Horse Sense and Nonsense: A Survival Guide for Horse Loversby Cindy Hale, Jean Abernethy
If your horse's neighs and whinnies are sounding suspiciously like snickers and you're spending too much time looking up at your horse from flat on your back in the field, have no fear-Horse Sense and Nonsense is here to help! It will be your guide to learning the lingo, dressing the part, and dealing with everything from a spooked horse to a top-heavy muck cart. So dust off your boots, toss aside the tack, and sit back with this hay-larious guide to owning a horse. Before you know it, you'll be letting out a hearty "yeehaw!"
- i5 Publishing
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- Product dimensions:
- 7.40(w) x 5.40(h) x 0.30(d)
- Age Range:
- 14 Years
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There are a lot of more in-depth, informative books about horse care on the market, but this one combines incredibly detailed, hysterical illustrations with painfully truthful observations about owning and riding a horse. Sometimes the text strays into almost being too instructional. I'd rather it just stuck to being funny, which it does most of the time. A quick, easy read that's sure to make anyone who knows anything at all about horses laugh.