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How Horses Work Series in Eclectic Horseman
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kcooper
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 Posted: Mon Jul 24th, 2017 01:57 am
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Hi there
Does anyone have a list of which volumes in Eclectic Horseman that Dr Deb's How Horses Work series are in? How many submissions in total were there?
I have a subscription to the magazine but two years worth of mine got soaked and thrown out so I'm missing quite a few and I want to order the online versions.
Thank you!
Kim

Last edited on Mon Jul 24th, 2017 01:57 am by kcooper

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 Posted: Mon Jul 24th, 2017 05:48 am
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Kim, please go to the Eclectic Horseman website to find out what you want. If you can't figure out the content of various back issues through the website, then contact the editor Emily Kitching and explain your unfortunate mess with water soaking your magazines, and I'm sure she'll help you some way.

Also, you almost sound like you're thinking the series is over and done with. Not hardly. There's a new article this month in fact. They print me about every other issue, partly because my pieces tend to be rather long and pages need to be devoted to other peoples' work, too.

You should also be subscribing to Equus Magazine if you haven't already been -- our series on the history of breeds in there over the past year has been really neat, even if I say so myself. Upcoming will be a miniseries of three on "forensic-style" analysis of the skeletal remains of four famous horses. Stay tuned....Dr. Deb

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 Posted: Sun Jul 30th, 2017 06:53 pm
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The series of articles by Dr Bennett you are looking for start in Series 51 of EE. Jan/Feb 2010.

Perhaps consider ordering the back issues you have lost in digital format, mine are a click away on my iPad.


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