What is My Horse Thinking?
By Lesley Bayley
There are 7.1 million Americans directly involved with horses, as well as tens of millions more participating as spectators. Equal popularity is reported in Britain. This comprehensive guide is relevant, accessible and can appeal to every single one of them. - Understand why your horse behaves the way he does and you will be able to work together more happily and successfully. - Practical tips on horse care resolve any discomfort your horse may be experiencing, making him happier and easier to work with. - Helpful hints on riding, training and travelling ensure quick, effective and lasting results from the time spent with your horse.
The Life of Horses
By Jane Holderness-Roddam
Beginning with the anatomy, physiology and psychology of horses, this text attempts to provide comprehensive coverage of the equine species. The world's major breeds are covered in detail, each with a timeline showing key events in the breed's development and demonstrating the international differences in breeding, training, and riding styles. All types of horse use, from competitive sports to leisure activities and work, are described. There are double-page profiles featuring people who work with horses on a daily basis, providing valuable insights into the various types of relationship humans have with horses.