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The authors give detailed explanations of how to train your horse for a safe drive. They emphasize communicating with your horse so he understands what you want him to do and looks to you for for direction. The book includes easy-to-follow illustrations and photographs. 71 pages. 6 x 9 inches. Softcover. Margaret Beeman with Ona Kiser.
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Correct handling, health care, and training during the first year establish a strong foundation for the rest of a horse’s life. This up-close, photographic guide leads you through the process of raising a foal from birth to weaning, including what citical developmental signs to look for and how to perform key procedures at each stage. With this...
A DVD video which further illustrates the points taught in the book, "Driven Dressage with the Single Horse." See the differences between a beginning horse and one that is well trained as shown in this video. Goes into pairs and how different bits affect the action of a horse..
Sale Price will show at show in your cart. Newly discovered photographer Pete Wettach took tens of thousands of photos of rural Iowa during the 1930s and 40s while working as a county supervisor for the Farm Security Administration. This book displays the best of them. 160 pages. 9 x 10 inches. H...
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