Synopses & Reviews
Anyone who has kept a horses or pony knows that riding and stable management can be time-consuming and expensive activities. Any advice that can save horse owners time, effort, and money is welcome. Karen Bush rides to the rescue with this compact, comprehensive book, full of tips that range from stable chores to tack and rider apparel care to finding new uses for old equipment. Learn how to use vinegar as an insect repellent, make a girth cover from the sleeve of a worn-out fleece jacket, cut down worn boots to make barn-chore shoes, and more. Here is a book that is as useful for the one-horse backyard owner as it is for the multi-horse barn manager. It is sure to start saving you time and money from the first page.
An essential resource that will make both rider and horse happier and healthier.
About the Author
Karen Bush, an author and riding instructor, is the author of Handy Hints for the Horse Person and co-author of The Complete Equine Emergency Bible and The Principles of Teaching Riding. She holds an Intermediate Teaching certificate from the British Horse Society. She lives in England.