Young Rider

September 25, 2017 - Comment

Entertains pony-mad youngsters with a fun-filled mixture of riding tips, horse-care hints, celebrity features, pen-pal pges, contests and three or more beautiful color posters. Aimed at horse-owning pre-teens, and horse-less riding school kids, the magazine’s goal is to teach young people how to look after their horses properly and how to improve their riding skills

Entertains pony-mad youngsters with a fun-filled mixture of riding tips, horse-care hints, celebrity features, pen-pal pges, contests and three or more beautiful color posters. Aimed at horse-owning pre-teens, and horse-less riding school kids, the magazine’s goal is to teach young people how to look after their horses properly and how to improve their riding skills safely.Young Rider magazine is the ultimate publication for younger horse enthusiasts. Every issue features articles from some of the top names in the field, and the issues use larger pictures and typefaces that make the articles easy for younger people to read. From tips on working with horses to articles submitted by readers, the magazine provides a wealth of information.

Young Rider magazine contains a Pony Pen Pals section, which lets readers create their own pen pal ads with information that lets others write back to them. Readers can also write in with their own questions and concerns, which a professional will answer in the Horse and Pony Problems section. The magazine also contains a section maintained by a professional veterinarian, who responds to questions about the health of horses.

Younger readers will find that many of the articles and features contain helpful information, including the Short Story section. Each story ends with the main character learning a valuable lesson, which you can carry with you when you hit the stable. Every issue includes information on both English and Western riding to appeal to all readers. You will find feature articles devoted to summer jobs for horse lovers, camps for pony enthusiasts, tips on traveling with your horse, and advice on picking the right saddle or horse.

A subscription to Young Rider magazine will let you explore the world of horses year-round and find tips on working with your horse, whether you ride for fun or enter your horse in competitions and shows.

Comments

WGE G'Dad says:

Great little magazine for my riding kids. Great little magazine for my riding kids. The kids read it from cover to cover every issue. I’ll keep getting it as long as the kids ride.

MT thru M'sia & CA into NJ says:

Good for 11-year old daughter 11 year old loved it — and even enjoyed looking at it after a horse tripped and she fell, breaking her collar bone and making her swear off horses for the time being.

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