Good Form: Equestrian Etiquette
Good Form, the sixth in the Compass Points for Riders series, analyzes a wealth of unspoken information and traditional courtesy—from behavior on the hunting field to making a formal complaint at a competition. The author also looks at everyday issues which affect those who own and work with horses at home and in livery yards.
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