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About the Author
Jane Myers has worked in the horse industry for over 30 years and has a Masters Degree in Equine Studies from the University of Wales. She has conducted research at the world famous Edinburgh University School of Veterinary Science and worked as a lecturer in equine studies at the University of Melbourne, Glenormiston College. She has studied horse behaviour intensively and has a deep commitment to horse welfare and training methods that foster a more responsible relationship between the rider, the horse and its environment. Jane is a co-author of Horse Sense, the definitive guide to horse care in Australia and New Zealand, also available from Landlinks Press.
Table of Contents
ForewordBuying, selling and having a horseGeneral horse managementSafe handling, riding and trainingDescribing the horseFeeding the horseHorse healthBreeding the horseHorse facilitiesTransporting horsesWorking in the horse industryAppendix 1 Welfare issues covered by Codes of Practice in Victoria, AustraliaAppendix 2 Safe riding on the road: Code of Conduct for Horses on Victorian roadsAppendix 3 Tick clearance policy: Queensland, AustraliaGlossaryIndex