BHS Complete Manual of Horse and Stable Management

BHS Complete Manual of Horse and Stable Management
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New, revised edition of the British Horse Society's comprehensive guide to the care and management of horses and ponies.
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The British Horse Society's comprehensive guide to the care and management of horses and ponies, a sound foundation for Horse Knowledge and Care Stages 1 to 4 and the BHS Stable Manager's Certificate. This new edition has been fully revised, updated and expanded, with the addition of many new illustrations, to bring it into line with current thinking in the horse world. It includes emphasis on the adoption of correct and safe procedures for the welfare of all who come into contact with horses, as well as for the animals themselves.
 
Filled with coverage on the horse, care of the horse, watering and feeding, saddlery and tack, specialist care for the competition horse, the horse at grass and the stable yard, this book is invaluable as a general source of information or as a quick reference guide to anyone looking after horses. 

 

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Sub Heading No
ISBN 9781905693184
Author Consultant Editor: Islay Auty FBHS Revised and Updated by Jo Batty-Smith FBHS
Binding Paperback
Extent 235 x 210mm, 480 pages
Illustrations Black & White drawings
Ebook Yes via your usual supplier
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'Essential reading for students taking British Horse Society examinations, invaluable to amateurs and professionals alike. A comprehensive guide to the care and management of horses and ponies.  This new edition has been fully revised, updated and expanded, with the addition of many new illustrations, to bring it into line with current thinking in the horse world. Filled with reliable information and advice on modern stable management practices, the book provides a sound foundation for Horse Knowledge and Care Stages 1 to 4 and the BHS Stable Manager's Certificate. Throughout, the emphasis is on the adoption of correct and safe procedures for the welfare of all who come into contact with horses, as well as the animals themselves.' Scottish & Northern Equestrian

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