By Elizabeth Peplow
A consultant to the realm of horses and horse using. half one of many booklet lines the improvement of the pony and its integration into early societies. half seems to be at how diverse international locations built their very own breeds, more often than not encouraged both by means of the indigenous kind of horse or early imported animals, and bred additional for specific operating roles or using types. half 3 illustrates the leisure roles performed through horses, from dressage and convey leaping, to polo, rodeo and pony hiking. the ultimate a part of the booklet offers an total photograph of the pony, with history info on its actual make up, dietary wishes, stabling and normal administration standards, together with a bankruptcy on saddlery.
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