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Peaceful Acres The pictured farm is available and offered by Kelly Martin, Home & Farm Expert Please see page 9 for details

Kelly Martin Home & Farm Expert Specializing in Fine Homes & Horse Farms in Chattanooga, Knoxville, & North West GA

423.774.6018

RE/MAX Renaissance Realtors 423.756.5700 201 Cherokee Blvd, Ste 101 Chattanooga, TN 37405

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A Free Monthly Magazine

Communication Lost Mechanical or Relational?.......................................................... 8

Run With The Horses

Peaceful Acres Kelly Martin-Realtor, Home & Farm Expert ..................... 9

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Are You & Your Horse Prepared Richard Winters Horsemanship........................................... 12 Central GA Horse Carriage Antique Auction............... 17 Calendar Of Events............................................................... 18-19

Owned by HorseNRanch Magazine 4 Horses Publications

Western Dressage: Test Levels Lynn Palm.......................................................................................... 20

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Tips for Trail Riders Robert Eversole.............................................................................. 22 Trail of the Month: Lee State Park – South Carolina .......................................... 22

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Evaluating Your Horse in Motion As part of our education we use a Horse Treadmill, Cameras and a simple dirt Track to evaluate before and after trimming and / or shoeing. As a farrier and horse owner, it is amazing how you can see up close and personal how the gait and conformation dictates the horses’ performance. As we film it, we can later review it in slow motion. GREAT education tool only located here. Farriers are self-employed American Made business owners ! Professional Farriers are Horsemen and woman first. We all work together.

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Full Time Trade School Tuesday – Saturday, year round School tuition includes CLEAN lodging, hot meals, tools, anvil and forge !!

Post 9/11 funding is accepted at this school ! We love Veterans!

Visitors & groups are always Welcome ! Trimming & Shoeing Services are available. Problems are our specialty ! Casey & Son Horseshoeing School son, Link Casey, Owner, Master Instructor

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MECHANICAL

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It’s an awesome thing to learn how God wants us to operate. Scripture says in more than one place that God’s people are often destroyed because of a lack of knowledge. God WANTS us to know HOW to bring His good will for us into our situations of life. But KNOWING “how to” should NEVER trump being relational. For instance....someone wants prayer for an ailment in their body and you have learned to claim healing scriptures so you instantly start moving in the principles of what you’ve learned....never stopping to ASK The Lord what He wants to reveal about this situation. Without realizing it, we just placed mechanics OVER relationship. It’s wonderful and needful to learn principles, but there’s a danger to make principles a FORMULA. We LOVE our formulas don’t we!! Let me put this in horse and rider terms: You have a colt that you’re just starting on barrels. At first that colt is listening intently to all that you’re doing. Bending, yielding, pausing, changing leads....etc. After a while and the colt begins to recognize the pattern. THEN..... inevitably.....that colt that USED to rely on you telling him what to do goes, “ohhhhh, I got it!!” and starts running the pattern on their own, kinda turning a deaf ear to the instructions of his rider. Just because the colt has learned the basic barrel pattern does NOT negate the need for his rider!! He THINKS he knows what to do, but in reality, he can’t do it accurately without the one who taught him what he now knows!

Get it? We do that same thing with God! We NEED to learn! We MUST learn! But learning principles NEVER negates the need of listening to the Master! Principles were never meant to replace being RELATIONAL. No matter how much we know.....knowledge can never replace a daily friendship with the Creator. I’m beginning to realize how often I’ve been just like that half trained colt on barrels. I’ve waaaay too many times, grabbed the bit as I ran head on into a situation, thinking I know just what to do! “I got this God!” Yeah....right....what a dipstick! How often I’ve sweated over trying to figure out “how to get God to move” in a situation or how to find a “formula” that will release miracles into this earth’s atmosphere, instead of just wanting to hang out with Jesus and be His friend! Miracles will be an automatic result of friendship with God. We can also do the same thing when it comes to learning scripture. We MUST learn scripture, but as Graham Cooke so aptly said....”some people think God wrote a book and then lost His voice!” God still speaks!! To YOU!! Don’t simply learn scripture as a replacement for hearing His voice!! Relationship....friendship with God is THE most important thing we can develop! Don’t just grab the bit and run into the arena thinking you know the game.....allow the Supreme Wise One to hold the reins and direct your steps!

