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One Hundred Ways for a Horse to Train Its Human by Tina Bettison
  

One Hundred Ways for a Horse to Train Its Human

RRP £6.99

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One Hundred Ways for a Horse to Train Its Human by Tina Bettison

From the Family - pushy mother, long suffering father and sensitive daughter to the Nervous Adult Learner, The Yard Know It All and Dressage Diva it pays to know and understand your owner. Only this way can one truly maintain a well trained and maintained human. This guide includes all a horse will ever need to know about its owner, it can also be invaluable to any human who is unsure which 'breed' they belong to.

About the Author

Tina is self employed and works as a writer, coach and speaker on horsey matters.

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Book Info

Publication date

24th October 2005

Author

Tina Bettison

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Publisher

Hodder & Stoughton Ltd an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton General Division

Format

Paperback
96 pages

Categories

Horses & ponies
Humour

ISBN

9780340908624

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