The joy of horses: a beginner's guide to safe and responsible horsemanship

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Contemporary Books, Jan 1, 1998 - Nature - 282 pages
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A must-have for anyone getting started in riding, caring for, or owning a horse, The Joy of Horses is a thorough and unique book that will appeal to young people, captivate their imaginations, and help them realize the joy that horses can bring into their lives. It includes information on choosing a horse, care and maintenance, handling and grooming, riding techniques, and more.

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3Horsekeeping
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The Smart Shopper
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About the author (1998)

Joy Roberts, one of the premier riders in the industry, has worked within the Northwest Thoroughbred Horseracing Industry as a groomer, farm manager, trainer, outrider, exercise rider, and jockey.

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