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NEW EQUESTRIAN TITLES

Eventing Explained Published in association with British Eventing Liza Randall ISBN: 978-1-905693-47-4 Price: £19.95 Format: 246 x 189 mm, 176 pages Binding: Laminated board, KP Illustrations: Colour throughout

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iza Randall combines her two loves as an equestrian writer and Pilates coach from her base in the Cotswolds. Author of Pilates for Equestrians ISBN 978-1-905693-34-4, and former editor of British Eventing Life magazine, she has a passion for eventing, whether watching or competing. Liza is an advocate of classes being available to riders of all abilities, and worked with British Eventing when the BE80 Training series was launched. As an equestrian Pilates coach, Liza trains amateur and professional riders alike, teaching the recruitment of core muscles to develop balance, strength and coordination.

venting Explained is a unique, all round view of how to start eventing for riders of all ages wanting to compete in their first affiliated horse trials. As well as being packed with top tips and exercises for riders in all three phases, it is also an ideal aid for parents or other halves of would-be event riders whose weekends will never be the same again once they hit the eventing circuit! A who’s who section includes, amongst others, the responsibilities of the course designer, builder, secretary, regional coordinator and organiser in running a horse trials, and how their roles are relevant to a competitor. As well as information on getting your horse fit, there are also sections on rider fitness and sport psychology to prepare for the event and to do your best on the day. Colour-coded so you can pick out relevant sections at a glance, Eventing Explained is the must-have guide for riders wanting to compete at BE80, BE90 and BE100 level.

Key Features •T  his is an official British Eventing title published with their full backing • Ideal aid for parents and other halves of event riders • Covers the roles of those involved in eventing such as course designer, secretary, organiser, etc • Colour coded to help identify relevant sections 42


THE BRITISH HORSE SOCIETY NEW TITLES

The BHS Veterinary Manual Second Edition P Stewart Hastie MRCVS Updated and revised by Philip Ivens MA VetMB Cert EM (Int. Med.) DipECEIM MRCVS

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uthoritative, comprehensive and practical, this fully updated and revised edition of The BHS Veterinary Manual ISBN 978-1-872082-57-8, includes new material on: Laminitis, Equine Metabolic Syndrome, Body Condition Scoring, Biosecurity including Yard Biosecurity plans and National Biosecurity plans; and a brief overview of international horse movements. Also included are sections on Exotic Diseases, Equine Grass Sickness, Atypical Myopathy and an update on RAO (COPD). The BHS Veterinary Manual Revised Edition is a companion volume to The BHS Complete Manual of Horse & Stable Management ISBN 978-1-905693-18-4 and indirectly to The BHS Complete Manual of Equitation ISBN 9781-905693-37-5. They are intended primarily for examination students but should also be essential reading for all who care about and care for the horse.

ISBN: 978-1-905693-62-7 Price: £35.00 Format: 263 x 219 mm, 672 pages Binding: Paperback, KP Illustrations: Black & white drawings Key Features • • • •

 comprehensive and practical veterinary manual A Essential for students taking BHS examinations Fully updated to include Equine Metabolic Syndrome and Body Conditioning New sections on Exotic Diseases and Equine Grass Sickness

The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 1

The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 2

Islay Auty FBHS Updated and revised by Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI

Islay Auty FBHS Updated and expanded by Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI

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revised and expanded edition of the existing title The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 1 ISBN 9781-905693-20-7 now including comprehensive background information on the techniques, knowledge and understanding required for the BHS Stage 1 exam, making it the definitive course companion. BHS Stage 1 is the first level and generally taken by professional people wishing to work in the horse industry. This training manual describes the level of practical and theoretical knowledge required for the exam; how candidates should train to ensure competence in horse knowledge, care and riding and successful exam techniques.

revised and expanded edition of the existing title The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 2 ISBN 978-1-905693-28-3, now including comprehensive background information on the techniques, knowledge and understanding required for the BHS Stage 2 exam, making it the definitive course companion. Includes test questions and model answers.

234 x 177 mm, 144 pages, black & white drawings throughout paperback, 978-1-905693-60-3, KP

234 x 177 mm, 208 pages, black & white line drawings throughout paperback, 978-1-905693-61-0, KP

£14.95

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THE BRITISH HORSE SOCIETY OFFICIAL BOOKS The ONLY official and recommended course companions for The British Horse Society tests and exams Islay Auty BA FBHS is a Fellow of The British Horse Society, a riding coach, dressage judge and competitor. A freelance instructor, she has over twenty years experience of training career students and competition partnerships both in the UK and overseas. Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI is Director of Standards at The British Horse Society, a Chief Assessor and a former Examination Centre proprietor.

The BHS Training Manual for Progressive Riding Tests 1-6 Islay Auty FBHS This is the official guide to the BHS progressive riding tests, written by a chief examiner and based on the latest syllabus. This book provides clear guidelines on the requirements of the tests and what the examiners are looking for. Each test is divided into riding and stable management so that the subjects can be studied separately. The manual describes how candidates should train to ensure competence – in short how to pass the tests first time. 235 x 175 mm, 112 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-872119-57-1, KP 

£9.95

The BHS Training Manual for the PTT

Incorporating the UKCC Level 2 Islay Auty FBHS Updated and expanded by Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI Based on the latest syllabus, this training manual has been fully updated and expanded by Margaret Linington-Payne and provides clear guidelines on the requirements of the PTT examination. It describes the level of practical and theoretical knowledge required for each element of the exam; how candidates should train to ensure competence in every aspect of the syllabus; successful exam technique: what to expect, how to deal with problems encountered on the day; exam procedure for the practical and oral sections, with valuable test questions and model answers and what the examiners are looking for. 235 x 175 mm, 112 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-905693-26-9, KP 

£12.95

The BHS Workbooks for Stage 1 and Stage 2

Study and Revision Aids for Exam Candidates by Melissa Troup BHSII and Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI These valuable self-test and revision aids are for candidates working towards their BHS Stage 1 and Stage 2 exams. The questions are presented in a lively, engaging style in different formats, many very visual. There is space for students to write the answers on the page and model answers can be found at the back of the book. These workbooks will be referred to again and again.

978-1-905693-22-1 • 978-1-905693-23-8 297 x 210 mm, 104 pages, colour throughout, paperbacks, KP

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£12.99

The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 1 234 x 177 mm, 144 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-905693-20-7, KP

£14.95

Revised and expanded making it the definitive course companion, covering all aspects of the BHS Stage 1 syllabus, including horse knowledge and care, riding, taking the exam and a Q&A section.

The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 2 234 x 177 mm, 208 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-905693-28-3, KP

£14.95

Fully expanded and revised, this guide provides students with a clear and comprehensive understanding of what is required for the BHS Stage 2 exam.

The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 3 234 x 177 mm, 152 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-905693-27-6, KP

£14.95

Explains how candidates should train to ensure competence in every aspect of the two part syllabus Please see previous page of the catalogue for The BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 1 and 2 due out August 2012.

BHS Stage 1-3 Training Manuals •T  hese definitive course companions set out how candidates should train to ensure competence in every aspect of the syllabus • Essential reading for BHS career students and exam candidates • Written for the BHS by a chief examiner and based on the latest syllabus • Covers successful exam technique • Exam procedure for the ridden, practical and oral • Valuable test questions with model answers • Sets out what the examiners are looking for


THE BRITISH HORSE SOCIETY OFFICIAL BOOKS The BHS Manual for Coaching and Teaching Riding

The BHS Complete Manual of Equitation The Training of Horse and Rider Patrick Print OBE FBHS The BHS Complete Manual of Equitation is the official handbook on learning to ride and training the ridden horse. It is essential reading for students taking British Horse Society examinations as well as being an invaluable resource for teachers, riders and trainers. This publication gives a fresh insight into the art of equitation – with key new material from leading equestrians and Fellows of the British Horse Society such as Yogi Breisner, Judy Harvey and Sabrina Jones. While much has been retained from the previous edition, new chapters include The Historical Review, The Scales of Training, The Training of the Dressage Horse, Jump Training and Cross Country Riding.

Islay Auty FBHS Updated and revised by Margaret Linington-Payne MA (Ed) BHSI The official handbook for those studying the BHS teaching qualification has been fully revised and updated. Written for the BHS by a former chief examiner, this handbook provides clear guidelines on how the skills of riding should be taught and how riding-school lessons should be conducted. 234 x 177 mm, 144 pages, black & white drawings throughout paperback, 978-1-905693-45-0, KP 

£14.95

‘The new book is a complete authoritative training guide for the horse and rider both on the flat and over show jumps and cross country fences, based on sound classical principles that have stood the test of time.’ British Horse Magazine 246 x 189 mm, 224 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-905693-37-5, KP

£20.00

The BHS Complete Manual of Horse and Stable Management Second Edition Revised and Updated by Josephine Batty-Smith BHSI The British Horse Society’s comprehensive guide to the care and management of horses and ponies. The aim of this volume is to provide a reliable source of information and advice on all practical aspects of horse and stable management. The manual has been compiled by a panel of experts, each drawing on considerable experience and contributing specialised knowledge on his or her chosen subject. Filled with reliable information and advice on modern stable management practices, the book provides a sound foundation for Horse Knowledge and Care Stages 1 to 4 and the BHS Stable Manager’s Certificate. Throughout, the emphasis is on the adoption of correct and safe procedures for the welfare of all who come into contact with horses, as well as for the animals themselves. ‘Essential reading for students taking BHS examinations – invaluable to amateurs and professionals alike.’ Scottish & Northern Equestrian

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 enilworth Press bestseller, never out of favour K The BHS's official guide to horse care and management Essential reading for students taking BHS examinations Invaluable to amateurs and professionals alike

235 x 210 mm, 504 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-905693-18-4, KP

Learn to Ride with the BHS Islay Auty FBHS

£25.00

A concise guide to acquiring basic riding skills as taught by BHSapproved riding schools. The book is aimed at the beginner starting lessons and will help readers make informed choices about what to look for in a riding school. 260 x 210 mm, 128 pages, colour photographs & drawings paperback, 978-1-872119-61-8, KP 

£16.95

Riding and Roadcraft 12th Edition The BHS Riding and Road Safety Manual 234 x 156 mm, 64 pages, colour throughout paperback, 978-1-905693-13-9, KP

£7.95

BHS TREC Robert Jones BHS TREC is the official guide to training, preparation and competition skills, including training tips on route copying, route finding, timing and mounted and dismounted obstacles. 240 x 170 mm, 96 pages, colour photographs & drawings paperback, 978-1-872119-91-5, KP

£12.95

The BHS Veterinary Manual P Stewart Hastie MRCVS ‘This hefty volume provides a comprehensive guide to anatomy, physiology, disease of the horse, management and lameness investigations.’ Horse & Hound Please see page 43 for the revised BHS Veterinary Manual due out September 2012 263 x 219 mm, 648 pages, 340 black & white diagrams paperback, 978-1-872082-57-8, KP

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THE PONY CLUB NEW TITLES

So You Want to Buy a Pony

The Pony Club Pocket Guide to Equestrian Dress

The Pony Club Guide to Choosing and Buying a Horse or Pony Carolyn Henderson

Judith Draper

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his book is a completely new and important guide to correct, safe and practical clothes for people involved with leisure riding, Pony Club activities, handling and grooming horses. Riding clothes, like all other sportswear, are based on practical design with a certain amount of fashion. This book describes the most suitable type of dress for each activity. The pocket-friendly format, authoritative text, clear design and extensive illustrations, make this a must-buy for any young rider.

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uying a pony is an exciting prospect, but it can also be daunting and is full of pitfalls for the unwary. The aim of this new book is to help the novice or first-time buyer to make the right decisions and avoid slipping up. From the very first dream of owning a pony through to getting him home, this book deals with making plans and working out the likely cost of owning a pony; where to keep him; what sort of pony to buy; assessing conformation of the pony before purchase; viewing and trying; arranging insurance; and making him feel at home.

