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Horses are great companions. If you’ve never owned a horse before you will be thrilled at the many joys of horse ownership. Many people say that after they bought their first horse and spent some time learning about horses and horse care they wouldn’t have been able to imagine a life without horses!

Make sure your horse has the very best of care and you

will have a healthy and happy companion!

A Basic Guide to Horse Care walks you through everything you need to know to care for your horse. We'll show you the supplies you'll need, we'll walk you through routine medical care,vaccinations, and everything you need to ensure you have a healthy and happy horse!

Your Horse Will Love You For This!

Dear Friend,

Wellness exams, vaccinations, dental care, deworming, hoof care...the list goes on and on. Caring for a horse constitutes a lot more than turning it out in a pasture or boarding it at the local stable. Horses have unique needs that must be met in order for them to thrive and stay healthy.

If you've never owned a horse before, this book is for you. If you've owned horses before, this book is for you. That's because we've left nothing out of this amazing guide! Not only will you learn all the things your horse needs as far as routine medical care is concerned, but you'll also learn how to tell when your horse is healthy and how to tell when your horse is sick. Plus, we've filled this guide to horse care with numerous preventive strategies you can use now to prevent your horse from ever contracting certain conditions!

Don't let the word Basic in the title fool you! We've also covered numerous supplies you'll need for your horse such as blankets and boots, wraps, food, fly and pest control, and much more. Read on to discover more of what we have in store for you...

Health Care For Your Horse

Discover how to keep your horse safe from heat stroke and heat exhaustion during warm weather. (page 14)

Colic is the largest cause of premature death in horses. Discover how to prevent your horse from getting colic! (page 26)

Unfortunately, there are a lot of hoof problems that horses can develop. Learn about some of the most common hoof problems that horse owners see in their horses and how to treat them! (page 28)

Every horse needs regular vaccinations. Different vaccinations are required by law in different areas so you’ll need to find out from your vet or other horse owners what vaccinations are required in your state. See our special section of some of the most common vaccinations that are required for horses. (page 37)

Should you keep your horse in a pasture or in a stable? Should you feed your horse grain? We've answered these questions and more in A Basic Guide to Horse Care.

If you keep your horse in a stable, what kind of bedding will you use? Shavings? Wood Pellets? Peat Moss? Straw? Newspaper? What is the best bedding for your horse? We'll guide you through the answer that best fits your overall situation in this must have manual!

Hay will make up most of your horse’s diet so the type of hay that you choose to feed your horse is important. Different types of hay have different nutritional value. For most owners, the availability of quality hay and the cost of the local hay is more of a consideration than the type of hay that they feed their horse but when you’re choosing a hay to feed your horse you should take the nutritional content of the hay into consideration as well as the cost and availability. A Basic Guide to Horse Care offers an overview of the different types of hay to help you in the selection process.

Your horse can't tell you what it needs or what hurts but knowing what to watch for can save your horse's life! Learn about common types of horse ailments, what you can do to prevent them, what you can do to treat them, and when to call the vet!

Jam-packed with tips and strategies to ensure you have a healthy and happy horse!

A Basic Guide to Horse Care reveals...

How to really check out a boarding stable to ensure your horse is in a healthy environment! (page 13)

What to look for when you're buying hay! (page 22)

There are times your horse may need leg wraps. Discover which type is appropriate for any occasion, whether you're caring for an injured horse or just want to protect your horse's legs during shipping. (page 34)

Time to get boots for your horse? Which kind should you get? We've covered 11 different kinds of boots that you might need, depending on the occasion and the purpose for which they are being used. (page 35)

How and when to deworm your horse! (page 40)

8 warning signs that your horse may be sick! (page 41)

How to tell if your horse is healthy! (page 42)

Flies and pests will always be a constant concern when you have horses. Learn the best way to fight them off and which products to use, including the best natural repellents! (page 45)

AND MUCH, MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!

See what I mean! A Basic Guide to Horse Care is overflowing with must have information that you will refer to again and again!

