First Guide To Horse And Pony Care
Written for children aged eight to 12 who want to understand and know about the horses and ponies they ride and look after. Topics covered include basic anatomy and biology, tack, feeds and supplements, caring for the horse at pasture and the stabled horse, grooming and general maintenance.
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