A while ago one of my web sites was hacked, which caused havoc with all of our sites. After a huge effort the sites are fixed and safe. The repair required that I make some changes, one of which was changing the delivery system for the U.S. Horseman News. I finally finished the newsletter changes today and I’m excited to update U.S. Horsemanship followers. If I’ve made any errors moving subscribers to the new system please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also I wanted to let you know that I’m still offering a copy of the French Cavalry Manual when you sign up for U.S. Horseman News but instead of it being automated I’ll send it to you directly. If you have not received your copy please contact me and I’ll get that off to you right away.
I really enjoyed researching the blog post, “How Did The Cavalry Start Horses?” and appreciate the reader that sent the question about Cavalry colt starting. It was nice to have a topic suggested, so if any one has a topic they’d like to see on U.S. Horsemanship, please contact me and I’ll see what I can find. And while I love researching the Cavalry School, your topic doesn’t need to be limited to the Cavalry.
One last thing, I’m always interested in quality guest authors, so if you have something you’d like to contribute, please send me an email with your idea and a little bit about your back ground. U.S. Horsemanship’s purpose is to pass our horsemanship history along to the next generation.
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