ISBN: 978-1-907279-14-0 Price: £9.99 Format: 234 x 153 mm, 108 pages Binding: Paperback, KP Illustrations: Colour photographs, charts and diagrams

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arolyn Henderson is well known as an equine author and journalist, and is widely respected as one of the best in her field. She has owned, schooled and competed horses and ponies in showing, showjumping and dressage.

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 emystifies a complex and perennially popular subject D Will help the reader avoid making expensive mistakes Illustrated comprehensively with bespoke photographs The successor to a previous and much-loved Pony Club publication, Choosing and Buying a Pony

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 one-stop guide to dressing safely and appropriately A Printed in two-colours and in a pocket-friendly format Clear and easy to use Illustrated throughout Successor title to previous Pony Club publication, Correct Dress for Riders

160 x 120 mm, 176 pages, black & white illustrations paperback, 978-1-907279-16-4, PC

£7.99

Design and Doodle with The Pony Club Annie Horwood

JUNE 2012

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f you’re mad about horses and ponies, then this book is for you. There’s fun to be had on every page – no drawing skills are required! All it takes is a bit of imagination and a pencil. Doodle books are one of the publishing phenomena of recent years: with a few lines and a picture on every page, it is left to the reader to finish the drawing with their own doodle. Is that a horse jumping over an empty space? Then why not doodle the fence of your dreams! How do you doodle? One pole or three? Stripy or plain? The choice is yours: all you need is a pencil!

270 x 200 mm, 96 pages, black & white illustrations paperback, 978-1-907279-15-7, PC

£7.99


THE PONY CLUB NEW TITLES

The Manual of Horsemanship The Official Manual of The Pony Club

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oasting numerous improved and updated features and enjoying its biggest overhaul in a decade, The Manual of Horsemanship has been comprehensively revised with an exciting new format and design. This new edition has been brought up-to-date by members of the Training Committee of The Pony Club to include major updates to the Bridle, Bitting and Additional Saddlery, Shoeing, and Worm Control chapters. The Training Scale is now included, with the addition of an extensive glossary of terms. The

chapters of The Manual have been rearranged and are grouped into the three themed sections, Part One – The Horse; Part Two – The Rider and Riding; Part Three – Saddlery and Lorinery, making reading The Manual more logical. New photographs, charts and diagrams feature throughout and the increase in page size to 270 x 200 mm provides ease of reference. The Manual is a complete basic guide to horsemanship and horse care, suitable for all ages and containing an amalgam of expert knowledge.

JANUARY 2012

ISBN: 978-1-907279-13-3 Price: £16.99 Format: 270 x 200 mm, 320 pages Binding: Paperback, KP Illustrations: Black & white illustrations and diagrams

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 best-seller for 60 years A More than a million copies sold in the English language Comprehensively updated in a larger format for ease of reference Chapters now grouped in three themed sections Major updates include Bridle, Bitting; Additional Saddlery; Shoeing; Worm Control and The Training Scale chapters

Stablemates Book 4 All Systems Go! A Guide to Equine Fitness David Marlin and Maggie Raynor

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ollowing on from Vital Statistics, Body Basics and Fit for the Bit, this new title in the acclaimed Stablemates series brings equine fitness to life in full-colour. With superb illustrations, charts and diagrams on every page, All Systems Go! explains key steps to better fitness for your horse or pony.

JUNE 2012

David Marlin is an internationally renowned scientist and expert in equine physiology. He is the author of over 140 scientific papers and has written and contributed to many books, including Equine Exercise Physiology (Blackwell Publishing 2002).

ISBN: 978-1-907279-12-6 Price: £9.99 Format: 210 x 215 mm, 80 pages Binding: Paperback, KP Illustrations: Colour illustrations & diagrams

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THE PONY CLUB OFFICIAL BOOKS

THE PONY CLUB INSTRUCTIONAL TITLES Key Features •S  imple to read, varied, informative, entertaining, straightforward and practical guides • Illustrated throughout with drawings • Written specifically for The Pony Club • Will help members pass their Pony Club tests

Judith Draper From Abscess to Zonkey, this dictionary clearly explains over 500 equine words and terms in clear and straightforward language. With a clear design and pocket-friendly size, it will be the perfect companion for any young person keen to increase their understanding of the world of ponies and horses.

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The Instructor’s Handbook New Edition

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Essential reading for all instructors – not only for those involved with The Pony Club, but also for anyone involved with the teaching and organisation of children and ponies at any level. The book – first published in 1955 – has been fully revised and updated to include the requirements for the new UK Coaching Certificate and the scales of training related to the revised Pony Club Efficiency Test Syllabus.

 ocket-friendly format P Clear and easy to use Over 500 equine words A unique product

160 x 120 mm, 72 pages, paperback, 978-1-907279-10-2, PC

£5.99

To Be A Dressage Rider Jane Kidd

235 x 157 mm, 144 pages, black & white line drawings, paperback

978-1-907279-06-5, PC

Pocket Equine Dictionary

£9.99

Look... No Hands! Straightforward Cross-Country Eric Smiley FBHS ‘Eric’s wealth of experience and fresh approach allows him to convey the key points like rider balance and position, tackling different obstacles and competition preparation in an easily understandable way... Although this is a Pony Club publication, there is something for everyone. What elevates this book above others about cross-country is its attention to rider thought processes and psychology. Why do we ride differently at competitions than we do at home? What effect does this have on the horse and how can we overcome this? With short, digestible chapters and well thought out illustrations, it should earn its place on the bookshelves of all aspiring cross-country riders.’ Horse & Hound 234 x 156 mm, 112 pages, colour photographs & diagrams paperback, 978-0-9561071-1-4, PC

£14.99

A Basic Guide to Building CrossCountry Fences Second Edition (Updated) Philip Herbert

Dressage is growing faster among young people than most other equestrian sports and the aim of To Be A Dressage Rider is to help those who want to learn, improve and eventually become winners. Simple to read, straightforward in its approach, and colourful and clear in its design, this is a very practical guide. The author has competed in Grand Prix dressage and judged at FEI international championships.  More recently she has been involved in training Pony Club dressage championship winners. 200 x 215 mm, 128 pages, 110 colour photographs & 13 line drawings paperback, 978-0-9548863-8-7, PC 

£13.99

A Young Person’s Guide to Show Jumping

Tim Stockdale

As well as being a successful international rider, Tim Stockdale is in great demand as a trainer, both at home and abroad. With wellknown equestrian journalist Judith Draper, he provides practical and straightforward advice of great value not only to beginners but also to anyone keen to improve their show jumping performance.

An essential companion for anyone, whether they be inexperienced or wellestablished, setting out to build a cross-country course. Clear, practical, time and money saving advice is given on all aspects of course building from planning and equipment to crowd control.

Each chapter – from The Basic Techniques to Top Tips – is illustrated with carefully chosen photographs and drawings.

160 x 235 mm, 128 pages, 30 black and white photographs and 90 line drawings, paperback, 978-0-9548863-3-2, PC 

233 x 157 mm, 128 pages, 100 black & white photographs paperback, 978-0-9541531-9-9, PC 

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£14.99


THE PONY CLUB OFFICIAL BOOKS A Young Person’s Guide to Eventing

2nd Edition Revised & Updated by Gill Watson FBHS Gill Watson, FBHS, the world's most successful trainer of young event riders, has distilled the essence of her knowledge to produce this invaluable book. Illustrated with photographs and drawings chosen by the author it covers all aspects the sport – from starting out to how to tackle a three-day event. 234 x 157 mm, 128 pages, 90 black & white photographs and line drawings, paperback 978-0-9548863-2-5, PC

£13.99

Building Showjumping Courses A Guide for Beginners by Maureen Summers

An up-to-date guide for anyone setting out to build a showjumping course. Contains clear basic guidelines to follow in planning, building and overseeing competitions. Clear charts list the correct measurements for use in all types of combinations and related distances. 250 x 175 mm, 56 pages, colour photographs, paperback 978-0-9553374-5-1, PC

£9.99

Keeping a Pony at Grass First published over forty years ago this is still one of The Pony Club's most popular titles. It tackles a vitally important subject – keeping ponies in good order in safe and satisfactory surroundings. It also reflects modern methods of feeding and horse management. 235 x 155 mm, 80 pages, 50 black & white photographs & line drawings, paperback 978-0-9553374-2-0, PC 

£7.99

Breeding, Backing and Bringing On Young Horses & Ponies This title gives sound guidance on breeding a foal, preparing a mare for stud, care during pregnancy, aftercare of the mare and foal, and the education of a youngster. 233 x 156 mm, 96 pages, black & white photographs and illustrations, paperback 978-0-900226-51-9, PC

£5.99

The Pony Club Guide to Pasture Management Elizabeth O’Beirne-Ranelagh Pasture Management brings a new and refreshing approach to the important subject of grassland when used for grazing of horses and ponies. Subjects covered in detail include the equine digestive system and how it differs from other herbivorous animals; nutritional needs; different types of grass and their suitability for horses, and good management practices such as fertilising, reseeding, the removal of droppings, harrowing and resting. Advice is given on laminitis, obesity, poisonous plants, worms, grass sickness and the 'poaching' of areas of ground in wet weather conditions. The text is accompanied by numerous photographs and line drawings. 200 x 215 mm, 112 pages, 30 colour and black & white photographs and illustrations Paperback, 978-1-907279-07-2, PC 

Junior Road Rider The Pony Club Guide to Road Craft for Young Riders

This important book provides clear, colourful, sensible information and advice for young riders on the problems and dangers of riding in traffic. 245 x 171 mm, 32 pp, colour, paperback 978-0-9561071-0-7, PC

£4.99

£15.99

The Stablemate titles by Maggie Raynor are in a simple and concise format with superb colour illustrations

Stablemates Book 1

Vital Statistics: A Guide to Conformation 210 x 215 mm, 64 pages, colour drawings throughout paperback, 978-0-9548863-0-1, PC

£9.99

Stablemates Book 2

Body Basics A Guide to the Anatomy of the Horse 210 x 215 mm, 72 pages, colour drawings throughout paperback, 978-0-9553374-4-4, PC

£9.99

Stablemates Book 3

Fit for the Bit A Guide to Care of the Horse’s Mouth Maggie Raynor and Antony de Csernatony A comprehensive study of the horse’s mouth, outlining clearly in text and pictures its structure and growth, and the development of the teeth from birth to old age. 210 x 215 mm, 72 pages, colour drawings throughout, paperback 978-1-907279-08-9, PC

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THE PONY CLUB OFFICIAL BOOKS

THE PONY CLUB ACTIVITY SELECTION

978-1-907279-03-4

£4.99 inc VAT

Games, Gags and Guesses

978-0-9561071-4-5

£4.99 inc VAT

210 x 148 mm, 24 pages, colour stickers

245 x 171 mm, 32 pages

The Pony Club Wallcharts

paperback, PC

black & white line drawings, paperback, PC

For the entire wallchart range please see our title index or go to www.kenilworthpress.co.uk

Sticker Book 1

978-0-9548863-5-6,

Sticker Book 2

978-0-9548863-6-3,

Sticker Book 3

978-0-9548863-7-0,

£3.99 £3.99 £3.99

Tricky Tests and Teasers 978-0-9541531-4-4,

Posers and Puzzles 978-0-9541531-3-7, 978-0-9548863-4-9,

Junior Activity Book 978-0-9553374-9-9,

£4.99 £4.99

£4.99

£4.99

295 x 210 mm, 16 pages, black and white line drawings paperback, PC

Activity Book

978-0-9553374-3-7,

£3.99

245 x 170 mm, 32 pages, black & white line drawings paperback, PC

Trace, Copy & Colour

978-0-9541531-5-1, £3.99

Colour and Learn

978-0-9537167-8-4, £3.99

978-0-9561071-3-8

£4.99 inc VAT

978-1-907279-00-3

£4.99 inc VAT

970-9561071-7-6

£4.99 inc VAT

Native Ponies

978-0-9541531-6-8, £3.99

210 x 295 mm, 16 pages, black & white drawings, paperback

Quiz Book No. 3

Quiz Book No. 1

Quiz Book No. 2

234 x 155 mm, 96 pages, paperback black & white illustrations

170 x 110 mm, 144 pages, paperback 234 x 155 mm, 96 pages, paperback black & white illustrations black & white illustrations

978-0-9553374-6-8, £7.99

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978-1-907279-09-6, £7.99

978-0-9561071-2-1, £7.99


RIDING AND TRAINING The Principles of Riding

Pilates for Equestrians

German National Equestrian Federation

Achieve the winning edge with increased core stability Liza Randall ‘A guide to how Pilates can help you develop a more effective riding position and achieve better competition results.’ Horse

This popular handbook provides a complete course for horse and rider using the German training systems, which are applauded the world over as being clear, logical and thorough and which have consistently produced international champions for decades. Based on the principles of classical horsemanship, the contents include basic exercises and tips for riding in competitions. 245 x 198 mm, 192 pages black & white diagrams, paperback 978-1-872119-71-7, KP 

246 x 189 mm, 190 pages, colour throughout, laminated board 978-1-905693-34-4, KP

£19.95

Horse and Rider Fitness The Essential Guide for All Riders by Linda Purves Giving a wealth of practical, effective, sport specific exercises to take both horse and rider from fat to fit and from out of condition to competition ready. Horse & Rider

‘Definitive self-help guide on fitness training.’

