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eBook Your Healthy Happy Horse: How to Care for Your Horse Have Fun Too! ePub

by Lesley Ward

  • ISBN: 1931993408
  • Category: Pets and Animal Care
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Lesley Ward
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CompanionHouse Books (September 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1876 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1681 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf azw txt
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 198

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1 online resource (112 pages) : Provides tips to strengthen the bond between young riders and their horse or pony

1 online resource (112 pages) : Provides tips to strengthen the bond between young riders and their horse or pony. Finding the right horse - Footloose in the field - A stable life - Staying healthy - Feeding your horse - A good fit - In and out of the saddle - When good horses go bad - Saying goodbye. Print version record.

How to Win Ribbons & Have Fun Too, The Horse Illustrated Guide to English Riding, The Horse . This is a great book it has everything from how to feed a horse to getting rid of dangerous habits and is also very informative.

Lesley lives on a farm in Kentucky, in the heart of the bluegrass, with four horses. She enjoys eventing, trail riding, and teaching children how to ride.

Your Healthy and Happy Horse : How to Care for Your Horse and Have Fun Too! .

Your Healthy and Happy Horse : How to Care for Your Horse and Have Fun Too! by Lesley Ward.

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Informationen zum Titel Your Healthy & Happy Horse von Lesley Ward [mit . There's riding hints on how to make training sessons and lessons FUN for both you and your horse as well as techniques for preventing and overcoming vices such as cribbing, weaving, and chewing.

Informationen zum Titel Your Healthy & Happy Horse von Lesley Ward There's riding hints on how to make training sessons and lessons FUN for both you and your horse as well as techniques for preventing and overcoming vices such as cribbing, weaving, and chewing. After reading Your Healthy & Happy Horse, you'll be ready for lots of fun in the saddle with your four-legged friend. Animals, Animals – Horses

Acclimating the new horse to a barn and field, possibly with other horses,.

An easy-­to-­read primer for horse selection, care, and training ideal for readers of all ages, Your Happy Healthy Horse covers every topic a new or potential horse owner will need to become his or her horse’s best friend. 0. get from feedbooks.

Finding the right horse - Footloose in the field - A stable life - Staying healthy - Feeding your horse - A good fit - In and out of the saddle - When good horses go bad - Saying goodbye. Horses - Juvenile literature. Horses Juvenile literature.

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An easy-to-read primer for horse selection, care, and training ideal for readers of all ages, Your Happy Healthy Horse covers every topic a new or potential horse owner will need to become his or her horse’s best friend. Author Lesley Ward, an accomplished horse trainer and the editor of Young Rider magazine, has provided an excellent starting point for beginners who are ready to purchase their first horse and take on the responsibility of husbandry and training. The selection of the most appropriate horse for an individual is key to the new owner’s having a great time with his or her horse, and the opening chapter “Finding the Right Horse” discusses all of the necessary considerations (personality, mare or gelding, breed, size, etc.). Acclimating the new horse to a barn and field, possibly with other horses, is the subject of “Footloose in the Field.” This chapter discusses field requirements such as fencing, water, and shelter and the everyday and monthly tasks of a horse owner. Health is an important consideration for all keepers, and the chapter “Staying Healthy” addresses recognizing a sick horse, first aid, veterinary care, parasites, tooth care, hoof care, and grooming. There is an excellent section on therapies that owners may be interested in exploring, from chiropractics and massage to basic stretches and tail whirls. In the chapter on feeding, the author offers ten essential rules that effectively serve as feeding guidelines for companion horses. She also discusses types of feed and supplements as well as the how to maintain the horse at a healthy weight. There are three chapters devoted to training and riding the horse, emphasizing the importance of choosing the right (and properly fitting) gear, conditioning the horse, riding lessons, and more. The chapter “When Good Horses Go Bad” offers advice on how to avoid and correct common bad habits, including cribbing, weaving, wood chewing, irritability, biting, kicking, bucking, rearing, and bolting. Appendix of useful addresses and glossary included.

Comments

Malak Malak
My ten-year-old granddaughter loved the book. She is a beginning horseman and was tickled to receive it.
Skilkancar Skilkancar
This is a great book it has everything from how to feed a horse
to getting rid of dangerous habits and is also very informative.
Whiteflame Whiteflame
love it