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Grooming To Win: How To Groom, Trim, Braid And Prepare Your Horse For Show (Howell Reference Books)

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Susan Harris has found the way to take a good book and make it better. She's done it by updating "Grooming to Win," the definitive reference on the subject, to include current show-ring standards and breed requirements as well as other changes that have taken place since the book was first published in 1977. Now there is a new Western chapter and a chapter on dressage and ...more
Hardcover, 291 pages
Published November 18th 1991 by Howell Books (first published October 1st 1977)
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Ricki
I bought this book at the equine affair in massachusetts about 3 or 4 years ago. It was expensive but this book was worth it. The pictures are very helpful and so it the information
Kate
THE horse care bible. This one belongs on the shelf of every pony-clubber, 4-H'r, eventer and pleasure rider. Timeless reference in a usable format.
Lexi Klein
Very informative on many different subjects. Must read for the newbie to showing, even a seasoned competitor can learn something!
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Dec 25, 2007 Amber MacPherson rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: horse folk
An extremely useful book if you are a horsey type and plan to do any showing. Well organized, clear, and informative.
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Excellent reference for grooms or anyone with an interest in spiffing up their horses.
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Susan E. Harris is an international clinician, riding teacher, equestrian author and artist from Cortland, New York. She has taught all seats and styles of riding, and has trained, shown, and prepared horses and riders for competition in many equestrian disciplines, including hunters, jumpers, dressage, equitation, eventing, western pleasure and performance, saddle seat, and the pleasure and versa ...more
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