a horse trailer is not the most natural thing to do. A great tip that is easy to remember is that when you place your hands on the bottom of the steering wheel, Whichever way your hands go when you turn the wheel is the way the horse trailer will move.

Horse Brushes that do double duty? Nail a few old horse brushes (the bristly ones) to the sides of the stall so your horses can rub against them to get at those annoying itches.














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