£18.95

‘The book is dedicated to specific exercises, most of which can be done without any special equipment like gym balls or bands. All of the exercises are explained clearly, with excellent accompanying photographs and a box detailing how the exercise relates to your riding... The book also covers key exercises which can be used to combat common rider faults.’ Horse & Hound

246 x 189 mm, 182 pages, colour photographs throughout, casebound 978-1-872119-96-0, KP

£19.95

HANDBOOKS FOR INSTRUCTORS £12.95

Themed Lesson Plans for Riding Instructors 120 pages, 978-1-872119-89-2 Melissa Troup BHSII

245 x 185 mm, black & white illustrations, paperback, KP

As an instructor it takes time to develop a repertoire of exercises to suit all ages and abilities. This book has the answer: it provides a wide range of ideas with notes on how these can be adapted and developed for different levels, from beginner to advanced, whether children or adults, along with teaching tips for a professional delivery.

Teaching Children to Ride Jane Wallace

120 pages, 978-1-872119-43-4

Teaching Children to Ride offers advice, exercises, lesson plans, games and teaching tips designed to provide variety and sound instruction. ‘A truly wonderful book, full of inspirational, challenging ideas…a must for anyone wanting their children to grow into riders that are good enough to enjoy and succeed in any area of riding.’ Lucinda Green

Coaching Skills for Riding Teachers Islay Auty BA, FBHS ‘Coaching Skills is written for riding teachers who wish to enhance their teaching skills, especially for those who are newly qualified or still studying for their teaching certificate. In particular, this book provides excellent reading for those seeking to achieve the UK Coaching Certificate in Equestrian Sport. An interesting and thought-provoking read.’ National Equine Student Magazine 240 x 170 mm, 206 pages, black & white photographs and line drawings, paperback

978-1-905693-08-5, KP 

£16.95

Progressive School Exercises for Dressage & Jumping Islay Auty FBHS

94 pages, 978-1-872119-38-0

Progressive School Exercises provides a collection of exercises, on the flat and over fences, specifically designed for use in training more experienced riders and horses, whether in groups or as individuals. ‘An absolutely invaluable book.’

Horse & Hound

School Exercises for Flatwork & Jumping Eleanor Ross

94 pages, 978-1-872082-31-8

An enormously popular book of ideas and exercises for instructors and riders schooling their own horses or ponies. ‘It is clear and well illustrated and should help instructors to make their lessons more stimulating.’ Dressage Magazine ‘

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RIDING AND TRAINING The Novice Rider’s Companion Principles and Techniques Explained Martin Diggle ‘This book makes sense of simple questions the novice rider may ask and clears up many misconceptions and misunderstandings. The book is well laid out in bite-size chunks that do not bombard the reader and it covers virtually everything, from choosing a riding school to aid application, school figures and riding in the open. Well worth the money at £16.95.’ British Horse Magazine 246 x 189 mm, 176 pages, line drawings, paperback, 978-1-905693-16-0, KP 

THRESHOLD PICTURE GUIDES £5.95 50 Easy Handling Perry Wood 978-1-872119-90-8

47 Practical Horse Whispering Perry Wood 978-1-872119-67-0

£16.95

The Ultimate Horse Behaviour and Training Book

A Revolutionary and Enlightened Approach for the 21st Century by Linda Tellington-Jones

The Tellington Method ® is a revolutionary way to change behaviour, reduce stress, promote a relaxed attitude and develop a successful partnership with horses. This superb volume includes common behaviour and training issues and the world-renowned author directs you to solutions through a series of illustrated, step-by-step exercises. ‘Don't leave home without it!’ 280 x 215 mm, 300 pages, colour photographs and illustrations, casebound 978-1-872119-99-1, KP

Horse & Rider

£24.95

23 Flatwork Exercises Jane Wallace 978-1-872082-35-6

25 Solving Flatwork Problems Jane Wallace 978-1-872082-43-1

Real Riding How to Ride in Harmony with Horses Perry Wood This practical guide gives you the necessary know-how to unlock your riding potential and acquire the real skills of horsemanship – whatever your level of riding or chosen discipline. Crammed with exercises, simple ‘tricks’ and things to do that can make a real difference. ‘If I could prop it between my horse’s ears to refer to whilst riding this would be a bonus.’ www.horsecity.co.uk 250 x 190 mm, 208 pages, paperback, 978-1-872119-51-9, KP

£16.95

26 Poles and Gridwork Jane Wallace 978-1-872082-44-8

39 Schooling Principles

Lungeing and Long-Reining

Michael Stevens 978-1-872082-95-0

Jennie Loriston-Clarke In full colour with specially commissioned photographs, this manual offers a step-by-step guide to the art of training, exercising and suppling horses from the ground, by one of the world’s leading exponents of the art. Starting with training foals, she works through to perfecting in-hand piaffe and passage.

260 x 210 mm, 112 pages, colour photographs, paperback, 978-1-872119-53-3, KP 

Mary Wanless titles

Ride with Your Mind Essentials Innovative Learning Strategies for Basic Riding Skills The author’s Ride with Your Mind teaching methods can successfully turn average riders into talented ones. This book sets out to simplify her methods with practical self-tests and exercises to ensure success. The techniques offer riders security, stability and effectiveness in the saddle. 260 x 210 mm, 144 pages, colour drawings, paperback 978-1-872119-52-6, KP 

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£16.95

£18.95 Ride With Your Mind Clinic Rider Biometrics – Basics to Brilliance ‘In a series of case studies, she explains (with clear pictures) the common "defaults" among riders of all levels of accomplishment and implants the more correct feeling. A really good reference book.’ British Dressage

270 x 230 mm, 184 pages, 150 colour photographs & 50 line drawings, casebound £25.00 978-1-905693-04-7, KP 


RIDING, TRAINING AND DRESSAGE H A L F H A LT P R E S S

Sally O'Connor

Major Anders Lindgren's Teaching Exercises

Jim & Lynda McCall

240 x 170 mm, 160 pp, PB colour throughout, KP, £19.95

240 x 205 mm, 132 pp, HB colour throughout, HHP, £22.95

240 x 160 mm, 142 pp, HB b&w drawings, HHP, £18.95

235 x 160 mm, 134 pp, HB b&w photos, HHP, £18.95

Learn to Ride using Sports Psychology

The Less-Than-Perfect Horse

Ride Smarter!

Educating the Young Horse

Better Rider Better Ride

Petra & Wolfgang Hölzel

Jane Wallace

Coralie Smyth

Julian Westall

Linda Schultz

255 x 195 mm, 160 pp, HB b&w throughout, KP, £16.95

235 x 155 mm, 288 pp, PB b&w drawings, KP, £14.95

235 x 160 mm, 186 pp, HB b&w drawings, HHP, £18.95

235 x 160 mm, 258 pp, HB b&w drawings, HHP, £22.50

978-0-939481-39-2

235 x 204 mm, 104 pp, HB colour throughout, HHP, £18.95

978-0-939481-80-4

Yoga for Equestrians

Practical Dressage Manual

Dancing with Your Horse by Libby Anderson

Anatomy of Dressage

Bengt Ljungquist

& Leigh Ann Hazel-Groux

Downunder Horsemanship

Correct Movement in Horses by Klaus

Essential Exercises for Training Horses

Clinton Anderson

Schöneich and Gabriele Rachen-Schöneich

260 x 235 mm, 206 pp, PB colour throughout, TS, £19.95

978-1-57076-284-0

978-1-872082-86-8

Gymnastic Dressage Training

978-1-905693-14-6

978-1-872119-13-7

978-0-939481-73-6

978-0-939481-65-1

978-0-939481-53-8

Horses Behavin’ Badly

978-0-939481-50-7

Betsy Steiner

Linda Benedik & Veronica Wirth

260 x 255 mm, 224 pp, HB colour throughout, KP, £29.95

260 x 210 mm, 192 pp, PB colour throughout, KP, £18.95

235 x 160 mm, 164 pp, HB b&w photographs, HHP, £16.95

235 x 160 mm, 196 pp, HB 230 x 155 mm, 144 pp, PB colour throughout, HHP, £25.00 b&w drawings, HHP, £14.95

978-0-939481-66-8

978-0-939481-69-9

The Riding Teacher

In One Arena

The Circle of Trust

The Journey

Alois Podhajsky

Handling and Understanding the Horse

Sharon Biggs

Walter Zettl

Dressage Training Compendium from USDF

210 x 140 mm, 240 pp, HB b&w photographs, SP, £16.95

246 x 189 mm, 176 pp, PB 208 colour photos, SH, £17.99

978-1-872119-58-8

978-0-948253-66-9

978-1-872119-26-7

Marcy & Tony Pavord

978-1-85310-967-6

978-0-939481-36-1

250 x 225 mm, 180 pp, HB colour throughout, HHP, £30.00

978-0-939481-60-6

241 x 203 mm, 176 pp, HB colour throughout, HHP, £19.95

978-0-939481-77-4

USDF by Heinrich & Volker Schusdziarra

229 x 153 mm, 104 pp, HB colour throughout, HHP, £16.95

978-0-939481-81-1

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DRESSAGE H A L F H A LT P R E S S

Dressage Unscrambled

Pilates for the Dressage Rider Janice Dulak

Bill Woods

The Book Integral to success in the saddle – this proven work programme comprises specifically chosen exercises designed to best suit the needs of the dressage rider. This bestselling book will help enhance the rider’s ability. Clear photographs and detailed instructions clarify each exercise. ‘Of immense practical value to the dressage rider. This book gives exercises that can be done at home and are particularly relevant to the rider.’ British Dressage 240 x 190 mm, 158 pages, black & white photographs and drawings, casebound, 978-0-939481-72-9, HHP

£19.95

The DVD

THE DVD

Hosted by American dressage rider and Level 2 Pilates Instructor, Janice Dulak, this hugely popular DVD is the companion volume to her bestselling book. ‘This DVD, Pilates for the Dressage Rider, is designed to help develop core strength... viewers will learn each exercise then perform them in a real-time workout’. Horse & Hound DVD 90+ minutes

£24.95 inc VAT

978-1-905693-31-3, HHP

If you are looking for a serious dressage handbook, then this is definitely not the book for you! What you do get is a sideways look at the world of dressage from an author who has spent four decades riding and teaching. In a uniquely chaotic style and with over one hundred entries, Bill Woods sets out to unscramble many of the myths and urban legends that have become set in stone and entertains readers along the way with his own tales and experiences. The book is one of a kind and deserves a place on the bookshelf of every dressage enthusiast. 235 x 156 mm, 224 pages, black & white photographs paperback, HHP 978-0-939481-82-8

£14.95

Common Sense Dressage

Dressage in Harmony

An Illustrated Guide by Sally O’Connor

Book Four of The Masters of Horsemanship Series From Basic to Grand Prix by Walter Zettl

This classic work is now available in a paperback format. Over 200 photographs and illustrations combined with the author’s instructive text make for one of the most useful books on dressage. Sound practical advice is presented on the progressive training of the horse. ‘...explains the challenges of dressage in a straightforward, easy-tounderstand fashion and the graphics are marvellous.’ Chronicle of the Horse 240 x 210 mm, 170 pages, black & white photographs, paperback

978-0-939481-84-2, HHP

Possibly the clearest and most readable book on classical dressage training ever written. In easy to understand chapters, Zettl takes you through each step of the training stages, discusses problems that occur and assists with competent, sensible corrections, from beginner to becoming a master. 235 x 160 mm, 266 pages, illustrated, casebound

978-0-939481-54-5, HHP

The Dressage Rider’s Survival Guide £19.95

Margaret Odgers Entertains, commiserates and shares a laugh with riders everywhere on the many travails of learning dressage.

