Horse Rider's Yearbook 2005

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F & W Publications, Incorporated, Feb 1, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
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No more forgetting when the blacksmith is coming, no more scrambling for important information like your horse's new passport number, and no more unexpected feed bills. Looking after a horse can feel like running a small business! There are regular bills to pay, insurance to arrange, deadlines to meet, and vital facts and figures to be kept in a safe, easy to find place. At last, here is the organiser to end the headaches, combined with a diary to allow you to plan your horse's year. There are pages for planning health care such as worming, vaccinations and farriery, and making a budget for the coming year. You can also record all your horse's vital data and list important telephone numbers, keeping them handy in case of emergency. This yearbook also features a really helpful 40-page reference section crammed with horse care tips and vital facts and figures that are easy to forget, but always useful to remember! The diary section is beautifully illustrated with a photograph for each month and seasonal information. It also contains important dates such as the start of British Summer Time (or Daylight Saving in the US), the BHS Ride for Road Safety Week, and when the top international equestrian events, such as the Badminton Horse Trials or the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event, will be held.

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A record of my costs 1617
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First aid for people 2627
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