Horse Training and Management
Six Colts, Two Weeks - Vol 2, Week 2: A Special Colt Starting Clinic with Harry Whitney
A masterpiece! In Six Colts, Two Weeks, celebrated equestrian author, Tom Moates, walks the reader through the once-in-a-lifetime experience of attending a colt starting clinic with distinguished horsemanship clinician, Harry Whitney.
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Klaus Balkenhol - Success with Sympathetic Hands - HB
Riding Modern Dressage according to the classical theory allows us to work with a horse without straying far from its natural behaviour.
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Centered Riding With Sally Swift - Volume 2 - DVD
Sally Swift applies her techniques to the sitting trot circles canter lateral work and jumping.
Tai Chi for Equestrians with James Shaw - DVD
Get fit and rider ready, with the benefits of Tai Chi.
British Horse Society Manual of Horsemanship, The - HB
This, the sixth, edition has been considerably revised...the book is divided into three parts dealing with Equitation, Saddlery and Horsemastership.
Riding - HB
This book has been written at the request of the British Horse Society by Mrs. V. D. S. Williams, mainly in the hope that it will encourage young riders...
The Colour Book of Horses & Ponies - HB
More than 100 colour illustrations of horses and ponies from the tiny Shetland to the mighty Clydesdale. Chapters in the book include Mares and Foals, Horses of the World, Working Horses, Sporting Horses & Horses in Art.
Horse, The - HB
Horses have always played a significant part in men's lives, both as mounts and as work animals. While man's physical need for horses may have diminished, his admiration for this beautiful and powerful animal has not.
Horses - Pockets Full of Knowledge - PB
Why does a horse put it ears back? Which horses carried knights into battle? How fast can a Thoroughbred run? The answer to these questions and many more are packed within the pages of Pockets: Horses.
A Foal is Born - HB
Millions of people throughout the world enjoy horse racing as a source of fun and relaxation. Very few have the opportunity to observe this most magnificent of animals, the Thoroughbred racehorse, away from the rigors of the racetrack.