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This welcoming equestrian estate is called “Peaceful Acres” for a reason. The location gives you the sense of living out in the country while being only 10 minutes from either Ooltewah or Cleveland, TN. This beautifully designed 4 bedroom and 4 ½ bath custom home was built with so much love and careful planning, providing you a place to feel welcomed and can call home. This is an exquisite equestrian estate that is worth checking out and to call home! It is the complete package you have been looking for. Enjoy the Peaceful Acres farm and all that it has to offer you. Call for your private tour today. Kelly Martin 423.77.6018

• foyer with cathedral ceilings • over-sized dining room with wainscot paneling • curved staircase • ample storage throughout • home security system • ambient sound speaker system • designer kitchen with maple/glazed cabinetry featuring rope door overlay • Cambria Quartz countertops • gas range • brick/tile back splash • large island • custom matching desk • pantry and butler’s pantry • mud room with lots of storage • large, cozy family room • custom stacked stone fireplace with granite hearth and removable gas logs • sunroom • all the tile flooring has in-floor heating • dual-level, Trex decking custom deck with built-in benches and large hot tub • spacious and inviting master suite with an enclosed balcony • custom built-in wall cabinets/drawers • his and hers walk-in closets • master bath with heated tile flooring • spacious dual vanities with Cambria Quartz countertop • over-sized deep, jetted tub • separate shower • laundry room with tub sink, closet and cabinet space for storage • central vacuum system throughout • multi-media room featuring a 10 ft screen with projector and surround sound • 3 car garage - spacious and extra deep • classic built barn constructed to survive winds of 150 mph • 12’ x 12’ stalls • dog kennel with 12’ x 30’ run-in • 12 foot wide opening sliding doors front and rear • 6’ x 12’ small pen • fenced-in patio on cement slab • a separate septic tank and electric water heater (located in tack room) • barn wired for cable/phone • hayloft (hay elevator included) • insulated workshop (18’ x 32’ with 12’ ceiling, along with a 50 amp outlet for welding and 50 amp outside service for an RV) • insulated full bath (includes a shower) • insulated tack room(12’ x 15’) that can be heated or cooled • The tack room features a tub sink lots of cabinetry and places to hang your horse gear • washer/dryer hookups

Kelly Martin Home & Farm Expert Specializing in Fine Homes & Horse Farms in Chattanooga, Knoxville, & North West GA.

423.774.6018

RE/MAX Renaissance Realtors 423.756.5700 201 Cherokee Blvd, Ste 101 Chattanooga, TN 37405

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2017 SUMMER SUMMER EVENTS 2017 EVENTS AT AT

Spring Fling Open Horse Show Dates:

Equine Trail Sports “Fun in the Sun” Obstacle Challenge Equine Date: Trail Sports “Fun in the Sun” Obstacle Challenge June 17th (Saturday)

Summer Horse Camps

Dates: Summer Horse Camps rd (Ages June 19th – 23 6 – 12) th th th Dates: Dates: June 26 – 30 (Ages 13 +) Western Show June 4 (Sunday) English Show June 3rd (Saturday) Date: June 19th – 23rd (Ages 6 – 12) th th June 17 (Saturday) June 26th – 30th (Ages 13 +) Western Show June 4 (Sunday) Location: Location: Location: Tennessee Livestock Center on the Meridian Equine Education Center Meridian Equine Education Center MTSU main campus 7930 Lebanon Road 7930 Lebanon Road Location: Location: Location: Lebanon, TN 37090 Lebanon, 37090 Tennessee Livestock Center on the Meridian Equine Education Center MeridianTNEquine Education Center MTSU main campus 7930 Lebanon Road 7930 Lebanon Road Lebanon, TN 37090 Lebanon, TN 37090 For more information on these events and others throughout the year, please visit our website. www.MeridianEquine.com

Spring Fling Show English ShowOpen June Horse 3rd (Saturday)

For more information on these events and others throughout the year, please visit our website. If you have any other questions, please send an email to either Cristin.Jordan@MeridianEquine.com or www.MeridianEquine.com Brittany.Malinoski@MeridianEquine.com. If you have any other questions, please send an email to either Cristin.Jordan@MeridianEquine.com or Brittany.Malinoski@MeridianEquine.com. Our Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies/ Therapeutic Riding Program runs year-round. This program is open to anyone over the age of 5, with physical, cognitive, or learning disabilities. Our Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies/ Therapeutic Riding Program runs year-round. This program is open to over age of 5, with cognitive, or learning For more information or anyone to sign up for the an evaluation ride,physical, please visit our website and disabilities. contact our Director.

