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Willing Partners: Insight on Stockmanship by Peter Campbell

Peter Campbell’s "Willing Partners: Insight on Stockmanship" provides owners, trainers, and riders with guidelines for developing young horses and establishing good stockmanship practices to ensure their mount’s continued advancement. The author endeavours to break down his equine philosophies, explaining how his mentors Tom Dorrance and Ray Hunt helped form his persistent yet patient approach to working with horses.

Bucas Max Saddle Pad

By Emily Penn - As the Horse Journals staff are mostly riders, we get the opportunity to chat a lot about the products we either wish we owned, or wish we could invent,…and we do a lot of wishing. At the moment the product of conversation is the Bucas Max Saddle Pads.

Green Acreages Guide: Stewardship for Small Acreages

Green Acreages Guide: Stewardship for Small Acreages provides prospective and current Canadian hobby farm and acreage owners with guidelines for developing and carrying out management practices to preserve and defend the quality of their land and surrounding natural resources, including air, water, and wildlife.

By Emily Penn - The fifth season of CBC’s hit TV show Heartland was another great year of the family drama we love so much. Set in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, the latest season features the further adventures of our favourite characters and horses at the bustlingly busy Heartland Ranch.

A Marvelous Mustang: Tales from the Life of a Spanish Horse

How often do we riders wonder what our horses are thinking? A Marvelous Mustang is a fascinating story seen through the eyes of Skandranon Rashkae (“Skan”), a Spanish Mustang. Author and Skan’s owner, Janice M. Ladendorf, relates the tale of Skan’s first four years of life, from his birth as a wild horse on the range at Horse Head Ranch in North Dakota, to his capture, gentling, and eventual acceptance of life as a riding horse.

Downunder Horsemanship TV with Clinton Anderson

By Jess Hallas-Kilcoyne - You may be an avid fan and practitioner of natural horsemanship, or perhaps you’re looking to learn more about natural training methods. In either case, Clinton Anderson’s Downunder Horsemanship TV offers an informative step-by-step demonstration of his methodology.

Horse of a Lifetime by Dr. Helen Douglas

Horse of a Lifetime by Dr. Helen Douglas is a collection of sixty unique stories about amazing horses across Canada, beautifully presented in a hardcover volume. Not just reserved for the famous horses, this book tells the stories of Canada’s unsung heroes, from the family pet to the competitive athlete.

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