Equestrian Studies: The Salem College Guide to Sources in English, 1950-1980

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Scarecrow Press, 1981 - Reference - 361 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Their Favorite Books
7
REFERENCE WORKS
17
B DICTIONARIES AND GLOSSARIES
21
C ENCYCLOPEDIAS AND HANDBOOKS
23
D GENERAL ANNUALS AND YEARBOOKS
25
E STATISTICAL REPORTS
26
F COLLECTIVE BIOGRAPHY
27
C THE SIDE SADDLE
174
D STUDY AND TEACHING
175
2 Specific Schools
181
E CHILDREN AND HORSES
184
2 Clubs and Camps
186
G HORSEMANSHIP EXCLUDING RACING IN SELECTED LANDS
188
PART VII HORSE RACING
192
B RULES AND REPORTS
197

2 Women and Horsemanship
28
PART II EQUINE MAKEUP HEALTH AND REPRODUCTION
31
B EQUINE MAKEUP
32
2 Behavior and Psychology
34
3 Gaits
36
C HEALTH AND DISEASE
37
2 Veterinarians
41
3 Specific DiseasesTreatments
42
D REPRODUCTION
45
2 Equine Genetics
49
Specific Animals
50
4 Foals and Their Development
53
5 Identification Color and Markings
55
PART III HORSE BREEDS
57
B LIGHT HORSES
62
2 Specific Breeds
64
C DRAFT HORSES
79
2 Specific Breeds
81
D PONIES
82
2 Specific Breeds
83
E DONKEYS AND MULES
85
F WILD HORSES PONIES DONKEYS AND MUSTANGS
87
G FAMOUS HORSES
91
2 Individual Animals
93
PART IV EQUINE CARE AND THE HORSE BUSINESS
100
2 Feeding and Nutrition
103
3 Safety
109
4 Grooming
110
5 Housing and Transportation
111
6 Farriery
114
7 Tackle Equipment and Attire
118
B Attire
119
C Boots and Spurs
120
D Bits and Bridles
121
E Saddles and Harness
124
B THE HORSE BUSINESS
127
2 Purchasing Trading Selling
129
3 Stable Management
133
4 Business Taxes and the Law
134
5 Farms Stables and Ranches
136
6 Careers
138
PART V TRAINING
140
B TRAINING
145
2 Specific Purposes
151
C PROBLEMS OF TRAINING
161
PART VI EQUITATION AND HORSEMANSHIP
165
EAST AND WEST
172
2 Western
173
C SPECIFIC RACECOURSES
200
2 Great Britain
201
3 France
203
2 Specific Races
205
2 Specific Races
208
F STEEPLECHASING AND POINTTOPOINT
209
2 Specific Races
211
G JOCKEYS
212
PART VIII HORSE SHOWS GAMES AND RODEOS
218
B RODEO
222
C COURSE DESIGN
227
D JUDGING
228
E SPECIFIC EVENTS
231
2 Vaulting
234
3 Dressage and Combined Training
235
4 ThreeDay Event
238
5 International and Olympic Competition
239
6 Broncriding
241
8 Roping
242
9 Charioteering
243
10 Cutting
244
12 Reining
245
14 Gymkhana
247
15 Endurances and Competitive TrailRiding
248
16 Buzhashi
249
17 Jousting
250
PART IX NONCOMPETITIVE HORSEMANSHIP EVENTS
252
B TRAIL RIDING
253
C HUNTING
257
D COWBOYS AND RANCH LIFE
259
PART X THE HORSE IN HISTORY AND ENTERTAINMENT
265
B THE HORSE IN CIVILIZATION
266
2 Indians
269
3 Military and Cavalry
270
4 Police Parade and Fire Horses
278
5 Transportation and Communication
279
C THE HORSE IN ENTERTAINMENT
283
2 Movies
285
PART XI HORSES AND HORSEMEN IN LITERATURE AND ART
288
2 Some Anthologies
290
3 And a Few Novels
292
B ART
297
2 Specific Artists and Schools of Art
299
3 How to Draw the Horse
309
PART XI I THE HORSE ON FILM
311
PERIODICALS CITED
329
INDEX
332
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MYRON J. SMITH, JR. is the Library Director and Professor of History at Tusculum College (Greeneville, Tennessee) and the author of numerous bibliographies and other works on sports and military issues.

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