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The Whole Horse Catalog: The Complete Guide to Buying, Stabling and Stable Management, Equine Health, Tack, Rider Apparel, Equestrian Activities and ... Else a Horse Owner and Rider Will Ever Need Paperback – December 17, 1998
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Chances are that if you have a question about your horse, you'll find the answer--and a whole host of related advice and information--in The Whole Horse Catalog. First released in 1975, this expertly organized guide to everything horsy has been substantially updated and revised for the 1990s and beyond, and includes chapters on selecting a horse, stabling, stable management, horse health, tack, apparel, equestrian activities, holidays on horseback, and equestrian organizations. Hundreds of helpful illustrations accompany the straightforward text and useful charts, making The Whole Horse Catalog "the one-stop book for all of your equestrian needs."
From the Back Cover
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO OWNING, MAINTAINING, AND ENJOYING HORSES.
The Whole Horse Catalog, the definitive horse guide, is now completely revised and updated to include everything from advances in nutritional thinking to sources on the World Wide Web. With hundreds of illustrations and a detailed, easy-to-understand text, this new edition of The Whole Horse Catalog is the one-stop book for all your equestrian needs.
-- Where to look for a horse
-- How to select a horse
-- How to choose stable construction and furnishings
-- Horse health care, feeding, and grooming
-- Tack: from bits, bridles, and saddles to halters and harnesses
-- Apparel and new equipment advances for riders
-- Equestrian sports for participants and spectators alike, including ideas for "holidays on horseback"
-- Equestrian magazines, organizations, and Web locations
Filled with advice and contacts, The Whole Horse Catalog is a complete resource guide for the novice and experienced equestrian alike.
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I have been doing tons of the reading, watching videos, asking questions of knowledgeable horse people, as well as hands on work with horses over the past few years. The information in this book is presented in clear and concise form that has proved, and continues to be, very helpful to me. Horse care and management requires such a vast range of knowledge. I highly recommend this book as a solid reference.
The day I received this book my farrier had suggested I try a "stud chain" on my horse the next time he is shod (he is a sweet horse but horrible in this one area). Yes, I thought, now I can look up "stud chain" - - but, NO, that is not in this book.
The book has black and white drawings, which are not very clear or detailed. For example, in the section on bridles there are 6 drawings of bridles, but several of them look very much alike, and although they are described there is NO information about why you would use one style instead of another. That is the type of information that I was expecting. If that is what you are looking for, don't buy this book.