"Hi. If you're like me, the more you know about horses, the more you realize there is to know. Horse people have to be life-long learners.
"We need to keep our finger on the pulse of veterinary technology while at the same time develop a feel for the weight shift that tells us the perfect moment to ask for that lateral movement.
you've got a training or horse care concern, or just need some new ideas on riding,
health care, shoeing, or buying a horse, I hope you can find some information
on my site or in one of my books that will help.|
"Also, click on the "Newsletter" link on the Roundup Page to read the archived Horsekeeping Newsletter filled with stories from Long Tail Ranch, seasonal tips, and reminders, and answers to questions from readers."
Have a good read and have a great ride. Happy Trails,
Cherry Hill is the author of over 30 books and videos on horse training and care.
taught college equine courses from 1975-1985 in the US and Canada, most recently
at Colorado State University.
Courses she has instructed include:
|¤ Horse Psychology||¤ Equine Evaluation|
|¤ Ground Training||¤ Horse Performances|
|¤ Mounted Training||¤ Lameness|
|¤ Western Horsemanship||¤ Stable Management|
|¤ English Equitation||¤ Conditioning|
|¤ Riding Instructor Training||¤ Horse Production|
Cherry has written over 1,000 articles for:
|The Chronicle of the Horse||Horse Care|
|American Farriers Journal||Horse & Rider|
|The Quarter Horse Journal||Western Horseman|
|Michael Plumb's Horse Journal||Rural Heritage|
|California Horse Review||Horseplay|
|Horseman's Yankee Pedlar||Horses All|
|The Paint Horse Journal||Horseman|
|The Appaloosa Journal||Anvil Magazine|
|Practical Horseman||The Buckskin Journal|
|Colorado Country Life||The Morgan Horse|
|Award-winning author Cherry Hill was an instructor, trainer, and horse show judge for over 25 years. She shares her knowledge and experience through her many books and videos. Cherry enjoys dressage, western horsemanship, and mountain trail riding. She and her husband Richard Klimesh live in northern Colorado with their 7 horses and 2 cats.|
Care for Kids received |
The 2002 ASPCA
in the Non-fiction, Companion Animal category.
It was selected for its outstanding ability to teach young readers a new way to care for animals and natural resources that we all share.
Cherry Hill's Horse Care for Kids received
American Horse Publication
"Excellent interior photos and illustrations. Nice balance of text and art. Clear text for both kids and parents. Very thorough."
| ||In 1999, Cherry received the Colorado Authors' League TOP HAND AWARD for specialty writing for 101 Horsemanship and Equitation Patterns. The judges remarked, "This is by far the best piece in this category. I don't know anything about horses or equitation but found this an excellent book."|
| ||In 1995, Cherry won the Colorado Authors' League TOP HAND AWARD for specialty writing for 101 Arena Exercises. The judges remarked, "This manual is clear without being simple. It is energetic and shows Cherry Hill's passion for riding."|
| ||In 1994 Cherry received the American Farriers Association's Journalism Award for meritorious service in collecting, editing, and presenting information of interest to farriers. (see Maximum Hoof Power, and Horse Hoof Care)|
| ||Cherry Hill was the recipient of the 1992 American Horse Publications first place award for editorial excellence in the category Service to the Reader for a series she wrote on liability in the equine industry.|
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