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Following on from Vital Statistics, Body Basics and Fit for the Bit, this new title in the acclaimed Stablemates series brings equine fitness to life. With full-colour illustrations, charts and diagrams on every page, All Systems Go! explains key steps to better fitness for your horse or pony.
It is no longer enough for equestrian students to be adept solely with grooming tools and saddle soap - communications skills in the form of presentation of lecturettes are now an important part of exam syllabuses. This book contains a series of lectures covering the stable management syllabus of the BHS stages I and II examinaitons. Each lecture is presented complete with preparation notes, full text and clear diagrams, some of which can be photocopied and used as a teaching aid. In addition the author has calculated the length of time each lecture takes and this, together with the chapter on lecturing techniques, will prove important for both students and practising instructors.
Andrew Gardiner and Maggie Raynor have joined forces to produce this valuable learning aid for students on canine college and veterinary courses and those working in animal care and welfare. Students are asked to label or colour various parts of the canine body in a succession of exercises covering every part of the dog and every aspect of its structure. Throughout there are revision notes, clinical pointers and tips on learning. A natural companion to Peter Goody's classic work, Dog Anatomy, and featuring over 250 individual drawings, The Dog Anatomy Workbook will assist a new generation of students to familiarise themselves with the intricate make-up of the canine body, whether it belongs to a Yorkshire Terrier or a Great Dane.
Equine anatomical structure and terminology is universally regarded as one of the most difficult aspects of equine studies. Equine students have long been familiar with Goody's Horse Anatomy: The Pictorial Approach to Equine Structure, a textbook used in equine colleges all over the world. Now, based on this classic work, talented equestrian artist, Maggie Raynor, has prepared a workbook designed to make learning not only easier, but a lot more fun. Students are asked to label or colour various parts of the equine body in a succession of exercises covering every part of the horse and every aspect of its structure, from the skeleton to the outer surfaces. A natural stable mate to Horse Anatomy, The Horse Anatomy Workbook will assist a new generation of students to familiarize themselves with equine structure and terminology.
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