Smith, Donna Campbell
Adult Nonfiction SF293.M56 C36 2005
Summary: How to select, care for, and enjoy (including showing) this diminutive breed. Although pony-like in stature (measuring no more than thirty-eight inches at the shoulder), miniature horses nevertheless resemble small, well-proportioned horses with refined features. As pets or show horses, for driving, as well as therapy and guide animals, miniatures are ideal whether kept in limited space or on larger property. BREEDING, SHOWING, AND TRAINING MINIATURE HORSES is the perfect introduction, full of such essential information as: Where to look, what to expect to pay, and bringing your miniature horse home. Feeding, grooming, veterinary considerations, and exercise. Non-competition ways to enjoy Mini ownership. Showmanship-in-hand, conformation, jumping, and trail course classes. Training a Mini as a therapy animal for child and adult care centers and for sight-impaired individuals. Breeding for colour, foaling problems, and registering the foal.
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