Dressage Book One of The Masters of Horsemanship Series A Guidebook for the Road to Success by Alfred Knopfhart

230 x 155 mm, 230 pages, black & white line drawings, paperback 978-0-939481-70-5, HHP 

Aimed principally at intermediate and advanced riders, Dressage offers excellent advice for the long road to success in dressage. The author leads the reader progressively to the higher levels of dressage in a logical and witty approach. Excellent line drawings clarify and enhance the text, making this one of the most readable books on dressage available.

Enter at A, Laughing

235 x 160 mm, 176 pages, black & white diagrams

220 x 140 mm, 180 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-0-939481-64-4, HHP 

978-0-939481-46-0, HHP 54

£19.95

£19.95

£12.95

Brian McKeown A satirical and hilarious look at the sport of dressage through the eyes of a dressage husband.

£9.95


DRESSAGE Dressage with Kyra

Kottas on Dressage

New Edition Kyra Kyrklund and Jytte Lemkow

Arthur Kottas-Heldenberg with Julie Rowbotham

‘Few of us could afford lessons with Kyra Kyrklund, but now you can have the next best thing at your fingertips. Her updated and extended Dressage with Kyra explains the training methods the author has used to phenomenal success.’ Horse & Hound ‘Riders will find the text crammed with inspired training tips and encouraging advice.’ The Equestrian 260 x 210 mm, 184 pages, colour photographs, casebound 978-1-905693-29-5, KP 

£20.00

TPG 29 Dressage Test Technique Judy Harvey 245 x 190 mm, 24 pages, colour illustrations, PB 978-1-872082-51-6, KP 

£5.95

TPG 55 Classical Riding Johanna Sharples 245 x 190 mm, 24 pages, colour, PB 978-1-905693-19-1, KP 

£5.95

‘This book is excellent - a must for anyone who competes in dressage. If you want to progress up from novice and need some help with the more advanced novice and elementary movements you will find this book really helpful. Kottas looks at each of the horses’ paces and gives a clear guide to what is required and most importantly how to achieve this. There are some excellent illustrations which clearly show everything from the rider’s aids to the flexion required from the horse. The book also includes some stunning photographs which again are very easy to understand. There are also sections on lateral movements, changes of lead and piaffe and passage for those with greater ambitions.’ Rider

Key Features •W  ritten by a former First Chief Rider of the worldfamous Spanish Riding School of Vienna • Explains the true concepts of classical horsemanship • A practical book that will benefit riders of all abilities • Superbly illustrated with drawings and photographs • Common problems analysed and remedies offered 246 x 189 mm, 224 pages, colour photographs, casebound 978-1-905693-05-4, KP 

£25.00

Real Life Dressage Training Advice from Novice to Grand Prix Carl Hester and Polly Ellison ‘The aim of this book is not to describe ideal training scenarios but to look at what we can do, to the best of our ability, with the horses we have. Difficult horses can become good horses…’ Carl Hester 275 x 215 mm, 120 pages, colour photographs, paperback 978-1-872119-49-6, KP 

£19.95

Down to Earth Dressage How to train your horse and enjoy it Carl Hester and Bernadette Faurie 230 x 150 mm, 112 pages, 100 colour photographs, paperback 978-1-872119-20-5, KP 

£12.95

The Art of Schooling for Dressage A Classical Approach Sylvia Stanier ‘Ideal for the serious student of dressage.’

Horse & Hound

246 x 189 mm, 192 pages, colour photographs, casebound 978-1-904057-69-7, SP 

£19.95

Dressage Tips and Training Solutions Petra & Wolfgang Hölzel, Martin Plewa ‘The ultimate problem solving manual for dressage riders from Novice to Grand Prix.’ Your Horse 245 x 190 mm, 160 pages, black & white photographs, paperback 978-1-872119-35-9, KP 

£16.95 55


EQUINE DISCIPLINES THRESHOLD PICTURE GUIDES £5.95 24 Show Jumping Jane Wallace 978-1-872082-36-3

33 Solving Show-Jumping Problems Jane Wallace 978-1-872082-66-0

TPG 11 Preparing for a Show

by Jane Holderness-Roddam

245 x 190 mm, 24 pages, colour illustrations, paperback, 978-0-901366-09-2, KP 

Showing Native Ponies

£5.95

by Jenny Morgan

‘A very comprehensive guide to all that you need to know on the subject, written in an entertaining style. With this title you cannot go far wrong in the show ring.’ Central Horse News 240 x 170 mm, 128 pages, black & white photographs, paperback, 978-1-872119-72-4, KP

Showing Hunter Ponies 18 Jumping Cross-Country Fences Jane Wallace 978-1-872082-07-3

31 Solving Cross-Country Problems Jane Wallace 978-1-872082-61-5

£14.95

by Jenny Morgan

Designed to help riders achieve success, this invaluable manual offers sensible guidance on training and management, so that the pony is expertly prepared for the ring, plus professional tips on tack, equipment, dress, grooming and ringcraft. 245 x 170 mm, 128 pages, black & white photographs, casebound, 978-1-872082-75-2, KP

£14.95

The Complete Show Jumper A Training Manual for Successful Show Jumping at All Levels Ernest Dillon FBHS

17 Basic Coursebuilding Maureen Summers 978-1-872082-06-6

‘In The Complete Show Jumper, straight-talking Ernest Dillon covers all aspects of his discipline, from buying the right horse to winning a jump-off. Written in an accessible style, it makes great reading for budding showjumpers who want to improve their knowledge or technique. Photos are included throughout to aid understanding. Tips and quotes from other top riders are included, giving an idea of the kind of mindset it takes to make it to the top in this sport.’ Horse 270 x 210 mm, 144 pages, colour photographs, paperback, 978-1-905693-36-8, KP 

7 Making Your Own Jumps Mary Gordon Watson 978-0-901366-76-4

£19.95

Training the Modern Show Jumper Elmar Pollmann-Schweckhorst ‘A book that addresses issues relevant to all trainers and riders whether amateur or professional.’ England’s Equestrian ‘An invaluable training system for your horse. Invest in a copy.’ Horse 255 x 200 mm, 160 pages, colour photographs casebound, 978-1-872119-93-9, KP 

Jumps, Etc. You Can Build Jumps, Dressage Arenas and Stable Equipment Lisa Campbell 240 x 210 mm, 80 pages black & white photographs hardback, HHP

978-0-939481-56-9

£18.95 56

£19.95

Everyday Jumping for Riders and Instructors Melissa Troup BA, BHSII This comprehensive guide provides a collection of exercises on the flat and over poles and fences, as well as essential information on jumping technique, effects of the rider’s position, fences to improve the horse’s technique, related distances, problem solving and tips on how to achieve a clear round in faultless style. 245 x 186 mm, 120 pages, colour photographs and diagrams paperback, 978-1-872119-95-3, KP

£14.95


EQUINE DISCIPLINES THRESHOLD PICTURE GUIDES £5.95

Design and Build a CrossCountry Course Second Edition by Hugh Morshead

28 Starting to Drive

‘This new book by respected FEI course designer Hugh Morshead is a real eye opener and fascinating to anyone with an interest in the sport. The central part of the book is dedicated to clear, detailed instructions on how-to build "mainstay” fences and where they should be sighted... This book is an absolute must have for anyone considering building cross country fences at whatever level.’ Equi-Ads 240 x 230 mm, 192 pages, colour throughout, spiral casebound, 978-1-905693-35-1, KP

Sallie Walrond 978-1-872082-47-9

34 Driving Questions Answered Sallie Walrond 978-1-872082-80-6

£24.95

Cross-Country with Blyth Tait A Photo Analysis of Technique by Blyth Tait This picture-by-picture masterclass on how to tackle different cross-country obstacles provides a virtual private lesson with Olympic gold medal winner Blyth Tait. Using superb photo sequences, he provides an informed commentary throughout. ‘Ideal for any aspiring cross-country champion.’ Equi-Ads 230 x 280 mm, 120 pages, colour photographs, casebound, 978-1-872119-73-1, KP 

Going Home

£25.00

Jim Meads

Jim Meads

The Foxhunters of Norfolk by Vic Brown

280 x 220 mm, 176 pp, HB colour photographs, QP, £25.00

280 x 220 mm, 192 pp, HB colour photographs, QP, £30.00

305 x 215 mm, 382 pp, HB colour throughout, JJG, £38.00

In Full Cry

978-1-904057-26-0

978-1-84689-041-3

978-1-899163-84-7

The Keen Foxhunter’s Miscellany Peter Holt

37 Driving Do’s and Don’ts Sallie Walrond 978-1-872082-84-4

46 Riding Western Cherry Hill 978-1-872119-42-7

53 Side-Saddle Jane Pryor 978-1-905693-03-0

41 Starting Endurance Riding Clare Wilde 978-1-872119-01-4

‘Foxhunting trivia past and present, including 18th century poems, advice on how to address the MFH, a vivid description of a horrible hunt ball in 1926 and profiles of hunt eccentrics.’ Country Life ‘This appealing anthology is set to become an essential addition to the library of keen foxhunters everywhere.’ Hounds Magazine 216 x 138 mm, 208 pages, black & white drawings, casebound, 978-1-84689-065-9, QP

£16.95 Trot On

Sports Driving

Sixty Years of Horses Sallie Walrond and Anne Grimshaw

A Complete Guide to Horse Driving Trials Foreword by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh KG, KT Amanda Saville This book aims to demystify the ‘myths’ of competitive carriage driving by providing a comprehensive guide to the tools and techniques needed. The author details the requirements of all three phases of competition with many tips on how to achieve success. 246 x 189 mm, 192 pages, colour throughout casebound, 978-1-905693-01-6, KP 

£18.95

Sallie Walrond’s captivating life story; instructive, entertaining and charming. Limited edition 1,000 signed and numbered copies. 250 x 200 mm, 328 pages, colour photographs casebound, 978-1-872119-77-9, KP 

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EQUINE CARE – HEALTH Caring for the Horse’s Teeth and Mouth

Solving Dental Problems and Improving Health, Comfort and Performance by Dr Chris Hannes ‘This is an excellent book that will really help the reader understand the horse’s teeth and mouth. It knocks home the importance of good dental care for the horse. With first class photographs and diagrams this is a must for all horse owners and one I shall be recommending to all my exam students’ British Horse Magazine 254 x 178 mm, 160 pages, 246 colour photographs, casebound 978-1-905693-32-0, KP 

