Boy Scouts of America, Jan 1, 1986 - Reference - 64 pages
Outlines requirements for pursuing a merit badge in horsemanship including various breeds, care, riding techniques, and safety with horses.
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Choosing a Horse
Equipment and Its Care
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American Paint Horse American Saddlebred animal Appaloosa Arabian barn beginning rider breed bridle brush canter cantle catch cause cheekpieces cinch clean colic color curb bit curb chain curb strap curry diagonal disease dismount ears English riding English saddle feed fingers gait gently girth grooming hair halter headstall heels hind hock Hold the reins hoof pick Horse Association Horse Breeds horse's feet horse's head horse's mouth horse's neck horseman horsemanship inches injury instinct keep kick knees lead rope left foot left hand left stirrup Lift the saddle loose mares moon blindness mount Noseband P.O. Box Paint Horse pastern pasture Place your right problem pull Quarter Horse right foot right hand right leg saddle horn shoes shoulder side snaffle stall stallion stand Standardbred strap or chain strike the center Swing your right Tennessee Walking Horse Thoroughbred throatlatch trot veterinarian weight Western riding Western saddle