Horse and stable management
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
The sick horse
The Systems of the Horse
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Horse and Stable Management (incorporating Horse Care)
Jeremy Houghton Brown,Sarah Pilliner,Vincent Powell-Smith
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