You'll be an expert and your horse will be healthy and happy!

We've also included a special section on how you can put together your very own horse and rider first aid kit! Don't bother with pre-made ones that are too expensive and may not have all the items you need. Make your own for less!

Your horse can't tell you what it needs or what hurts but knowing what to watch for can save your horse's life! A Basic Guide to Horse Care will give you the confidence you need to care for your horse!

It's time to get in the saddle!
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Dear Friend,

You have wanted a horse for years, but didnít have a place to keep it. Now you have the land and you want to buy a horse or maybe you have already bought the horse, you just donít know anything about training a horse. You donít know where to start and you donít want to hire a trainer because you want to be a big part of the training.

You are wondering if you have to go to school to learn to train a horse or do you learn from watching videos or even by just reading a book. Will a book tell you everything you need to know? For that matter will a video give you all the ins and outs of training a horse?

You know a little about riding, but those horses were already trained. You have never even been around an untrained horse. How hard can it be? You love animals and you love horses and horseback riding. You have plenty of room for a horse now. You talked to a trainer about training a horse, but he wonít let you be there while he is training the horse. You really want to be in on the training. So the only solution you can think of is to train the horse yourself. You have to learn but you can do it. It shouldnít be that hard. You will have to do some reading up on the subject, maybe even several books and there are probably videos too you can watch.

So that is it you are going to find you a horse to buy. You about how much a horse will cost you. You know about how much it will cost to feed them for a year. Of course they need shots and checking out with a vet. You have even thought of that and know how much that will cost. When you called that vet to ask for advice, he said he would go with you to help you pick out the horse, so that you will get the right horse for you.

The only cost will be the cost of checking out the horse. He should be able to tell me if the horse is in good health before I buy it. Donít want to buy a horse that is going to run up a ton of money in vet charges. This will work out well. Of course there is still the matter of training a horse.

Training Your Own Horse...

You can learn how to teach your horse to back up, load on a trailer and how to be a good riding horse. If you have the time and the patience, you can train your own horse to be a good riding horse. The key to training your horse is to understanding how horses think.

How are you going to learn how horses think? Horses canít tell you what they think anymore that a dog or cat can tell you what they think. I donít have to hire a horse whisperer do I? So where do you find all of this information.

The Beginnerís Guide to Horse Training

This guide is a wealth of information about horse training. You will learn about your horse and how to train him to be a good riding horse. If you have never trained a horse you will want to read this guide.

With this book you will learn to understand your horse and how your horse thinks. This will help you understand why horses are the way they are, and why they think the way they do. You will learn to teach your horse the things you want him to know. First you will learn to teach him to obey you and to look to you for instructions. You will need lots of patience when it comes to training a horse. It wonít be easy, but you can do it.

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Teach Your Horse Whose the Lead Mare


1) You want your horse to think you are the lead mare. Then he will look to you for instructions. There is a way you can get your horse to think of you as the lead mare. As your horses lead mare, he will follow you and wait for you to tell him where to go.

2) You can train your horse to go in the direction you need him to go. You will train him on stopping. You will train him to go forward, turn right and to turn left.

Here is what you will learn inside this guide....

How Much Is That Worth To You?

With this guide you can have your horse trained in no time. You will need lots of time and patience when training a horse, but this book will help you avoid making mistakes that you will have to undo and retrain your horse. The key to training your horse is understanding how the horse thinks and by using that knowledge to your advantage. You never want to abuse the knowledge, but you can use the knowledge to your advantage. Once you understand your horse you will be able to train him to do what you want him to do.

I am sure there are fancier hardbacks out there on the market with big colorful pictures, however the information you will get inside of this ďHorse TrainingĒ guide is practical information that anyone can use successfully.

This guide is not marketed towards the rich or the poor, it is marketed for anyone who wants to be able to become a horse trainer. How much is that worth to you? I know; ďPricelessĒ.

 

 

 

 

Sincerely,

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