THE HORSE OWNER’S SURVIVAL GUIDE 1-59228-328-4
HORSES, MULES, PONIES, AND HOW TO KEEP THEM 1-58574-147-7
“A solid and interesting guide to Miniature Horses. Overall, a great book for the Mini enthusiast.”
Horsemen’s Yankee Pedlar
TRAINING THE HORSE IN HAND 1-59228-706-9
“This excellent book with its reams of valuable points is one that you will want to refer to again and again.”
“This book is terrific. It is respectful of both horse and rider, written clearly and thoughtfully with an easy to use layout and beautiful illustrations that support Mr. Russell’s ideas.”
Horsemen’s Yankee Pedlar
“Follow this book and your horse will thank you for it.”
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THE BOOK OF MINIATURE HORSES
Buying, Breeding, Training, Showing, and Enjoying
DONNA CAMPBELL SMITH WITH PHOTOGRAPHS BY BRUCE CURTIS
As pets or show horses, for driving, therapy, or guide animals, Minis are ideal whether you have limited space or a larger property. The Book of Miniature Horses is full of information on finding and selecting Minis; their care, exercise, training; and more.
Donna Campbell Smith is a master North Carolina 4-H horse volunteer and certified riding instructor. She lives in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
Bruce Curtis is an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in Time, Life, Sports Illustrated, and National Geographic. He lives in Sea Cliff, New York.
Includes 16-page color insert and b|w photographs and illustrations throughout
Previous Edition: Hardcover 08/05; 1-59228-600-3
AUGUST 07 1-59921-077-0 978-1-59921-077-3
$14.95 US–18.95 CAN
LESSONS IN LIGHTNESS The Art of Educating the Horse MARK RUSSELL WITH ANDREA W. STEELE
Drawing on the theories of respected dressage masters, Lessons in Lightness shows how a rider at any level can greatly benefit from tradi- tional dressage techniques and exercises, focus- ing on relaxing the horse, opening energy blocks, and building the horse’s overall strength. This is a great addition to all equestrians’ libraries.
Veteran horse trainer Mark Russell trains horses and riders around the country from his home base in Mosheim, Tennessee.
Andrea W. Steele is a native of England and a lifelong equestrian. She lives on a small farm in Durham, Connecticut, with her husband and their horses.
Fully illustrated with 80 b|w photographs and 20 b|w illustrations
Previous Edition: Hardcover 08/04; 1-59228-360-8
AUGUST 07 1-59921-071-1 978-1-59921-071-1
$16.95 US–21.75 CAN
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