4 edition of The competition horse found in the catalog.
The competition horse
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Susan McBane with Gillian McCarthy.|
|LC Classifications||SF294.3 .M36 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||91008390|
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Training Thoroughbred Horses features the methods, secrets, tips, and advice of a Master Horseman. Learn the fundamentals of how to: Select and train young horses to produce competitive runners ; Condition each horse individually to achieve its maximum potential ; Place each horse where it can win, on dirt or in the mud, with the right jockeyCited by: 1.
Coronavirus Impact on USEF Licensed Competitions All USEF owned events, selection trials, training camps, clinics and activities will be suspended through May. This is not just a book, it is a story - a true story - about a man who picked a horse from a truck bound for the slaughter house, purchased him for eighty dollars inand went on win the National Horse Show open jumper championship at Madison Square Garden in The horse, nicknamed Snowman, was an old plow horse - big, gray and gentle/5.
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Inspirational stories of the USA’s medal-winning equestrians and their horses from the past 28 years. Read More. Competition horse --Sending a mare to stud --Getting a mare in foal --Reproductive system of the mare --Reproductive system of the stallion --Foaling, foaling problems and foal diseases --Weaning --Nutrition --Infertility in the mare and stallion --Artificial insemination and embryo transfer --Parasite treatment and control --Stud control --Producing the young horse --Northern and Southern Hemisphere equivalents.
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Drama, excitement, danger, and the thrill of competition abound in this book, and it still holds up seventy-five years after its initial publication. At competitions at Area level and above including Grassroots Regional Championships and the finals of the Winter Series competitions, the most recent booster injection must have been given within the six calendar months prior to the date of the competition.
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Winning manuscripts will be .Summary: Combines a traditional horse-fitness programme with interval training. The text describes various types of competition and regulations, including endurance rides, showjumping and horse trials.
Information on stress, overheating, dehydration and the competition horse is also provided.Trafalgar Square Books, and its online bookstoreis a small business based on a farm in rural Vermont. We published our first horse book, Centered Riding by Sally Swift, inand since then have continued to strive to produce high-quality equestrian books and videos "for the good of the horse.".