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For more information or to sign up for an evaluation ride, please visit our website and Cristin Jordan contact Director. Directorour of Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies Cristin.Jordan@MeridianEquine.com Cristin Jordan 615-289-7539 Director of Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies VOLUME 3 | ISSUE 4 2017 Say you saw it in HORSE N RANCH TM Cristin.Jordan@MeridianEquine.com 615-289-7539


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Are You And Your Horse PREPARED?

With Richard Winters Horsemanship

I ask this question because of two short video clips I recently watched on Facebook. Both of them involved a rider mounting their horse. Both of them ended in disaster. The first rider was seen quietly lunging his saddled horse around in a round pen. He then walked up to the horse, stepped on and was immediately, violently, bucked off. The second rider attempted to climb on his horse in a very small-enclosed area. This consisted of three panels put together in a triangle. There was barely enough room for the horse to turn around. However, there was still plenty of room to buck his rider off while crashing through the panels. Were these riders on “outlaw” horses? Was it simply their unlucky day? No. As I watched both videos, it was evident to me that neither of these riders had their horses prepared properly. It is true that you cannot prepare for everything with horses. There is an inherent risk in dealing with these animals. However, 90% of the wrecks that I’ve seen, or have been involved in, could have been avoided if there had been better preparation. What was the cause of crash? “Pilot error.” Here are a few things to keep in mind when preparing your mount for a successful ride. 1. ASK YOURSELF: WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME THIS HORSE WAS RIDDEN. There are some horses that you can leave out in the pasture for weeks. You can pull them out and get on and it’s like you’ve never missed a day. These kinds of horses are the exception and not the rule. The longer it has been since the horse was ridden, the more diligent you should be in taking the time to warm them up properly before mounting. 2. DO THE MAJORITY OF YOUR GROUNDWORK AND WARMING UP WITH YOUR HORSE SADDLED. I see people make the mistake of spending a lot of time lunging their horse on the ground unsaddled. Then they saddle the horse, step on and get bucked off. If you need to work your horse on the ground before saddling, that’s fine. But you must continue to work your horse with the saddle on to truly have them prepared. 3. WHETHER YOU ARE LUNGING YOUR HORSE ON A LINE, OR FREE LUNGING THEM IN THE ROUND PEN, THEY MUST GO THROUGH THE FULL RANGE OF MOTION. That means you need to send your horse out at the walk, trot and lope. They also need to change directions with some energy and impulsion. The saddle on their back feels different at the trot than it does at the walk. It also feels different at the lope compared to trotting. And when your horse turns, pushes off and goes in another direction, it’s an entirely different sensation. 12

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Diligent people prepare for the future. You might keep a blanket in your car this winter in case of a breakdown on the lonely stretch of highway. I have watched people in Florida board up windows in preparation for an oncoming hurricane. Good students take time to study and prepare for an up coming test. Here is my question for you: Are you and your horse prepared?

4. IS YOUR HORSE TRAVELING EFFICIENTLY? AS HE MOVES THROUGH THE FULL RANGE OF MOTION, IS HE PUTTING 50-POUNDS OF ENERGY INTO A 30-POUND JOB? If so, your horse is not prepared or ready for mounting. I want to observe my horse transitioning through all the gaits and directional changes relaxed and soft. As one horseman put it, “When their tail is in the air, keep your feet on the ground.” Whether it takes five minutes or twenty-five minutes, you need to take the time it takes to have your horse warmed up and thoroughly prepared. 5. CONSIDER YOUR ENVIRONMENT AND CONDITIONS. When I conduct clinics I have had people tell me, “My horse doesn’t act like this at home.” I am convinced that is true. He’s not at home! Horses are creatures of habit and being outside of their familiar surroundings can be enough to in the least distract them, and at most have them buck you off. Also know that if it’s 40° and the wind is blowing twenty miles per hour, there is a chance your horse is not going to act as nice and gentle as he did on that warm quiet summer afternoon. This is only a partial list. It’s up to you to read your horses and know what it takes to have them prepared. Don’t let your mounting experience be the next to go viral on YouTube!

