Ideas and tips on all aspects of riding for riders of any level. A different schooling idea each week. All comments, questions and suggestions welcome.
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THE SCHOOLYOURHORSE BLOG HAS MOVED!PLEASE CLICK ON THE BADGE BELOW TO GO TO THE NEW SITE WHICH NOW INCLUDES A SHOP AND A FORUM AND ALL NEW BLOG POSTS AFTER 1/3/12. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT.
Friday, 2 March 2012
New Post - New Site
The schoolyourhorse blog has now moved. This week's post can be found here - http://www.schoolyourhorse.com/2012/03/03/show-schedule/ It's all about warming up at a show and how the way you do it affects your horse. For all future posts please click on the logo above to go to the new site at www.schoolyourhorse.com Thank you :)
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