Kyra has developed a system of training horses that combines the core elements of the German and Swedish systems with her own, unique, techniques. The system has been applied to many different horse and rider combinations with great success. The basics aim to develop the horse based on his own capabilities.
Kevin C. Kelleher, MD, is a family physician, an adjunct professor of medicine, the author of a monthly medical advice column, and an award-winning painter. He is also a backpacker, canoeist, and tenkara devotee.
Kevin Erickson has published many articles in Fly Fishing and Tying Journal and has been a featured tier at sportsmen’s shows including Ed Rice’s International Sportsman’s Expositions, the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show, and the Albany Oregon Northwest Fly Tyer and Fly Fishing Expo. He lives in Beaverton, Oregon.
Kate Green has been an equestrian journalist for three decades, reporting on four Olympic Games and working in the press office of numerous major events. She has written ten books, including the ‘Little Book of Burghley’ and autobiographies with Mark Todd, Pippa Funnell and Mary King. Kate was editor of ‘Eventing’ magazine for ten years and is deputy editor of ‘Country Life’. She lives in west Somerset.
Katja Bredlau-Morich received certification in animal health from the Institut für Tierheilkunde in Viernheim, Germany. She is certified in kinesiology taping of horses by the Maia-Medical Group, Germany, and by Equi-Tape® in the United States, and has provided physiotherapy and taping services for horses in both countries. She currently lives in Rodgau, Germany, where she operates Horse-Wellness, LLC (www.horse-wellness.com).
Kristin Wiola Ødegård is a self-taught knit designer. She works for Tjorven Garn in Oslo, and has developed patterns for yarn companies and magazines for years. Her trademark is the untraditional way she combines colours and her close attention to the charming and distinctive details that bring a sweater together.