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book, “From Rider to Horseman” that was published by Western Horseman Magazine.   Richard and his wife Cheryl currently reside in Reno, Nevada, and invite you to “Connect” with Richard Winters Horsemanship on Facebook and YouTube. You can also read Winters’ horse training articles, published monthly, in many horse magazines.

Richard Winters horsemanship journey has earned him Colt Starting and Horse Showing Championship titles. Obtaining his goal of a World Championship in the National Reined Cow Horse Association became a reality in 2005. He is an AA rated judge. Another of Richard’s horsemanship goals was realized with his 2009 Road to the Horse Colt Starting Championship. Winters’ was also a Top Five Finalist at the Cowboy Dressage World Finals.   International travels include: Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, Mexico, Scotland, Sweden and Poland where he earned the European International Colt Starting Championship Title. Richard is a “Masterful Communicator” with horses and humans alike.

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Central Georgia Horse Carriage Antique Auction Thursday, Friday & Saturday May 11th, 12th & 13th, 2017 Southeastern Arena

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Every Monday - Burrell Horse Auction, Horse & Tack Sale: Tack 6:00, Horse 8:00; 6450 Bates Pike, Cleveland TN 423-472-0805

First Tuesday of every month National Racking Horse Assoc, Choo Choo Chapter meets at Wally’s Restaurant in East Ridge Tn @ 7pm. New members and visitors always welcome! Jerry Clark 423-667-0440 Fourth Thursday of every month Gordon County Saddle Club monthly meeting @ Gordon County Agricultural Service Center Visitors welcome! Info: (770) 548-5956 First Monday of every month Club Meeting 7:00 pm Last Monday of every month BOD Meeting 7:00 pm Murray County Saddle Club.com First Monday of every month Meeting 7pm Bartow County Saddle Club bartowcountysaddleclub.org 3rd Saturday each month - GA Catoosa County Saddle Club For the 2016 show season...we will be going back to the 3rd saturday each month for our shows....will seem like old times with lots of new people.....looking forward to it. facebook.com/catoosacountysaddleclub Monthly Horse Sales/Adoptions Second Friday: Gleason, TN. West TN Auction Barn. 330 Fence Rd. 6:30 pm. Info: Chucky Greenway 731-571-8198 Second & Fourth Saturday: Scotts Hill, TN. Scotts Hill Stockyard. Info: James Linville 731-549-3523. www. facebook.com/scottshillstockyard

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March 29 - April 2 - GA Atlanta Spring Classic I Bob Bell 843-768-5503 Ga International Horse Park

April 6-8 - TN Martin, TN. Univ. of TN - Martin National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association www.collegerodeo.com

March 30-April 1 - TN Bill Pickett Rodeo Agricenter Showplace Arena; Memphis, TN Jamie White 731-693-6315; 901-378-7470 www.agricenter.org/showplace

APR. 6-9 - TN Germantown, TN. GCHS Arena. WTHJA Springtime in Dixie. Info: www.wthja.com

April 1 - TN MTSU Stock Horse Team Show TN Livestock Center Murfreesboro TN www.mtsu.edu/tlc APR. 1 - TN Knoxville, TN. UTCVM. Jean Luc Cornille with Science of Motion. Info: www.scienceofmotion.com APR. 1 - TN Barrel Racing; Decaturville, TN. Triple P Arena. IBRA show. Info: Jamie White 731-693-6315 April 1 - TN Barrel Racing Mason, TN. Coyote Run Arena. Winter Series Show #13 www.where2barrelrace.com, Aubrey 901-355-3429 ; Tonya 901-871-9343 April 1 - TN Smoky Mtn Horse Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com April 1st - GA Gordon County Saddle Club Equine Dental Clinic NWGA Livestock Pavilion - Calhoun 9am - 12noon

APR. 8-9 - TN Volunteer Ranch Horse Show Agricenter Showplace Arena; Memphis, TN Jamie White 731-693-6315; 901-378-7470 www.agricenter.org/showplace

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APR. 8 - TN Buchanan, TN. Milam’s Horsebarn, Hwy 218. Pro and Non-Pro Bull Riding and Mutton Busting. 8pm. Call April 3, 4-10 pm @ 731-642-8346. Info: 731-644-5665.

