The Horse Care Manual: How to Keep Your Horse Healthy, Fit and Happy
A veterinary surgeon covers all facets of horse and pony ownership. Featuring a convenient question-and-answer format, this fully illustrated guide will be important to every rider, horse owner, professional trainer and stable manager. Nearly 80 pages are in full color.
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Anatomy of the Horse
Behavior and Senses
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