Table of contents for Horse & pony encyclopedia / Sandy P.G. Ransford.


Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication information provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
1		Half title *
2-3		Title page and contents* 
4-5		Introduction and the evolution of the horse* 
6-7		Natural world of horses 
8-9		Life cycle of horse* 
10-11		History of horse's domestication* 
12-13		Types of horse 
14/15		Points of a horse 
16-17		Colours 
18-19		Markings 
20-21		What is a breed? 
22-23		Hotblood horses 
24-25		Arab 
26-27		Thoroughbred 
28-29		Anglo-Arab, Barb, Akhal-Teke 
30-31		Coldblood horses, Ardennais, Boulonnais 
32-33		Percheron, Suffolk 
34-35		Shire, Clydesdale 
36-37		Brabant, Noriker, Friesian, Dutch Draught 
38-39		Warmblood horses, Swedish Warmblood, Selle Francais 
40-41		Competition breeds 
42-43		Oldenburg, Gelderlander, French Trotter, Camargue 
44-45		Przewalski's Horse, Tarpan 
46-47		Irish Draught, Hackney Horse, Cleveland Bay 
48-49		Andalucian, Lusitano, Lipizzaner 
50-51		Morgan, Criollo, Quarter Horse 
52-53		Pinto, Palomino, Appaloosa 
54-55		Tennessee Walking Horse, American Saddlebred, Missouri Foxtrotter, 
		Standardbred 
56-57		Mustang, Waler, Pony breeds 
58-59		Dartmoor, Exmoor, Connemara, New Forest 
60-61		Welsh 
62-63		Fell, Dales, Highland 
64-65		Fjord, Icelandic, Haflinger 
66-67		New breeds of the USA 
68-69		Caspian, Chincoteague and Assateague, Basuto, Boer 
70-71		Australian, Falabella, Shetland, Hackney 
72-73		Keeping a pony
74-75		What a pony needs 
76-77		Ways to keep a pony 
78-79		Where to keep a pony 
80-81		A stable of your own 
82-83		Stable management 
84-85		Choosing a field 
86-87		Looking after a pony's field 
88-89		Turning out and catching 
90-91		Feeding a pony
92-93		Different types of feed 
94-95		A diet for your pony 
96-97		Grooming a pony
98-99		Grooming routines 
100-101	Feet and foot care 
102-103	Washing a pony 
104-105	Clipping a pony 
106-107	Choosing a rug 
108-109	Other care routines 
110-111	Shoeing a pony 
112-113	Travelling safely
114-115	Summer and winter care 
116-117	Health care 
118/119	Health routine 
120-121	First aid 
122-123	Common ailments 
124-125	Caring for a sick pony 
126-127	Before you start 
128-129	Where to have riding lessons 
130-131	Clothes to wear for riding 
132-133	Types of pony 
134-135	A pony's tack
136-137	Bridles and bits 
138-139	Western tack 
140-141	Fitting and caring for tack 
142-143	Saddling up 
144-145	Putting on a bridle 
146-147	First lessons 
148-149	Getting to know a pony 
150-151	Mounting 
152-153	Dismounting 
154-155	How to sit in the saddle 
156-157	The aids 
158-159	On the lunge or leading rein 
160-161	On your own 
162-163	Turning left and right 
164-165	Learning to trot 
166-167	Canter on 
168-169	Riding at top speed 
170-171	Western riding 
172-173	In the school
174-175	Exercises in the school 
176-177	Without stirrups and reins 
178-179	Exercises in the saddle 
180-181	Looking forwards 
182-183	Riding out 
184-185	Your first jumping lessons 
186-187	Jumping higher 
188-189	Schooling steps 
190-191	Advanced riding 
192-193	Taking part in events 
194-195	Getting ready for the show 
196-197	Going to a show 
198-199	Fun and games 
200-201	Showjumping classes 
202-203 	Showing and dressage tests 
204-205	Cross-country 
206-207	Training and driving* 
208-209	Breaking in a horse* 
210-211	How to drive a horse* 
212-213	Harness and carriages* 
214-215	Specially trained horses* 
216-219	Glossary* 
220-223	Index* 
p224		Web sites and acknowledgements*




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Horses Encyclopedias, Juvenile, Horsemanship Encyclopedias, Juvenile, Ponies Encyclopedias, Juvenile, Horses, Horsemanship, Ponies