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April 8 - GA Gwinnett 4-H Spring Open Horse Show Kaitlyn Turner; 678-377-4010 Georgia International Horse Park

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May 6 - TN Dressage Franklin, TN. Park at Harlinsdale. CDTA Spring Fling show.

Apreil 22-23 - GA H. J. Fox Spring Classics I & II Vickie Bryans; 706-342-3029 Georgia International Horse Park

May 6th- TN GA Draft Horse Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com

April 22-23 - TN Cheryl & Co Hunter & Jumper Classics TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com

May 6-7 - TN Martin, TN; Tennessee HS Rodeo Association (731) 658-5867 http://tnhsra.com

APR. 26-30 - TN Franklin, TN. Brownland Farm. Spring II. Info: www.brownlandfarm.com

MAY 11-14 - TN Hunter/Jumper Germantown, TN. GCHS Arena. WTHJA Memphis in May II. Info: www.wthja.com

April 28-29 - TN East Tennessee Saddlebred Association Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com April 29 - FL Sat January 21st 12 noon Registered Horse Sale; Ocala Florida Southeastern Livestock Pavilion 813-361-6734; floridahorsesales.com

May 12-13- Tn NBHA Barrel race Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu May 13 - TN Southeast Ranch Horse Buckle Series (Main Arena) TRAC (Arena 3) Hunter Jumper Show TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com

April 29-30 - TN Decaturville, TN Tennessee Jr Rodeo Association (731) 855-1860 April 29-30 - GA GHF/Massey Ferguson Dressage at the Horse Park Ann Genovese; 404-289-9328 Georgia International Horse Park April 29-30 - GA Newton County Saddle Club Open Horse Show Kathy Johnson; 770-786-1596 Georgia International Horse Park

May MAY 3-7 - TN AQHA Lucky Seven QH Show TENNESSEE MILLER COLISEUM MTSU Murfreesboro, TN www.mtsu.edu/tmc MAY 4-7 - TN Hunter/Jumper Germantown, TN. GCHS Arena. WTHJA Memphis in May I. Info: www.wthja.com May 5-7 - TN East TN Cutting Horse Assoc. Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu May 6 - GA Rolling Hills Saddle Club Wills Park Equestrian Center, Alpharetta, GA

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MAY 13 - TN Buchanan, TN. Milam’s Horsebarn, Hwy 218. Pro and Non-Pro Bull Riding and Mutton Busting. 8pm. Call May 8, 4-10 pm @ 731-642-8346. Info: 731-644-5665. MAY 13 - TN Racing/Steeplechasing Nashville, TN. Percy Warner Park. Iroquois Steeplechase May 20 - GA Gordon County Saddle Club Annual Fundraiser Event Riding for a Cure Dry Creek Trails, Armuchee Ga. Registration 9am Info: (770) 548-5956 www.gordoncountysaddleclub.com May 18-21 - TN Spinning in the Rein incl. 4 YR Old Futurity Tennessee Reining Horse Association Murfreesboro, Tennessee Miller Coliseum

MAY 19-20 - TN Murfreesboro, TN. Livestock Center. National Spotted Saddle Horse Show. Info: Donna Fletcher 615-890-2864. www.nssha.com May 20- TN National Team Roping League Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu May 20-21- TN GA HS Rodeo Cutting & Reining Cowhorse Clinic and PRCA Mini Camp TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com MAY 24-28 - TN Hunter/Jumper Franklin, TN. Brownland Farm. Nashville Country. Info: www.brownlandfarm.com MAY 31-JUN. 4 - TN Hunter/Jumper Franklin, TN. Brownland Farm. Summer. Info: www.brownlandfarm.com May 26-27- TN Outlaw Pro Rodeo TriState Exhibition Center; Cleveland Tn; tristateexhibitioncenter.com