THRESHOLD PICTURE GUIDES £5.95 TPG 54 Lameness Stuart Duncan 978-1-905693-07-8

TPG 12 First Aid Jane Holderness-Roddam 978-1-872082-62-2

TPG 52 Worms & Worming Russell Lyon 978-1-905693-06-1

£30.00

Hoof Problems

Hoof Construction, Trimming and Shoeing, Hoof Problems and Solutions Rob van Nassau Using over 1000 photographs, internationally renowned farrier Rob van Nassau looks at every aspect of hoof care, and describes in detail more than fifty common foot problems. Each problem is clearly illustrated and accompanied by a straightforward description of the problem, its cause and treatment. ‘Written for farriers, farriery students and owners, this book is said to make a valuable contribution to equine literature.’ Forge

270 x 210 mm, 224 pages, colour illustrations throughout, casebound 978-1-905693-00-9, KP 

£30.00 The Horse’s Pain-Free Back and Saddle-Fit Book

Ensure Soundness and Comfort with Back Analysis and Correct Use of Saddles and Pads Joyce Harman DVM MRCVS

THE HORSE HEALTH EXPLAINED SERIES by David W Ramey DVM

£12.95 each

Respiratory Problems Explained 230 x 155 mm, 96 pages, black & white drawings £12.95 paperback, 978-1-872119-78-6, KP 

This comprehensive and detailed study is the ultimate guide to saddle fitting and its implication for the horse’s back. ‘This is one of the clearest, most comprehensive and best written book about saddles we’ve seen.’ Horse & Rider

£24.95

215 x 230 mm, 220 pages, colour illustrations, paperback, 978-1-872119-80-9, KP 

All Horse Systems Go

The Horse Owner's Full-Colour Veterinary Care and Conditioning Resource for Modern Performance, Sport and Pleasure Horses Nancy S Loving DVM In this full-colour, comprehensive volume, Dr Nancy Loving, highly respected equine veterinarian and dressage, event and distance rider, addresses the challenges of keeping the working horse ‘working’. ‘A brilliant book for every horse owner.’

Horse & Rider

260 x 210 mm, 616 pages, 500 colour photographs, paperback, 978-1-57076-332-8, TS 

£30.00

No Foot, No Horse

Foot Balance: The Key to Soundness and Performance Gail Williams BA PhD & Martin Deacon FWCF Widely acclaimed by farriers and vets, this groundbreaking manual explains how foot balance crucially affects both performance and soundness. It explains what to look for, and how skilled farriery can give the very best chance to stay sound. 250 x 190 mm, 144 pages, colour photographs & drawings, paperback 978-1-872119-48-9, KP 

£18.95

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Navicular Syndrome Explained Many misconceptions surround ‘navicular’ – a condition often wrongly diagnosed. This book describes in plain language what the condition is (and is not), how it develops, and how to participate in the diagnosis and various treatments. ‘The horse owner’s first line of defence against this dreaded disease.’ Ireland’s Equestrian 230 x 155 mm, 96 pages, black & white drawings £12.95 paperback, 978-1-872119-47-2, KP 

Laminitis Explained This accessible guide explains what goes on in the feet of the horse with laminitis, and the latest thinking on prevention, causes, diagnosis, treatment, recovery and long-term maintenance. 230 x 155 mm, 112 pages, black & white drawings £12.95 paperback, 978-1-872119-55-7, KP 


EQUINE CARE – ALTERNATIVE What Horses Say

Sports Massage for Horses

How to Hear, Help and Heal Them Anna Clemence Mews & Julie Dicker

Pennie Hooper

This remarkable, thought-provoking book is convincing evidence that horses do indeed speak to us, if only we can learn to hear them. With its account of horses and ponies from all walks of life backed up with factual corroboration by vets and other professionals, it is an extraordinary insight guaranteed to leave every reader thinking differently about their horse and its relationship with them.

Horses, like human athletes, can suffer from muscular stiffness, strains and injuries, all of which can benefit from well-applied sports massage. Using simple techniques, the author explains that it’s not difficult to give your horse a basic sports massage given a little practice. Clear diagrams and photos show where and how to apply the massage techniques to aid specific problems. 285 x 225 mm, 60 pages, colour photographs, casebound 978-1-872119-87-8, KP 

TPG 40 Aromatherapy Caroline Ingraham 245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

978-1-872082-98-1

£16.95

220 x 170 mm, 218 pages, black & white drawings, casebound 978-1-872119-75-5, KP 

£18.95

TPG 27 Herbs for Horses

TPG 38 Massage for Horses

TPG 35 Natural Remedies

TPG 45 Traditional Shiatsu for Horses

Jenny Morgan

Mary Bromiley

Chris Day MRCVS

Sue Hix

245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

978-1-872082-46-2

978-1-872082-87-5

978-1-872082-79-0

978-1-872119-36-6

Second Edition Tim Couzens This truly comprehensive and practical guide has now been revised and updated as an e-book. With careful selection of the right remedy, homeopathy will often succeed where conventional medicine has failed. This unique volume provides practical and systematic insights, giving clear descriptions of ailments and their suggested remedies enabling treatment to be specifically tailored and thus ensuring the best chance of success.

Veteran Horse Herbal Hilary Page Self BSc MNIMH A detailed guide to medicinal herbs and how they can help in the treatment of a wide range of common ailments that particularly affect older horses and ponies. 240 x 170 mm, 103 pages, colour photographs, paperback 978-1-872119-85-4, KP 

Available as e-book

£14.95

Improve Your Horse’s Well-Being

A Modern Horse Herbal

A Step-by-Step Guide to TTouch and TTeam Training Linda Tellington-Jones

Hilary Page Self BSc MNIMH Now in its 7th printing, a practical guide to medicinal herbs for horses and how they can help in the treatment of a wide range of common ailments. Includes a Materia Medica listing the properties of over 50 obtainable herbs. 240 x 170 mm, 176 pages, paperback 978-1-872119-81-6, KP 

£16.95 Bach Flower Remedies for Horses and Riders Martin J Scott and Gael Mariani 250 x 175 mm, 96 pages, black & white drawings, casebound 978-1-872119-25-0, KP 

£16.95

£40.00

978-1-905693-52-8, KP 

A fully illustrated guide to Linda Tellington-Jones’ famous TTouches and TTEAM groundwork for horses, in a big format high quality production with stunning photographs in full colour. TTEAM work can strengthen horse and rider partnerships and unlock hidden potential in every horse. 275 x 275 mm, 64 pages, colour photos, casebound

978-1-872119-18-2, KP 

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Homeopathy for Horses


EQUINE CARE – MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL Budget Horse & Pony Care

‘D’ is for Donkey An A to Z of Donkey Facts and Stories Dr Elisabeth D Svendsen MBE

Cost Effective Horse Management Tamsin Pickeral

‘What a delightful book! This is a beautifully illustrated anthology which contains the stories and photographs of many donkeys. Each letter of the alphabet is covered in 2 parts. The first part is about donkeys whose names begin with that letter, the second part is donkey facts, people and places. This compilation would appeal to anyone who loves or has a soft spot for donkeys.’ Equi-Ads

‘This is a great reference book for all horsey people and would make a lovely gift. The book is full of hints and tips to make your money go further by making your own or recycling – which is perfect for the current economic climate. How to make the items is nice and clear and most products have diagrams or pictures to show you what you are aiming for. The make your own shampoo, conditioner and rinse section is great as it explains exactly what oils to use for particular skin types and purposes.’  Central Horse News 246 x 189 mm, 244 pages, colour photographs, paperback 978-1-905693-29-0, KP 

£16.95

201 Handy Hints for Horse Persons

201 More Handy Hints for Horse Persons

TPG 21 Grooming

Karen Bush

Karen Bush

190 x 120 mm, 72 pp, HB b&w drawings, KP, £5.95

190 x 120 mm, 72 pp, HB b&w drawings, KP, £4.95

978-1-872119-00-7

978-1-872119-12-0

246 x 189 mm, 224 pp, colour photographs, casebound

978-1-905693-39-9, KP

£20.00

Susan McBane

TPG 1 Manes and Tails

TPG 2 Trimming and Clipping

Valerie Watson

Valerie Watson

245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

245 x 190 mm, 24 pp, PB colour drawings, KP, £5.95

978-1-872082-29-5

978-0-901366-32-0

978-1-872119-23-6

Your Mare’s First Foal Jane Skepper Practical, jargon-free advice for the first-time breeder, this comprehensive easy to use guide covers everything from conception to weaning.  The author provides all the answers that owners typically ask about their mare, pregnancy and foaling – including getting the mare in foal, scanning, vaccinations, nutrition, worming, foaling down and coping with the newborn foal. ‘Essential reading for the first timer or small breeder.’  National Equine Student 245 x 186 mm, 96 pages, colour photographs throughout, paperback 978-1-872119-98-4, KP 

£14.95

Stable Stereotypes

Equestrian Eccentrics from Horse & Hound ‘A perfect stocking filler that will bring a smile to your face, based on the Horse and Hound Stable Stereotypes series.’ South East Rider

Photographing and "Videoing" Horses Explained Digital and Film

Charles Mann

240 x 220 mm, 212 pages, colour photographs throughout, paperback 978-1-905693-15-3, KP 

£19.95

Horses & Heroes The Photography of John Minoprio 280 x 270 mm, 168 pages, 160 colour photographs, casebound 978-1-84037-128-4, SH 

£30.00

Smith’s Lawn The History of Guards Polo Club 1955-2005 by J N P Watson 218 x 276 mm, 192 pages, colour throughout, casebound with slip case 978-1-904057-70-3, QP

£40.00

The Horse Lover’s Joke Book Suzan St Maur

190 x 120 mm, 96 pages, colour throughout, laminated board 978-1-905693-33-7, KP

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£7.99

210 x 135 mm, 96 pages, black & white drawings, paperback 978-1-872119-39-7, KP

£5.95


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AUTHOR INDEX Aberdare, Lord..........................................................40

De Montbel, S...........................................................36

Hatcher, J S..............................................................26

Adams, A J................................................................ 31

De Quintanilla, I.......................................................36

Hattingh, P................................................................37

Allison, C...................................................................36

Deacon, M.................................................................58

Hay-Ffrench, H.........................................................40

Ames Jr, T.................................................................30

Decker, S...................................................................40

Hazel-Groux, L A......................................................53

Anderson, C..............................................................53

Dicker, J....................................................................59

Healy, J..................................................................... 19

Anderson, L..............................................................53

Diggle, M...................................................................52

Heath, V.................................................................... 16

Anderson, W R.......................................................... 12

Dimbleby, K................................................................5

Heck, M.....................................................................32

Angier, R H...............................................................26

Dillon, E....................................................................56

Hecker, A..................................................................36

Austyn, C...................................................................26

Donarski Jr, D..........................................................36

Heiple, K...................................................................23

Auty, I........................................................... 44, 45, 51

Dorsey, P................................................................... 31

Henderson, C............................................................46

Bailey, M...................................................................38

Douglas, J................................................................. 16

Henriques, P.............................................................62

Baker, D J.................................................................24

Downing, G.........................................................22, 35

Henry, L.................................................................... 61

Baldus, R...................................................................36

Drakeford, J.............................................18, 19, 33, 39

Herbert, P.................................................................48

Barr, J S....................................................................30

Draper, J.............................................................46, 48

Hester, C...................................................................55

Barty-King, H............................................................40

Dubino, A..................................................................26

Hetherington, P........................................................40

Batha, C................................................................ 8, 20

The Duchess of Rutland.............................................3

Hill, C.................................................................. 57, 63

Batley, J....................................................................22

Duckworth, F............................................................36

Hilleary, A................................................................. 14

Batty-Smith, J...........................................................45

Dulak, J.....................................................................54

Hills, J.........................................................................4

