This lightweight pocket guide is the ideal introduction for novices to horses and horse care. It includes information on their daily physical needs (water, food, shelter, exercise and companionship) and also delves into communicating with and approaching horses, their body language, tack, common knots and health care concerns. Most importantly, it provides daily, weekly and monthly checklists on how to care for a horse and even includes tips on how to select the horse that is best for you. It is an indispensable portable reference for novices horse riders of all ages. Made in the USA.
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Horse-obsessed twelve-year-old Kelly Moore is determined to do something no one her age has done before: win a National Barrel Racing Championship. All she has to do is win the State Finals first. When her beloved horse, Rocket, and seven other horses are stolen right after she competes, Kelly freaks. She's horrified that her horse may be on its way to the slaughterhouse. Kelly's biggest competitor, Missy, had her horse stolen too. And Missy is not going to let Kelly leave her out of the chase. With or without help, Kelly's determined to catch the thieves and find her horse before it's too late. But chasing after the horse thieves leads to trouble. Kelly and Missy must put their dislike of each other aside in order to work together to save their horses-and themselves-before it's too late for them all.
Bamforth & Co was founded in the late 19th century and by the end of World War I, more than 20 million postcards were being produced each year selling all over the world. Bamforth quickly became the world's largest publisher of saucy, comic postcards, with captions and images to suit all ages. "Not a Care in the World" celebrates the golden age of comic postcards with a collection of iconic images of large and lovely ladies, henpecked husbands and saucy seaside humour. There has been fantastic interest in Bamforth products and many licenses have been issued over the past couple of years to re-establish the brand, with a multitude of merchandise being produced from cushions to seaside rock, mouse mats to fridge magnets and, of course, to reprint limited editions of the iconic postcards. Colour illustrations
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