101 HORSEKEEPING TIPS 1-59228-831-6
A HEALTHY HORSE THE NATURAL WAY 1-59228-928-2
“Acton resident Joan Fry has turned out a responsible but entertaining manual. Fry adroitly covers hundreds of topics on horsekeeper basics. Even the advanced horse owner will benefit from Fry’s insights.”
Antelope Valley Press
“While comprehensive, it is the author’s voice and commitment to detail that makes this book stand apart. She has a wry sense of humor that pops up unexpectedly and invites the reader to keep reading.”
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101 HUNTER/JUMPER TIPS 1-59228-832-4
THE HORSE SHOW MOM’S SURVIVAL GUIDE 1-59228-394-2
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BACKYARD HORSEKEEPING, NEW AND REVISED The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need JOAN FRY
Experienced backyard horsekeeper Joan Fry leads the prospective horse owner through the process of assessing suitable land; choosing a veterinarian and farrier; constructing and furnish- ing a small barn, paddock, and arena; purchas- ing a horse; and feeding and care. Of special value to both novice and experienced owners are the sections on feed, which include the most up- to-date nutrition research.
Joan Fry, coauthor of The Beginning Dressage Book and a contributor to many equestrian peri- odicals, lives with her husband—and horse—in Acton, California.
Updated edition of the most comprehensive guide to keeping your own horse
Plans for barns and corrals based on available land and funds
Includes 80 b|w instructional photographs
Previous Edition: Paperback 10/04; 1-59228-249-0
MAY 07 1-59921-061-4 978-1-59921-061-2
$24.95 US–31.95 CAN
1 8 ⁄2 x 11
SHOWING FOR BEGINNERS, NEW AND REVISED
In the ten years since this book was first pub- lished, the USEF, American horse sport’s govern- ing body, has revised and added rules and regulations that affect novice hunter-seat riders. This user-friendly guide reflects the changes and offers invaluable advice for riders, parents, and trainers: how to find an appropriate show and trainer; horse and rider preparation; entry requirements; show-ring etiquette; and what judges look for in a range of novice-level classes. Includes updated photos.
Hallie McEvoy has been a riding instructor and a licensed U.S. Equestrian Federation judge. She lives in Bolton Valley, Vermont.
The USEF has more than 70,000 members
Parents of novice riders will learn what they and their children will encounter at shows
Includes b|w illustrations
Previous Edition: Paperback 11/96; 1-55821-500-X
MAY 07 1-59921-050-9 978-1-59921-050-6
$16.95 US–21.75 CAN