Baxter, P............................................................. 38, 40

Duncan, S............................................................58, 63

Hix, S...................................................................59, 63

Beck, B & C............................................................... 31

Dunlap, R E...............................................................26

Hobson, J C......................................................4, 13, 21

Beliveau, M...............................................................30

Durman-Walters, D..................................................33

Holbrook D............................................................... 31

Bell, D.......................................................................39

Dyer, A......................................................................36

Holderness-Roddam, J.................................56, 58, 62

Behn, J......................................................................26

Ellison, P...................................................................55

Holt, P..............................................................9, 21, 57

Benedik, L.................................................................53

Engle, E...............................................................30, 32

Hรถlzel, P & W...................................................... 53, 55

Bentley, J..................................................................62

Erlandson, K........................................................17, 19

Hooper, P..................................................................59

Best, A K.................................................................... 31

Fadala S....................................................................23

Horn, B......................................................................11

Biggs, S......................................................................53

Fauceglia. T............................................................... 31

Horwood, A...............................................................46

Bishop, B................................................................... 31

Faurie, B....................................................................55

Howkins, B................................................................39

Black, R..................................................................... 13

Ferguson, G...............................................................40

Hubka, J....................................................................29

Blakeley, P F.............................................................23

Fernรกndez, C............................................................. 31

Hudson, D................................................16, 19, 22, 23

Boga, S......................................................................23

Flack, P......................................................................36

Hughes, D...............................................29, 30, 31, 32

Boyle, R H.................................................................30

Fletcher, N................................................................ 12

Hughes, J.................................................................. 61

Bramah, E & J...........................................................40

Forrest, D..................................................................40

Hull, R....................................................................... 12

Brander, M.......................................................... 17, 19

Foster, C.................................................................... 14

Humphreys, J & A.................................................... 12

Brannon, M...............................................................20

Frain, S.......................................................... 18, 33, 39

Hunter, D..................................................................37

Bromiley, M........................................................59, 63

Fulsher, K..................................................................32

Ingraham, C........................................................59, 63

Brown, N...................................................................24

Fullum, J................................................................... 31

Irving, J................................................................16, 17

Brown, V................................................................... 57

Garfit, W...............................................................9, 23

Ivens, P.....................................................................43

Budworth, G..............................................................28

Gawesworth, S....................................................27, 32

Jardine-Paterson, V.................................................. 12

Bush, K......................................................................60

Genova, P..................................................................30

Jaworowski, E.....................................................30, 32

Buxrud, U..................................................................40

GNEF........................................................................ 51

Jones, R....................................................................45

Campbell, L...............................................................56

Gierach, J.................................................................. 31

Johnson, P H............................................................26

Campbell-Preston, R................................................ 13

Glover, J.................................................................... 18

Johnston, B................................................................. 7

Capstick, F C.............................................................36

Goddard, D............................................................... 37

Karas, N....................................................................32

Carruthers, H............................................................ 16

Gonzales, L................................................................ 31

Kennedy, M...............................................................26

Catchpole, G.............................................................. 15

Grant, D....................................................................25

Kidd, J.......................................................................48

Cauthorn, D.............................................................. 37

Grantz, G...................................................................23

King, M.....................................................................33

Chillcott, I.................................................................29

Grasselli, G................................................................36

Kite, O.......................................................................29

Churchill, J...............................................................23

Griffith, D..................................................................35

Klausmeyer, K...........................................................32

Clouser, B..................................................................30

Grimshaw, A............................................................. 57

Knopfhart, A.............................................................54

Colles, Dr C...............................................................63

Grzelewski, D.............................................................11

Knowles, P................................................................38

Cooley, G...................................................................26

Gudgeon, S................................................................23

Koch, E...................................................................... 31

Couzens, T...........................................................42, 59

Hafele, R...................................................................29

Kottas-Heldenberg, A............................................... 55

Cowie, D....................................................................36

Hague, D...................................................................37

Kreh, L................................................................10, 29

Craven, C............................................................ 28, 30

Hancock, D............................................................... 18

Kyrklund, K...............................................................55

Crawford, L.........................................................28, 29

Hanley, K..................................................................32

Kugach, G..................................................................30

Cree, J....................................................................... 19

Hannes, Dr C............................................................58

Kuhn, C.....................................................................38

Crudgington, I M......................................................24

Hanrahan, T..............................................................20

Langbein, J...............................................................34

Crumplin, M.............................................................38

Hansell, H................................................................. 18

Lawrence, A.............................................................. 16

Cundill, G..................................................................36

Harding, C W...................................................... 10, 25

Lemkow, J.................................................................55

Dallas, D..............................................................24, 25

Harland, R................................................................36

Lewis, S P..................................................................37

Daniel, G....................................................................11

Harman, J.................................................................58

Lindgren, Major .......................................................53

Darcy Jones, E..........................................................39

Harris, L W...............................................................33

Linington-Payne, M......................................43, 44, 45

Dashwood, K............................................................. 12

Harrop, R.................................................................. 31

Livingston, A............................................................. 13

Davis, T..................................................................... 19

Ljungquist, B............................................................53

Day, Dr C.......................................................59, 62, 63

Hart-Davis, D............................................................35 Harvey, J.......................................................55, 62, 63

De Csernatony, A......................................................49

Hastie, P S...........................................................43, 45

Loriston-Clarke, J.....................................................52

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AUTHOR INDEX Loving, N...................................................................58

Pavord, M & T...........................................................53

St Maur, S..................................................... 14, 60, 61

Luce, A A...................................................................29

Pearce, L...................................................................63

Stanford, J K.............................................................23

Lutwyche, R..............................................................39

Pepper, B...................................................................40

Stanier, S...................................................................55

Lyon, R................................................................58, 63

Phillips, J....................................................................8

Steiner, B..................................................................53

Mahler, J.............................................................10, 28

Pickeral, T.................................................................60

Stevens, L..................................................................29

Mann, C.....................................................................60

Plewa, M...................................................................55

Stevens, M...........................................................52, 63

Mariani, G.................................................................59

Podhajsky, A.............................................................53

Stockdale, T..............................................................48

Marlin D....................................................................47

Pollmann-Schweckhorst, E......................................56

Streeks, N..................................................................30

Maritz, N................................................................... 19

Popovics, B................................................................32

Stroup, E...................................................................29

Marsh, B....................................................................36

Preston, J..................................................................40

Summers, M.................................................49, 56, 62

Marshall-Ball, R..................................................22, 23

Preston, O............................................... 14, 21, 38, 39

Svendsen, Dr E.........................................................60

Martin, B P................................................................20

Print, P......................................................................45

Swan, M....................................................................22

Mason, C...................................................................40

Prior, R......................................................................34

Tait, B........................................................................ 57

Masters, D.................................................................25

Prizeman, J...............................................................40

Takahashi, R.............................................................29

Matthews, R..............................................................40

Protz, R.....................................................................40

Tarrant, B.................................................................. 19

Mattinson, P...............................................................9

Pruden, J.....................................................................3

Taylor, J....................................................................26

Mayer, L....................................................................32

Pryor, J................................................................ 57, 63

Tellington-Jones, L..................................19, 52, 59, 61

McAlpine, B..............................................................39

Purves, L................................................................... 51

Thomason, A.............................................................30

McBane, S.................................................... 60, 62, 63

Putman, Prof R.........................................................34

Thompson, B............................................................. 12

McCall, J & L.............................................................53

Quinn, T....................................................... 20, 27, 40

Thornley, J................................................................35

McCreight, T.............................................................23

Rachen-Schöneich, G...............................................53

Tichener-Barrett, R..................................................40

McIntosh, M.............................................................26

Radencich, M D...................................... 11, 28, 29, 32

Trotman, Prof C........................................................ 21

McKay, J......................................................... 8, 18, 33

Raleigh, D.................................................................37

Troup, M....................................................... 44, 51, 56

McKelvie, C............................................................... 12

Ramey, D..................................................................58

Twist, M.................................................................... 19

McKeown, B..............................................................54

Randall, J...................................................................11

Tyrell, J.....................................................................40

McKergow, P.............................................................40

Randall, L............................................................ 42, 51

Tyson, D....................................................................38

McKinley, R..............................................................34

Rawlings, B...............................................................29

USDF.........................................................................53

McPhail, R.......................................................... 12, 20

Ray, S........................................................................38

Valentine, I......................................................... 14, 38

Meadows, K..............................................................36

Raynor, M...........................................................47, 49

Valla, M.....................................................................32

Meads, J.................................................................... 57

Rhoderick-Jones, R..................................................40

Van Nassau, R...........................................................58

Meck, C...............................................................10, 30

Richardson, R.................................................... 38, 40

Vargas, D...................................................................38

Mellini, P...................................................................40

Ridley, N..............................................................16, 17

Venters, V.................................................................25

Menzies, J............................................................. 6, 17

Robertson, K.......................................................36, 38

Wadeson, P.................................................................8

Mews, A C.................................................................59

Roberts, N.................................................................26

Wallace, G................................................................. 17

Minoprio, J...............................................................60

Robinson, M............................................................. 12

Wallace, J...........................................51, 52, 53, 56, 62

Mitchell, E................................................................. 31

Roebuck, K C............................................................ 19

Walrod, D................................................................. 34

Mochler, A................................................................40

Rogowski, Dr S.........................................................29

Walrond, S....................................................57, 62, 63

Morgan, J......................................................56, 59, 62

Romans, B................................................................. 31

Wanless, M...............................................................52

Morris, C A................................................................32

Roosenburg, J...........................................................26

Ward, R.....................................................................36

Morris, P A................................................................36

Ross, E...................................................................... 51

Watson, G.................................................................49

Morris, S...................................................................32

Rothman, G...............................................................38

Watson, J N P...........................................................60

Morshead, H............................................................. 57

Rounds, J........................................................... 30, 38

Watson, M G.......................................................56, 62

Mortensen, H............................................................27

Rowbotham, J...........................................................55

Watson, R.................................................................29

Moss, D.....................................................................27

Rubin, D E................................................................ 61

Watson, V........................................................... 60, 62

Moxon, P R..........................................................16, 19

Sagar, H....................................................................37

Weatherstone, J........................................................40

Nemes, S...................................................................32

Satterley, G................................................................. 7

Weaver, R.................................................................. 19

Nelson, M..................................................................36

Saunders Watson, M................................................40

Webber, T........................................................... 61, 62

Neumann, U.............................................................. 37

Saville, A................................................................... 57

Wedd, K....................................................................38

Newton, J..................................................................26

Savitt, S..................................................................... 61

Werner, M.................................................................30

Nichols, J............................................................28, 32

Schöneich, K.............................................................53

Westall, J..................................................................53

Nicholson, M.............................................................36

Schuh, D....................................................................23

Whitehead, G K.........................................................34

Nickerson, R........................................................14, 21

Schullery, P.........................................................29, 32

Wilde, C............................................................... 57, 63

Nickerson, Sir J........................................................23

Schultz, L..................................................................53

Wilks, A.......................................................................6

Nobili, M...................................................................26

Schusdziarra, H & V.................................................53

Williams, B..................................................................4

Nolte, M....................................................................30

Scott, M.....................................................................59

Williams, G...............................................................58

Nonte, G C.................................................................26

Sharples, J................................................................63

Williams, P................................................................40

Nutter, W E...............................................................26

Shaw, G.....................................................................40

Winlaw, A S R...........................................................40

O’ Reilly, P................................................................28

Sheardown, F............................................................ 19

Wirth, V....................................................................53

O’Beirne-Ranelagh, E...............................................49

Shelley, R..................................................................38

Wolsoncroft-Dodds, D.............................................. 27

O’Connor, S.........................................................53, 54

Simpson, B................................................................40

Wood, P...............................................................52, 63

Odgers, M.................................................................54

Skepper, J.................................................................60

Woods, B...................................................................54

Ohman, J.................................................................. 31

Sleight, J................................................................... 12

Yardley, M...........................................................23, 26

Osthoff, R............................................................ 30, 31

Smiley, E...................................................................48

Zettl, W...............................................................53, 54

Page Self, H...............................................................59

Smith, W H B............................................................26

Park, L & E................................................................ 13

Smyth, C....................................................................53

Parkes, C...................................................................35

Spaight, R..................................................................29 Spartas, D................................................................. 19

