Harmony Between Horse & Rider
These articles are from the AAHS President Jan Dawson's Column in Caution:Horses.
Although each article is copyrighted by its author, permission is given to reproduce or reprint without charge any article for redistribution in a newsletter or similar non-commercial medium.
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The Litigation-Resistant Instructor
North American Horsemen's Association Annual Conference
Teaching Beginners to Ride
Completing the First Year
Why I Call It Harmony
Hot Weather Hazards
Is It Discipline or Revenge?
My Students, My Teachers
Fall in New Canaan
The Death of a Friend
A Comfortable Horse Is a Safe Horse
The Guest Ranch Trail Ride
2,400 Years Experience Teaches Correct Seat a Must
Speaking at the AHSA Convention 2000
How Ever-changing Law Affects the Riding Instructor
Drought-related Problems and Other Matters
Great Equestrian Programs in Utah
Let's Go on a Trail Ride -- Down the Road!
Horse Show Safety
What About Discipline?
The Goal of a Lesson
Her Helmet Saved Her Life
Competency of Summer Staff
A Head Injury--The Aftermath As Seen from the Inside
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced: Check One
Procedural 'Spring Cleaning'
Instructor Responsibility: What About the Horse Show?
'Permissible' Accidents and Their Prevention
The Cowboy and the Helmet, It's Not as
Funny as You Think
Taking Pride in Beginners