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Deep Theme: Self-Understanding
and Personal Honesty
Physical Theme: Grand-Dad's Horses:
Thoroughbreds & Quarter Horses

A huge farewell issue. Major photo essay and transcript of the Ray Hunt clinic at Pasadena. The Josh Nichol articles on horse handling. Guided reading on awareness and feel with Tolle's "New Earth", Redfield's "Celestine Prophecy", J.R.R. Tolkien's "Smith of Wootton Major". Guided reading on personal honesty with Scott Peck's "People of the Lie" and "Civility". Review of Cesar Milan's book on dog training. Section on Healthy Aging with Drs. Weil and Benson. Special section on "Birdie Theory in a Nutshell". Best classic "Forum Gold" threads: keeping a stallion's attention; Peter's awakening (one step at a time); the beginner's dilemma (whom to listen to); the ungrateful grad; what it means to "ask" a horse to do something.

This issue also includes incredible photographic and pedigree histories of the Thoroughbred and the American Quarter Horse -- with hundreds of historical pedigrees going right back to the 17th century, and stuffed with rare old photos.

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