Parry, B..................................................................... 15

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Budget Horse & Pony Care

£16.95

60

£7.95

23

978-0-8117-0505-9

Bug Water

£30.00

30

£19.95

55

978-0-8117-0456-4

Caddisflies

£30.00

30

978-1-84689-063-5

Apocalypse of Napoleon Bonaparte

978-0-8117-2486-9

Archery

978-1-904057-69-7

Art of Schooling for Dressage

978-1-899163-52-6

Astride Two Centuries

£16.95

40

978-1-872119-50-2

Canine Capers

£4.95

14

978-1-57157-304-9

Atkin, Grant & Lang

£45.00

25

978-0-8117-3032-7

Canoe Handbook

£14.95

38

978-1-872119-25-0

Bach Flower Remedies Horses and Riders

£16.95

59

978-1-905693-32-0

Caring for the Horse’s Teeth and Mouth

978-0-8117-0236-2

Barr Flies

£29.95

30

978-0-8117-3257-4

Cast

978-1-84689-059-8

BASC Handbook of Shooting

£18.95

22

978-1-84689-046-8

Casting with Lefty Kreh

£30.00

29

£16.95

8

978-0-9793460-2-6

Charlie Craven’s Basic Fly Tying

£30.00

30

978-1-84689-085-7 BASC Handbooks Pest & Predator

£30.00

58

£19.95

30

978-1-84689-025-3

BASC Handbooks Wildfowling

£16.95

22

978-0-8117-0732-9

Charlie’s Fly Box

£27.95

28

978-0-8117-2644-3

Basic Canoeing

£12.95

38

978-0-8117-0630-8

Checkering & Carving Gunstocks

£29.95

26

978-0-8117-3303-8

Basic Fly Fishing

£16.95

29

978-0-939481-77-4

Circle of Trust

£19.95

53

978-0-8117-2473-9

Basic Fly Tying

£16.95

30

978-0-8117-0197-6

Classic Salmon Fly Materials

£35.00

29

978-0-8117-0105-1

Basic Fly Tying DVD

£24.95

30

978-0-8117-0852-4 Classic Salmon Fly Patterns

£50.00

11

978-0-8117-3210-9

Basic Kayaking

£16.95

38

978-0-8117-3567-4 Climber’s Handbook

£16.95

37

978-0-8117-3532-2

Basic Trap & Skeet Shooting

£16.95

23

978-1-840372-51-9

Climbing From Gym to Crag

£12.99

37

978-1-84689-097-0

Bedlingtons in the Field

£16.95

18

978-0-8117-2735-8

Climbing your Best

£12.95

37

978-1-899163-46-5

Beer Glorious Beer

£9.95

40

978-0-8117-0148-8

Clouser’s Flies

£30.00

30

£30.00

40

978-1-84689-069-7

Best of British

£35.00

25

978-1-870948-33-3

Coffee Makers

978-1-57157-270-7

Best of Holland & Holland

£50.00

26

978-1-905693-08-5

Coaching Skills for Riding Teachers

£16.95

51

978-0-8117-0744-2

Better Flies Faster

£18.95

32

978-0-948253-83-6

Cogswell & Harrison

£35.00

26 40

978-0-939481-80-4

Better Rider, Better Ride

£18.95

53

978-0-948253-68-3

Collecting Fishing Tackle

£10.95

0-95849-39-1-x

Between the Sunlight and the Thunder

£24.00

36

978-0-939481-84-2

Common Sense Dressage

£19.95

54

£35.00

36

978-1-934753-07-1

Common-Sense Fly Fishing

£12.95

29 23

978-0-9814424-4-0 Between Two Fires 978-0-8117-3450-9

Beyond Basic Fly Tying

£18.95

30

978-0-8117-1719-9

Complete Book of Tanning Skins and Furs

£17.95

978-1-905693-18-4

BHS Complete Manual Horse Stable Mgmt £25.00

45

978-1-904057-05-5

Complete Gundog Training Manual

£19.95

16

978-1-905693-37-5

BHS Complete Manual of Equitation

£20.00

45

978-1-84037-119-2

Complete Jack Russell

£14.95

18

978-1-905693-20-7

BHS Complete Training Manual Stage 1

£14.95

44

978-1-905693-36-8

Complete Show Jumper

£19.95

56

978-1-905693-28-3

BHS Complete Training Manual Stage 2

£14.95

44

978-1-899163-89-2

Computer in the Art Room

£25.00

40

978-1-905693-27-6

BHS Complete Training Manual for Stage 3 £14.95

44

978-1-905693-14-6

Correct Movement in Horses

£19.95 53

978-1-872119-61-8

BHS Learn to Ride with the BHS

£16.95

45

978-1-872119-73-1

Cross-Country with Blyth Tait

£25.00

57

978-1-905693-45-0

BHS Manual Coach & Teaching Riding

£14.95

45

978-0-8117-2175-2

Custom Knifemaking

£14.95

23

978-1-905693-13-9

BHS Riding and Roadcraft 12th Edition

£7.95

45

978-1-905693-39-9

‘D’ is for Donkey

£20.00

60

978-1-872119-57-1

BHS Training Manual for PRT 1-6

£9.95

44

978-0-939481-66-8

Dancing with Your Horse

£25.00

53

978-1-905693-26-9

BHS Training Manual for the PTT

£12.95

44

978-0-8117-0142-6

Dapping

£19.95

30

978-1-872119-91-5

BHS TREC

£50.00

25

£12.95

45

978-1-84689-100-7

David McKay Brown

978-1-905693-62-7 BHS Veterinary Manual 2nd Edition £35.00

43

978-0-8117-3287-1

Deer Burger Cookbook

£7.95

13

978-1-872082-57-8

BHS Veterinary Manual

£29.95

45

978-1-84689-047-5

Deer: Law & Liabilities

£20.00

35

978-1-905693-22-1

BHS Workbook for Stage 1

£12.99 44

978-1-84689-077-2

Deer: Sporting Answers

£20.00

34

978-1-905693-23-8

BHS Workbook for Stage 2

£12.99

44

978-1-84689-108-3

Deer Management in the UK

£25.00

35

978-0-939481-76-7

Big Book of Hidden Horses

£7.99 61

978-1-904057-03-1

Deer Manager’s Companion

£25.00

34

0-9584188-6-1

Big Game Hunting

978-1-84689-048-2

Deer Stalking Handbook

£25.00

35

66

£30.00

36


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Deer Watch

£16.95

34

978-1-899163-84-7

Foxhunters of Norfolk

£38.00 57

978-1-905693-35-1

Design and Build a Cross-Country Course

£24.95

57

978-1-899163-87-8

From Cloisters to Cup Final

£25.00

38

0-9584590-4-5

Diana Files

£47.00

36

978-1-85310-973-7

Future for Woodland Deer

£24.95

34

978-1-84689-037-6

Dishes with Dashers

£16.95

12

978-1-904057-16-1

Game & Fish Cookbook

£25.00

12

978-1-84689-115-1

Distinguished Leaves

£7.99

39

978-1-84689-089-5

Game & Fish Record Book

£25.00

20

978-1-904057-85-7

Dog Training and Behaviour

£16.95

19

978-1-84689-022-2

Game Season

£30.00

12

978-1-904057-93-2

Dog Training with Mr Perks

£14.99

15

978-1-904057-73-4

Gamekeeping

£19.95

22

978-1-872119-20-5

Down to Earth Dressage

£12.95

55

978-0-8117-0514-1

Gas, Air and Spring Guns of the World

£22.50

26

978-1-57076-284-0

Downunder Horsemanship

£19.95

53

978-1-872119-76-2

Getting in TTouch with Your Cat

£9.95

19

978-0-939481-83-5

Draw Horses with Sam Savitt

£16.95

61

978-1-872119-41-0

Getting in TTouch with Your Dog

£10.95

19

978-0-939481-46-0

Dressage

£19.95

54

978-1-904057-10-9

Good Game

£16.99

12

978-0-939481-54-5

Dressage in Harmony

£19.95

54

978-1-84689-041-3

Going Home

£30.00

57

978-0-939481-70-5

Dressage Rider’s Survival Guide

£12.95

54

978-1-84689-118-2 Going to the Hill

978-1-872119-35-9

Dressage Tips and Training Solutions

£16.95

55

978-1-899163-10-6

Graham Greene – Three Lives

978-0-939481-82-8

Dressage Unscrambled

978-1-905693-29-5

Dressage with Kyra New Edition

978-0-8117-0741-1 Dynamic Nymphing 978-0-939481-39-2

Educating the Young Horse

£16.99

7

£14.95

40

£14.95

54

978-1-899163-56-4

Great British Food

£16.95

40

£20.00

55

978-1-904057-62-8

Great Salmon Sea Trout Lochs Scotland

£25.00

29

£25.00

11

978-1-904057-07-9

Great Salmon Sea Trout Loughs Ireland

£25.00

29

£22.50

53

978-1-904057-86-4

Great Shoots

£25.00

20

£12.95

40

978-0-939481-64-4

Enter at A, Laughing

£9.95

54

978-1-899163-68-7

Greek Islands

978-1-904057-45-1

Essential Care for Dogs

£16.95

19

978-1-870948-89-0

Green Collars

978-0-939481-73-6

Essential Exercises for Training Horses

£22.95 53

£28.00

40

978-0-9551160-2-5 Greenwood Guide to South Africa

£14.95

10

978-0-8117-1024-4 Essential Knots & Rigs for Salt Water £10.95

10

978-1-84689-019-2

Grouse

£35.00

23

978-0-8117-0716-9

Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout

£10.95

28

978-1-84689-023-9

Grouse Shooting

£19.95

23

978-0-8117-3459-2

Essential Saltwater Flies

£16.95

30

978-0-89272-907-4

Gun Craft

£25.00

25

978-0-8117-2748-8

Essential Trout Flies

£17.95

30

978-0-948253-80-5

Gun Engraving

£35.00

26

978-1-899163-22-9

Eton & Harrow at Lord’s

£39.00

40

978-1-84689-153-3

Gundog Training

£18.99

19

978-1-84689-139-7 Evening with Johnners

£16.99

7

978-1-84689-050-5

Gundog Veterinary Bible

£19.95

16

978-1-905693-47-4 Eventing Explained

£19.95

42

978-1-84037-033-1

Gundogs Their Learning Chain

£16.99

17

£14.95

56

978-1-84689-090-1

Gundogs Training and Field Trials

£19.95

16

978-1-872119-95-3

Everyday Jumping

978-1-85310-893-8

Falconry for Beginners

£19.95

33

978-1-904057-64-2

Gunfitting

£19.95

26

0-9584590-3-7

Far from Ordinary Life

£40.00

36

978-0-8117-0728-2

Gunsmithing

£29.95

26

978-0-939481-68-2

Feeding Your Horse for Life

£19.95

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978-0-8117-0378-9

Gunsmithing with Simple Hand Tools

£19.95

26

978-1-904057-56-7

Ferret Breeding

£16.95

33

978-1-872119-58-8

Gymnastic Dressage Training

£29.95

53

978-1-84689-099-4

The Field Book of Country Queries

£20.00

39

978-0-8117-0272-0

Halford on the Dry Fly

£12.95

29

£60.00

26

978-1-85310-967-6

Handling and Understanding the Horse

£17.99

53

£17.95

26

978-1-84037-146-8

Harris Hawk

£24.95

33

£29.95

26

£8.95

38

£19.95

40

978-1-57157-217-2

Fine European Gunmakers

978-0-8117-0326-0

Firearm Blueing and Browning

978-0-8117-2761-7

First Cast

£16.95

30

978-0-8117-0350-5

Hatcher’s Notebook

978-1-85310-151-9

Fishing and Thinking

£16.99

29

978-1-899163-32-8

Heading for the Top

978-0-8117-3001-3

Fishing Basics

£11.95

30

978-1-904057-67-3

Heaven Upon Earth

978-0-8117-0124-2

Fishing Small Flies

£19.95

30

978-1-84689-162-5 Help for Heroes

£12.99

5

978-0-9793460-0-2

Fishing Tandem Flies

£12.95

30

978-1-84689-143-4 Hero Dogs

£10.99

6

978-0-8117-3252-9

Fishy’s Favorites

£7.95

31

978-1-84689-076-5

£9.99

40

978-1-84689-006-2

Fit for Table

£16.95

12

