The March/April issue of HorseVibes is incredibly special! This is the first bi-monthly nationally distributed printed version of the magazine, and we have created a wonderful smorgasbord of equestrian stories to celebrate.
Read our editor Candida Baker’s story on Georgia Bruce and Susi May and find out more about the amazing art of Clicker Training; be inspired by dressage rider, breeder and trainer David Shoobridge’s answers to our 20 Questions; Australian author Karen Viggers writes about the sad loss of Elyne Mitchell’s iconic Towong Hill Homestead – the place from which she wrote The Silver Brumby to the fires.
Talking of brumbies, Justine Curatolo brings us her tack box on the vexed question of horse welfare, and Louise Blampied describes the amazing journey she took with an abandoned brumby foal.
Plus we have our usual goodies. Our training tips come to you from the world of Polo; our breed is the famous Australian Stockhorse. Our resident columnist, Charlie Brister, meets the legendary horseman Buck Brannaman. Plus more, of course, much more.