Quick Tips and Long-Term Strategies for Improving looks, manners and Performance
Are you making the most of your horse or simply making do? If you’ve ever dreamed of giving your horse or pony a complete makeover and bringing out his potential in looks ability and manners – this book will help.
Experienced author Carolyn Henderson offers hands-on tip for assessing your horse objectively and changing his shape through improving fitness and muscle tone. Those wanting to improve or enhance their horse’s appearance will find the professional clipping and grooming tips a godsend.
Moreover there is a section of step-by-step photos showing how to transform a hairy unkempt horse into a potential show-ring specimen. Readers will also find advice on improving your horse’s way of going with hints on schooling exercises training techniques and useful tack. T
here are notes on how to improve your horse’s manners making him even more of a pleasure to own and ride.
Author Notes: CAROLYN HENDERSON is a regular contributor to Horse and Hound, Horse, Horse and Rider and other national publications. She is the author of many equestrian books, including Showing Secrets and Getting Horses Fit, published by J.A. Allen, and other Allen photographic guides, including Clipping and All About Manes and Tails. JOHN HENDERSON is a photographer and journalist who contributes to Horse and Hound, Horse and other national magazines.
He is the author of The Glovebox Guide to Transporting Horses, published by J.A. Allen, and other Allen photographic guides: Towing Horse Trailers, Trailer Maintenance and Preparing for the Towing Test.
Book Title: Bring Out the Best in Your Horse
Author: Carolyn Henderson