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Title The Complete Guide to Endurance Riding and Competition
Author Donna Snyder-Smith
Publisher *Howell Book House
Release 1998-04-23
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780876052846
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First Star to the Right and Straight on Till Morning.... At the 90-mile vet check she sat in the middle of the road crying, claiming extreme illness and trying to avoid her nightmarish fears her horse would die of founder or colic, or anything. The last ten miles of trail stretched forever in her mind, black like licorice taffy. After a large measure of TLC from her patient and understanding crew, she and the gelding were out of the check and on the trail again. The entire universe shrank to center on the pair in the moonlight. Time stopped and the world faded into nothingness. They were running in a small, ever-changing pocket of existence, the rhythm of his hooves, the heartbeat of that universe. Ribbons and trail appeared before them and lost substance as they moved past. For the rider, clinging to the saddle, there was no thought, no pain, no emotion, only the instinctive drive to chase past each ribbon as it appeared. Suddenly her horse jumped sideways, eyes and ears frozen forward. Awakened from her trance, she oriented herself on his suspected woods troll, a familiar embankment that meant they were a half-mile from home. Easing him past the scary object, she sent the gelding on, clinging to his neck. As his soft lope swept them across the finish line, she wanted to laugh out loud or cry, but was unable to summon the strength for either. A few small tears trickled down her cheek, the only sign of the enormous pride she felt inside. Becky Huffman Endurance rider, wife, mother of two, and student of author Donna Snyder-Smith The Howell Equestrian Library

Complete Guide to Endurance Riding and Competition by John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated

Title Complete Guide to Endurance Riding and Competition
Author John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publisher Howell Book House
Release 1998-01-01
Category
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780876056479
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Worldwide Riding Vacations by Arthur Sacks

Title Worldwide Riding Vacations
Author Arthur Sacks
Publisher
Release 1998-10
Category
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780965355810
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The most complete guide to worldwide horseback riding vacations just got better! Totally revised and updated -- with more than 200 new pages and over 150 pages of spectacular full-color photographs from the previous edition -- Worldwide Riding Vacations features hundreds of places around the world where adventure travelers can enjoy horseback riding.Here is complete and detailed information about the resorts, country inns, guest ranches, cattle drives and point-to-point rides (camping and inn-to-inn) covering the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, with special sections on India and Iceland. The most comprehensive riding guide ever assembled will be a useful companion for novices as well as the most fit and experienced horse-riders.Telephone numbers, locations, maps, prices -- everything needed to plan the vacation of a lifetime is included in Worldwide Riding Vacations. The book reveals an encyclopedic knowledge of riding vacations with many new rides never featured before in any publication. In addition, there's lots of fun activities including Russian winter carriage rides, elephant polo, trick riding clinics and more.

Title Pet Business
Author
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Release 1998
Category Pet industry
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Equus
Author
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Release 2009-07
Category Horses
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Complete Guide to Studio Cycling
Author Rick Kiddle
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2014-08-31
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 164
ISBN 1408196565
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Complete Guide to Studio Cycling has been written for people who want to know how to train effectively on indoor stationary bikes, from instructors, personal trainers and coaches, to sportspeople and anyone who just wants to get fit. Studio cycling, or 'spinning' should be fun and motivating, and this book promotes focus and concentration techniques, including an individual training programme that can be adapted as your fitness levels improve. The Complete Guide to Studio Cycling answers key questions about studio cycling, from what it is and what it aims to achieve, to how to set your bike up to suit your needs. It highlights dos and don'ts, confronts the myths and presents the facts, and allows everyone to benefit from one of the most effective exercise classes available.

Sports Exercise and Fitness by Mary Beth Allen

Title Sports Exercise and Fitness
Author Mary Beth Allen
Publisher Libraries Unlimited
Release 2005
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 287
ISBN 9781563088193
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An easy-to-use guide to nearly 1,000 information sources on sports, exercise, and fitness.

Title The Ultimate Guide to Horse Feed Supplements and Nutrition
Author Lisa Preston
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2016-07-05
Category Pets
Total Pages 280
ISBN 1510705368
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A primary concern of all horse owners and caregivers is that their animals receive the proper feed and in the correct amounts. In seeking information about these matters, it’s easy for owners and caregivers to be lured in—and often misled—by advertisements and endorsements for vitamins, alternative medicines, and other supplementary products. Noted equine nutritionist Lisa Preston offers solid and sensible guidance in these and other areas in her wide-reaching Ultimate Guide to Horse Feed, Supplements, and Nutrition. Among the topics she covers are: • Formulating a correct dietary routine for your horse, pony, or mule based on such considerations as breed, age, and size, as well as locale, climate, and the activities in which they take part • Understanding the horse’s digestive system and related organs and the effects of various feeds on them • Feed-related diseases and other ailments: their causes, prevention, and treatment • The use and misuse of vitamins and other supplements • Understanding your veterinarian’s diagnoses, tests, and treatments • And much more Thoroughly researched using the latest scientific data and featuring dozens of tables, charts, and illustrations, The Ultimate Guide to Horse Feed, Supplements, and Nutrition belongs on the shelf of every horse owner.

Title The Owner s Comprehensive Guide to Training and Showing Your Horse
Author Marie Cahill
Publisher Bantam Books
Release 1992-03
Category Pets
Total Pages 95
ISBN 9780792455943
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Provides information on horse training, on the types of horse show, and on the major horse breeds and their standards

The Ultimate Guide to Horse Breeds by Andrea Fitzpatrick

Title The Ultimate Guide to Horse Breeds
Author Andrea Fitzpatrick
Publisher Chartwell Books
Release 2016-09-26
Category Pets
Total Pages 448
ISBN 0785834672
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"For centuries, society could not have functioned without the horse; not only was it used for transportation, it was also a working animal on farms, in mines, and on the battlefield. this diversity consequently led to the development of myriads of breeds throughout the world. Climatic and geographical differences, not to mention the intervention of man, also played their part in forming the breeds. Those originating in desert areas not only had fine coats to enable them to deal with hot daytime temperatures, they were also hardy enough to withstand plummeting temperatures at night. At the other extreme, breeds living in colder lands developed heavier, thicker coats to make them impervious to wind and rain. man was not content to let evolution take its natural course, however, and decided to take a hand in the matter, interbreeding horses with different characteristics to produce and accentuate specific qualities. thus the different breeds were developed to fit their roles. Warhorses became large and stocky, able to carry medieval knights in heavy chain mail, while draft horses were bred for strength to till the land or to heave heavy carts across difficult terrain. The ultimate breeding triumph is undoubtedly the Thoroughbred, which was developed for the racecourse, and therefore pleasure. It is aristocratic and finely-tuned and its bloodlines are in many of the modern breeds we know today. It is responsible for adding quality, beauty, speed, and stamina. Not content with a comprehensive coverage of the horse breeds and types of the world, there are also sections on care to give the reader a complete and rounded insight into the pleasures, as well as problems, of looking after horses."--cover flaps

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