The ultimate horse book

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Dorling Kindersley, 1991 - Nature - 240 pages
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A must for everyone who loves horses, here is a comprehensive and visually stunning guide to horses from around the world. At the center of the book is a photographic catalog of 80 breeds of horse and pony. Each breed is photographed in color, and its history, physical characteristics and temperament are explained. Includes horse care, riding and equipment section. 500 photographs and illustrations.

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User Review  - Dark-Draco - Goodreads

I can't say that I have read this cover to cover, as a lot of the actual text is quite general horsey stuff that has been repeated in hundreds of other books. However, there are some things that were ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sierra Osborne - Goodreads

I thought that it was good it. The book teaches about horses and more to the people that already know things about the animals. It also teaches about the actives you can do with the horse. Read full review

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Elwyn Hartley Edwards is a former editor of "Riding" magazine and is a consultant for "Horse & Hound," He is the the author of several books on horses, including, "Wild Horses: A Spirit Unbroken "and" Wild Horses: The World's Last Surviving Herds.

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