The Complete Performance Horse: Feeding, Fitness, Lameness, Preventive Medicine
Improve the performance of your horse by following these sound principles of care and management. With The Complete Performance Horse, readers will learn how to ensure that their horse can perform his best in competition by focusing on the four most important aspects of care: feeding, training, preventive medicine and treatment. Well repected equine veterinarian Colin Vogel explains complex scientific principles in an accessible, easy-to-understand way, making this an invaluable reference book for anyone involved in equestrian competition.
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