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April 23 - GA Atlanta Youth Dressage Challenge Liz Molloy, 770-634-4089 Georgia International Horse Park

MAY 18-21 - TN Spring Slip & Slide Reining Horse Show TENNESSEE MILLER COLISEUM MTSU Murfreesboro, TN www.mtsu.edu/tmc

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May 27 - GA Rolling Hills Saddle Club Wills Park Equestrian Center, Alpharetta, GA Hunter, Jumper, Western, Running, and Classes for Riders with Special Needs All arenas start at 8 a.m. MAY 27 - TN Dressage, Murfreesboro, TN. Roberson Equestrian Facility. CTDA show MAY 27-28 - TN TQHA Hillbilly Classic Roane State Expo Center Harriman Tn; roanestate.edu MAY 27-28 - TN Volunteer Ranch Horse Show TENNESSEE MILLER COLISEUM MTSU Murfreesboro, TN www.mtsu.edu/tmc MAY 27-29 - TN Cleveland, TN. Forrest Co. Multipurpose. MayFest Barrel Run www.where2barrelrace.com

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Western Dressage: TEST By Lynn Palm

The greatest advantage of the Western Dressage discipline is that you know what you have to do with each levels and test. It is not like going to a hunter show and having to learn the day of the show the course for Equitation or Hunter over fences, or a western show and having to learn the new trail or horsemanship patterns. So how do you know what level of test to show in and what do you expect to pre-enter a show? Here are my tips to know what level you need to show in and what you need to know about pre-entering. • Practice the tests at home and start with the first tests. Walk and trot. This is the best way to get your “feet wet” and compete with success and confidence. • If you have not shown in a good while and want to get back into it, find the level at which you and your horse do very well and can ride consistently. Then always start with the test 1, then go to test 2, then test 3. As the number of the tests get higher, the tests become more difficult. • Watch for soundness and willingness from your horse. Are his ears forward or working back and forth attentively? Is he confident and happy with his rider? • Is your horse relaxed in his overall body with his tail relaxed, swinging at the bottom, as opposed to swishing or wringing his tail? Is he confident and in a correct balance? • Is your horse responding to light aids? • Are you riding with your eyes focused far enough ahead so you can give your horse the communication to respond to you with smoothness, confidence, and accuracy? • Are you learning the level and test well enough that you don’t “feel lost” riding the test? This means that you are riding in a level that is suited for you and your horse. • Are you getting frustrated making the same mistakes? If so, go back a level or test. This is the beauty of Dressage. You stay at the level you are confident in and move up when you and your horse are ready. No pressures and please respect this. • If you and your horse are ready to move up a level and test, make sure that you still enter a lower test or level at the same show and day. This lower test will continue to build confidence and help you ride positively when you try your more advance test for the day or weekend.

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Tips for Pre-Entering: • Find the show in the listing from USEF/USDF approved shows, or your local schooling show, though your horse clubs or associations. • All Dressage shows have pre-entries, at least two weeks ahead, so they can make the line up of times for each level, tests, and divisions of Jr., Amateur, or Open (Pro classes). • Contact the show secretary though the phone or email and make sure that you meet them at the show and thank them for all their good efforts to hold the competition • Upon entering your level and test, make sure that you enter the level you ride well and if you are ready to move up, enter the next higher level or test. • Meet the deadline of entries. Today you can do most entries online and with credit cards for convenience. However, if you mail the entries, make sure you send them to be received with a signature and tracking number. • When you get to the show, make sure after unloading your horse and tack, that you go to the show office and get checked in. You MUST have your numbers on everywhere at the show. If your horse is out of the stall, he must have the number on the halter or bridle. Meet your secretary; most shows will have a nice treat for your horse when you get there. I hope that these tips are helpful to you. Now get out there and show! You will love it and you will have so much fun. The shows are laid back so you have time to watch others and learn and get inspired. Make sure you make time to graze your horse, as this is a great way to give your horse a treat and get him out of the stall.

