A Detailed and Comprehensive StudySecond Edition Revised and Expandedby Doris L. Ganton
This book is written with the training of a colt in mind, but the instructions can just as easily be followed to train an older animal or a saddle horse to drive. In the case of a saddle horse (depending on his previous training and existing knowledge) many steps can be speeded up or even omitted, but basically the steps remain the same.8 1/2 x 11, photographs and illustrations
By Dr. Beth Valentine, DVM & Michael Wildenstein.
Veterinarian Beth Valentine discusses how to gauge your horse’s health, special dietary needs of heavy horses, the particular disorders that affect draft horses, how to safely administer medicine, starting a draft foal, and more. Farrier Mike Wildenstein covers how to maintain a sound hoof, judging soundness, and other hoof-related topics.•8 1/2 by 11 inches.•238 pages.•Hundreds of black-and-white photos and illustrations.•Softcover.
By Robert Mischka
This is a picture book organized into twelve photo essays. There are stories about the 1992 National Belgian Show, the Belgian Championship II Show, the Live Oak Show, and the Milwaukee Circus Parade.
An overview of today's draft horse and mule scene. Chapters on how to find vehicles and equipment for draft horses and learning to use your horses .An excellent book for newcomers or a great gift book.290 full color photos.176 pages.8 1/2" x 11".Hardcover.
Driving Do's and Don'ts (Threshold Picture Guide #37)By Sallie Walrond
This picture guide aims to help drivers avoid common mistakes to become a safer, more proficient driver by providing common sense advice on a wide range of driving topics.Folio: 24 pp.Size: 7.5" x 9.75"Illustrations: Full colorPublished: 1996
Driving Questions Answered (Threshold Picture Guide #34)By Sallie Walrond
Answers the most commonly asked questions of the beginning/intermediate driver, in the picture guide format of 24 pages of concise text combined with beautiful full color drawings by Carole Vincer.Folio: 24 pp.Size: 7.5" x 9.75"Illustrations: Full colorPublished: 1995
By Lynn MillerIn this big book Miller offers in-dept information on mowers, rakes, hayloaders, buckrakes, stackers, tracks and trollies for barns, hay fork systems, balers, wagons,feed sleds, forecart adaptions and much more. It also covers how to build loose hay stacks and wagon loads as well as unloading and feeding systems. 366 pages. Hundreds of illustrations. 8 1/2" x 11". Softcover.
By Merlin D Ford.
This book covers the history of the draft horse in Saskatchewan. From horse breeders to the early settlers this book will take you done memory lane. Lots of old pictures.•8 1/2" x 11" Soft cover.•240 Pages.
By Sam Moore
This book, by Sam Moore of Rural Heritage, covers most of the farm implements used with horses today. It not only describes them, but shows you how to use each piece of machinery, adjust it for good work, and maintain it. Drawing on a lifetime studying horsedrawn machinery and farming implements, Moore provides expert knowledge about tillage equipment, haymaking implements, planting and cultivating machines, and a lot more.•Over 300 pages.•8.5 x 11 inches.•Well illustrated.•Paperback.
A Beginner's Guide to Showing Draft Horses
By Robert Mischka.
This book covers what judges look for,grooming your horse for the show ring,what to bring to the show,what to bring to the show,how to safely transport horses,shoing for the showring,showing at halterand in harness,tail tying,mane rolling,preparation at home.Includes sources for show supplies and other valuable references.-128 pages.140 b&w photos.-7 1/2" x 10".Hardcover.
by Lynn Miller
The most thorough book on the subject from work horse and small farm expert, Lynn Miller. Care, harnessing, training, communicating, correcting problems, handling, driving, more. 100s of photos and drawings. 8 1/2" x 11", 348 pp.
By Lynn Miller
NEW! The original has become a classic and THE standard reference on working horses. The second edition will expand that reputation with hundreds of new drawings and photographs to illustrate the expanded text.
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