Sue McDonnell, Ph.D., a world-renowned equine behaviorist, started compiling the nucleus of The Equid Ethogram fifteen years ago. At the University of Pennsylvania's New Bolton Center, she established a herd of ponies whose day-to-day existence in semi-na
A guide to the performance consequences of common conformation points.
An excellent introductory resource for the horse owner and enthusiast.
A completely international guide to the range of horse tack and equipment available today.
Combines anatomy and biomechanics in an easy-to-read text.
Why does a horse whinny and everything else you ever wanted to know
A comprehensive walk through the world of equine phyisiotherapy.
Complementary therapies explained by a leading equine physiotherapist.
This advanced text describes specific rehabilitative protocols for a variety of equine disorders.
A convenient, at-the-barn reference to help riders give their horses the perfect warm-up, featuring 124 color photos and drawings.
Wyche uses mechanical illustrations and concise explanations to describe the actions and locations of the horse's musculature.
A handy reference manual useful for understanding equine injuries.
A good investigation of the range of rehabilitative therapies utilized by physical therapists, veterinarians, body workers, and trainers.
The Tao of Equus, which literally translates as "the way of the horse," explores the possibility that horses are highly evolved, spiritual beings who offer humans opportunities for healing and personal growth.
This book presents current information and resources on the basics of horse behavior. Included are examples of common behavior problems and suggested approaches to behavior modification.
A comprehensive study of the equine back.