PALM PARTNERSHIP TRAINING ™ Building a Partnership with Your Horse We would love to have you come ride with us. We love to share our dressage backgrounds and knowledge with you. You can join us at our farm in Ocala, Florida, or at one of our Ride Well Clinics on our USA Tour at a location near you. If you would like to train with Lynn & Cyril at home with Western Dressage, take advantage of the following supportive training materials: BOOKS: “Head To Toe Horsemanship” “Western Dressage—A Guide to Take You to Your First Show” “A Rider Guide to Real Collection” DVDS: “Dressage Principles for the Western Horse & Rider” Volume 1 Parts 1-5 “Dressage Principles for the Western & English Horse & Rider” Volume 2, Parts 1-3 “Let Your Horse Be Your Teacher” Parts 1&2 For more information about training courses, educational materials and much more, please visit www.lynnpalm.com or call 800-503-2824.

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Trail Riding Tips

Time to Hit the Trails! Here’s a bit of advice in hopes to help you have fun and get out on the trails!

Get in Shape: Horse riding is a physical activity and your fitness is just as important as your horse’s. A rider who is in shape will not only be physically stronger but also have more stamina; is better balanced in the saddle; and will have the flexibility and suppleness that is required to move as one unit with the animal. Stop Procrastinating: When the days are short, cold, and dreary it’s entirely too easy for me to say I’ll work with the horses tomorrow. Tomorrow is generally a long time in coming and when it does finally arrive the ponies, and me, are in poor shape for a long trail ride.

Meet New People: Trail riding is in my humble opinion the most enjoyable of all equine activities, and riding with friends make it even more so. We’re all busy and it’s not easy to come across people with similar interests. I’ve found that my local Backcountry Horsemen organizations are wonderful places to meet people you may want to go riding with. The Backcountry Horsemen is an excellent organization full of wonderful people that can help you get out of the trails.

Be More Confident and Take Some Chances: Horses are large, can be unpredictable, and accidents do happen so our fears are not unfounded nor anything to be ashamed of. Overcoming these anxieties is doable if you give yourself permission to try, to fail, and then try again. I’ve found that taking riding lessons is a tremendous benefit and confidence booster. And finally, if you always avoid situations that make you uncomfortable (Remember that uncomfortable is different from dangerous.) you’ll never grow.

Be More Polite: Good manners have always been an important part of civilized societies. Be familiar with the etiquette of the trails and learn how to be a better user of the trails. Greeting hikers and bikers on the trail with a broad smile and a friendly “Howdy” is the best way to start a positive trail conversation. 22

Lee State Park – South Carolina Trailhead Coordinates: 34.20875, -80.19456 www.trailmeister.com/trails/lee-state-park/ Very mild winter temperatures in the 60’s greet riders and campers in this South Carolina State Park. An easy hour’s drive from South Carolina’s capital of Columbia, Lee is located about 100 miles inland from the coast, in the Sandhill region, amongst the remnants of ancient sand dunes left over from what used to be coastal beaches eons ago. An interesting aside about Lee is that it is one of only a few state parks built by the Civilian Conservation Corps built during the Great Depression. Camping at Lee is anything but primitive with 23 horse camping sites each with electrical and water connections as well as centrally located restrooms and shower facilities. Corral space is somewhat limited but highlines are allowed in camp. The twelve miles of trails at Lee are split between a dedicated equestrian trail and the main park road. The main horse trail is accessed from the show ring and stables and has multiple cut offs that provide options and allow for varied rides. With such a limited number of trail miles you might wonder why bother? The answer is simple; these are a magnificent twelve miles. Even the bit of roadside (Oh no!) riding along the Lynches River offers gorgeous sites and views as you mosey down the path parallel to the river. Likewise the dedicated horse trails wander through the beautiful forest of tall longleaf pines covering the sandy floor. As with many areas in the south while the winter temperatures are mild; the summer is hot, sticky, and has a tendency to be buggy as well. For more information on this area and the largest horse trail and camp guide visit www.TrailMeister. com Robert Eversole; Trail Meister Owner and Chief Trail Boss. 513-374-9021; robert@trailmeister.com; www.TrailMeister.com TrailMeister is The Largest Equine Trail and Camping Guide in the World

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