Horse and Pony Breeds

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Kingfisher, May 16, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Here's a wealth of information about different horses and ponies, their origins, types, colors, and markings. Complemented by crisp color photographs, the text points out the differences between a Thoroughbred and a half-bred horse, describes the amazing variety of horse and pony breeds, and details many distinctive facial and other markings. Whether it's an Appaloosa or an Andalusian, a Clydesdale or a Connemara, young horse-lovers will find their favorite creatures beautifully photographed and described in this handsome and authoritative gift book.

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About the author (2003)

Sandy Ransford has over 30 books for children to her credit. These include titles on horses and riding, dogs, fashion for kids, and conservation - as well as many activity, game and puzzle books. She is the author of all of the books in the Kingfisher Riding Club series - First Riding Lessons, Horses & Ponies, Horse & Pony Breeds, and Horse & Pony Care - as well as Horse & Pony Factfile.

Bob Langrish has been the sole photographer for about 60 equestrian books. He lives in the center of horse country in the Cotswolds, England.

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