Synopses & Reviews
Saddlery has been in print for over forty years, acting as the students bible on the subject. Now in its third edition, the book has been fully revised and updated, taking into account all the advances in technology and the changes in fashion and in the industry. It continues to guide the student and horseowner through the bewildering variety of saddlery, horse equipment and clothing, describing its construction, purpose and correct usage by means of the uniquely informative text and clear line illustrationsand now with color photographs too.
Completely revised with up-to-date information on subjects such as the use of synthetic materials, new bitting systems, and current fitting methods, this guide will lead horse owners through the bewildering variety of saddlery, describing its construction, purpose, and usage.
About the Author
Elwyn Hartley Edwards is a former editor of Riding magazine and is a consultant for Horse & Hound. He is the the author of several books on horses, including, Wild Horses: A Spirit Unbroken and Wild Horses: The World's Last Surviving Herds.