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Author: Catherine Dell,Thelma Bissex,Elizabeth Turner
ISBN: 0899431127
Publisher Nutmeg Press (1981)
Language English
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by Catherine Dell,Thelma Bissex,Elizabeth Turner


All About Horses by. Catherine Dell

All About Horses by. Catherine Dell, Thelma Bissex Elizabeth Turner (Illustrator).

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Dell, Catherine, Bissex, Thelma, Turner, Elizabeth. Published by Rourke Pub Group (1981)

Dell, Catherine, Bissex, Thelma, Turner, Elizabeth. Published by Rourke Pub Group (1981). ISBN 10: 0865920176 ISBN 13: 9780865920170.

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There are many great books about horses, but from non-fiction to novels, here are 8 of the best . They can be a great education, and a great escape. Listing all the great horse books would be impossible, but here are a couple of particularly impactful ones for horse lovers everywhere.

There are many great books about horses, but from non-fiction to novels, here are 8 of the best ones for horse lovers everywhere. 1. "Riding Lessons" by Sara Gruen. But readers can rejoice with this book (and its sequel), because Sara Gruen paints an accurate picture of the top levels of equestrian competition, woven seamlessly into an engaging story that you'll want to read again and again.

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Catherine’s relationship with her eldest son Paul was a difficult one. He was taken away from her as a child and raised by Empress Elizabeth, and then, as an adult, he was kept away from matters of state

Catherine’s relationship with her eldest son Paul was a difficult one. He was taken away from her as a child and raised by Empress Elizabeth, and then, as an adult, he was kept away from matters of state. Catherine raised Paul’s son Alexander, and considered him to be a more suitable heir than his father. She died before she could make it official, and Paul succeeded Catherine to the throne.

From an early age, Queen Elizabeth II has had a keen interest in horses. Into her reign this has developed into one of her main leisure time activities, with a particular emphasis on the breeding of thoroughbreds for horse racing. As a child, Elizabeth was given her first horse, a Shetland pony named Peggy, at age 4, which she was riding by the age of 6. By age 18 she was an accomplished rider, and has continued to ride for pleasure into her Diamond Jubilee year.

Horses and ponies have always played an important part in our history. They have been used for pulling carts and plows and for carrying heavy loads. Some have carried soldiers into battle. Horses are still an important part of our daily lives - for work, sport and pleasure. This book introduces the young reader to the world of horses and ponies. It shows what the first horses were like and it explains basics like points, hands, tack and grooming. It also takes a look at the many different breeds throughout the world as well as riding and jumping.