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Scott Hassler: Be a Better Coach for Your Horse

Plus, understand three common nutritional issues

One of America’s top dressage trainers talks about how to improve your horse’s performance by being an ideal coach
for him. Plus, understand three common nutritional issues that might be affecting your equine athlete.

In this issue:

• Scott Hassler shares the qualities of a good coach, which is the first step to being able to coach your horse well.
He then gives advice on how to know your horse—the second step.

• Dr. Clair Thunes explains common problems she sees in dressage horses’ diets: insufficient trace minerals,
inadequate vitamin E and lack of quality protein.


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