Horse and stable management

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Granada, Dec 1, 1984 - Nature - 240 pages
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The horse in sickness and health. The healthy horse. The sick horse. The systems of the horse. Systems of support and movement. Systems of information and control. Circulatory system. Respiratory system. The skin. Digestive system. Reproductive, urinary and mammary systems. Horsemastership and stable management. The horse in the stable. The horse at grass. The horse under stress. Stud management. The stallion. The mare. The foal and young horse. The rationale of feeding horses.

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The healthy horse
3
The sick horse
37
The Systems of the Horse
43
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About the author (1984)

Jeremy Houghton Brown is a lifelong horseman and former competitor who has managed a wide range of different yards. His training and early career in industrial management provided him with the business and staff management skills applied in this book. He was manager of the British National Equestrian Centre and the British Racing School and then for many years principal lecturer in equine studies at Warwickshire College where he started and pioneered British equine education. More recently he has been awarded Fellowship of the UK's Royal Agricultural Societies in recognition of his contribution to the horse industry.

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