This is a comprehensive handbook of all aspects of horse tack and equipment: design, purpose, fit, function and problem solving. Whether riders are looking for guidance through the extensive choice of equipment available or want to solve specific problems and make their horse go better, the author offers clear and impartial advice. It covers everything from the well-known traditional gear to the latest technical advances and designs, and English to Western tack. It also includes tips from top trainers and riders such as Lynn Russell, Clayton Fredericks and Jeanette Brakewell.
About the Author
Carolyn Henderson keeps and competes horses and ponies, and is a regular writer for Horse &Hound, Horse magazine and Horse & Rider, and has contributed to the Times. Carolyn is already the author of over 25 books on all aspects of equestrianism. Carolyn lives in Mildenhall, Suffolk.