978-0-9793460-8-8 High Rollers

978-0-8117-0747-3

Float-Fishing Strategies

£14.95

30

978-1-899163-98-4 History of Eton Fives

978-0-8117-0565-3 Fly-Casting Fundamentals

Hero Inside

£19.95

31

£25.00

38

£16.95

10

978-1-84689-074-1

Higgledy Piggledy

£14.99

39

978-0-8117-0509-7

Fly Casting Scandinavian Style

£27.95

27

978-1-571573-14-8

Holland & Holland ‘The Royal’ Gunmaker £60.00

25

978-0-8117-3460-8

Fly Fisherman’s Guide to Saltwater Prey

£16.95

31

978-0-8117-2195-0

Home Book of Smoke Cooking

978-0-8117-2439-5

Fly Fishing Basics

£12.95

31

978-0-8117-2259-9

Home Book of Taxidermy and Tanning

978-0-8117-0095-5

Fly-Fishing for Bonefish

£34.95

978-1-84689-054-3

Fly-Fishing for Pike

£25.00

978-0-8117-3220-8

Fly-Fishing Pressured Water

£35.00

31

978-1-872119-96-0

Horse and Rider Fitness

978-0-8117-2290-2

Fly-Fishing Small Streams

£14.95

31

978-1-872119-22-9

Horse From Nowhere

978-0-8117-0626-1

Fly-Fishing the Flats

£34.95

31

978-1-872119-39-7

Horse Lover’s Joke Book

978-0-8117-0653-7

Fly-Fishing the Saltwater Shoreline

£28.95

31

978-1-85310-950-8

Horse Owner’s Survival Guide

£14.99

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978-0-8117-0512-7

Fly-Fishing Tailwaters

£30.00

31

978-1-84037-128-4

Horses & Heroes

£30.00

60

978-0-8117-0628-5

Fly Rodding the Coast

£26.95

31

978-0-939481-50-7

Horses Behavin’ Badly

£18.95

53

978-0-8117-2807-2

Fly Rodding Estuaries

£17.95

31

978-1-872119-80-9

Horse’s Pain-Free Back & Saddle-Fit Book £24.95

58

978-0-8117-0375-8

Fly Tying with A. K.

£25.00

31

978-1-84689-083-3

House Lurcher

£19.95

18

978-0-8117-0101-3

Fly Waters Near & Far

£40.00

31

978-1-57157-218-9

House of Churchill

£65.00

25

978-1-904057-81-9

Fox Control

£14.95

39

978-1-899163-67-0

Houses of Britain

£14.95

40

£9.95

12

£14.95

23

31

978-1-905693-52-8 Homeopathy for Horses 2nd Edition £40.00

59

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978-1-905693-00-9

Hoof Problems

£30.00 58 £19.95

51

£3.95

61

£5.95

60

67


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How to be Asked Again

£20.00

14

978-1-905693-21-4

My Special Pony Record Book

£9.95

61

987-0-9584939-8-7

Hunting Blackbeards of Botswana

£47.00

36

978-0-8117-0517-2

Muzzle-Loading Cap Lock Rifle

£25.00

26

£6.99

38

978-0-9802626-9-8 Hunting Icons of Africa

£40.00

36

978-1-84689-114-4

Napoleon & I

0-9584188-7-x

Hunting Imperative

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0-9584590-1-0

Naturalist’s Life Study

978-1-899163-91-5

Hunting Lions and Shooting Salmon

£16.95

36

978-1-872119-47-2

978-1-899163-88-5

I am Given a Castle

£18.95

40

978-1-872119-18-2

Improve Your Horse’s Well-Being

£16.95

59

978-1-904057-26-0

In Full Cry

£25.00

57

978-1-84689-131-1 New Complete Guide to Ferrets

978-0-939481-60-6

In One Arena

£30.00

53

978-1-904057-60-4

Nichola Fletcher Ultimate Venison Cookery £20.00

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978-1-899163-59-5

In Vanity Fair

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40

978-1-872119-48-9

No Foot, No Horse

£18.95

58

978-0-9793460-7-1

Inconvenient Trout

£9.95

31

978-0-8117-3152-2

No Hatch to Match

£14.95

31

978-1-84689-062-8

Inside the Box

£18.99

38

978-1-84689-051-2

NOB’s Guide to Beating and Picking Up

£16.95

16 29

978-1-84689-111-3 Instinctive Shot

£40.00

36

Navicular Syndrome Explained

£12.95

58

978-1-84689-081-9

Nautical Odyssey

£35.00

39

978-1-899163-94-6

New Angles on Golf

£14.95

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£16.99

33

£20.00

8

978-0-8117-0351-2

Norris on Trout Fishing

£12.95

978-1-84689-098-7

Inverawe Seasons Cookbook

£14.99

13

978-1-905693-16-0

Novice Rider’s Companion

£16.95

52

978-1-84689-044-4

Inverawe Smoked Fish Cookbook

£14.99

13

978-1-84037-108-6

Nymph Fishing in Practice

£19.95

29 29

978-1-84689-091-8

Irish Rise

£25.00

27

978-0-8117-0169-3

Nymph Fishing Rivers & Streams

£29.95

978-1-899163-82-3

I Zingari

£25.00

40

978-0-8117-0472-4

Nymphs for Streams & Stillwaters

£40.00

32

978-0-939481-81-1

Journey

£16.95

53

978-1-899163-96-0 One Shot at Life

£18.50

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978-1-899163-62-5

JT Faber Book of Tennis and Rackets

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978-1-84689-087-1

Out for a Duck

£18.95

14

978-0-939481-56-9

Jumps Etc

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56

978-0-8117-2881-2

Paddling Basics Canoeing

£12.95

38

£12.95

38

£16.95

9

978-0-8117-2882-9

Paddling Basics Kayaking

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£16.95

57

978-1-872119-21-2

Painted Horse

978-1-84689-039-0

Keen Shot’s Miscellany

£16.95

21

978-0-8117-0396-3

Parker

£3.95

61

£19.95

26

978-0-8117-2871-3

Knots & Ropes for Climbers

£7.95

37

978-1-904057-57-4

Patterdale Terrier

£14.95

18

978-1-905693-05-4

Kottas on Dressage

£25.00

55

978-1-84689-042-0

Perfect Cast

£25.00

27

978-1-84689-049-9

Labradors

£18.95

16

978-1-57157-163-2

Perfect Shot

£50.00

36

978-1-84689-001-7

Lakeland Terrier

£16.95

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978-1-57157-319-3

Perfect Shot Mini Edition for Africa

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978-1-872119-55-7

Laminitis Explained

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58

978-0-8117-2219-3

Performance Rock Climbing

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37

978-0-8117-0579-0

Learning from the Water

£35.00

31

978-1-904057-06-2

Pet Ferret Handbook

£12.99

33

978-1-872082-86-8

Learn to Ride Using Sports Psychology

£16.95

53

978-1-904057-59-8

Pheasant Shooting

£19.95

23

978-1-872119-13-7

Less-Than-Perfect Horse

£14.95

53

978-1-905693-15-3

Photographing and “Videoing” Horses

£19.95 60

978-1-872082-96-7

Let’s Ride

£14.95

61

978-1-904057-51-2

Pigeon Shooter

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22

978-1-899163-86-1

London’s Oldest Rugby Clubs

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978-1-84689-043-7

Pike and Freshwater Predator Fishing

£25.00

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978-1-84689-058-1

Long Netting from Peg to Peg

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33

978-1-905693-34-4

Pilates for Equestrians

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51

978-1-85310-598-2

Loon

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14

978-0-939481-72-9

Pilates for the Dressage Rider

£19.95

54

978-1-872119-53-3

Lungeing and Long-Reining

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52

978-1-905693-31-3

Pilates for the Dressage Rider DVD

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54

978-1-85310-830-3

Lurcher

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19

978-0-8117-0821-0

Pistolsmithing

£22.95

26

978-1-84037-232-8

Mad Dogs and Englishmen

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15

978-1-84689-163-2 Pocket Fishing Record Book

£9.95

11

978-0-939481-53-8

Major Lindgren’s Teaching Exercises

£18.95

53

978-0-8117-0714-5

Pointing Dogs

£16.95

19

978-0-939481-78-1

Making Magic

£19.95

*

978-0-9553374-3-7

Pony Club Activity Book

978-0-8117-0469-4

Manhattan Firearms

£24.95

26

978-0-9548863-3-2

Pony Club Basic Guide to Building Fences

978-1-84689-045-1

Mastering the Craft of Smoking Food

£14.95

12

978-0-900226-51-9

Pony Club Breeding, Backing Young Horses

£5.99

49

978-0-8117-3361-8

Mastering Skeet

£14.95

23

978-0-9553374-5-1

Pony Club Building Showjumping Courses

£9.99

49

978-1-85310-822-8

Matching the Hatch

Pony Club Colour and Learn

978-0-8117-0797-8 Matching Hatches Made Easy

£16.99

28

978-0-9537167-8-4

£10.95

10

978-1-907279-15-7 Pony Club Design and Doodle

£3.99

50

£14.99

48

£3.99

50

£7.99

46

978-0-8117-0534-9

Mauser, Walther & Mannlicher Firearms

£29.95

26

978-0-9548863-4-9

Pony Club Games, Gags and Guesses

£4.99

50

978-0-8117-0127-3

Mayflies

£29.95

31

978-1-907279-07-2

Pony Club Guide to Pasture Management

£15.99

49

0-9802626-5-0

Men for All Seasons

£40.00

36

978-0-9537167-4-6

Pony Club Gymkhanas and Rally Games

£7.99

*

978-1-904057-94-9

Men of Steel

£30.00

38

978-1-907279-06-5

Pony Club Instructor’s Handbook

£9.99

48

978-1-899163-39-7

Mews Style

£20.00

40

978-0-9553374-9-9

Pony Club Junior Activity Book

£4.99

50

978-0-8117-0996-5

Midge Magic

£22.50

31

978-0-9561071-0-7

Pony Club Junior Road Rider

£4.99

49

978-1-84689-082-6

Misadventures of Mr Badshot

£14.99

14

978-0-9553374-2-0

Pony Club Keeping a Pony at Grass

£7.99

49

Pony Club Look... No Hands!

978-1-85310-368-1

Modern Falconer

£19.95

33

978-0-9561071-1-4

£14.99

48

978-1-872119-81-6

Modern Horse Herbal

£16.95

59

978-1 907279-13-3 Pony Club Manual Horsemanship 14th £16.99

47

978-1-934753-00-2

Modern Midges

£25.00

29

978-0-9541531-6-8

Pony Club Native Ponies Colouring Book

£3.99

50

978-0-8117-0726-8

Montana’s Best Fly Fishing

£22.95

31

978-1-907279-10-2

Pony Club Pocket Equine Dictionary

£5.99

48

978-1-84689-122-9 Moorland Management

£50.00

8

978-1-907279-16-4 Pony Club Pocket Guide Equest. Dress

£7.99

46

£12.95

29

978-0-9541531-3-7

Pony Club Posers and Puzzles

£4.99

50

978-0-8118-1022-0 Moving Water

£18.95

11

978-0-9553374-6-8

Pony Club Quiz Book No 1

£7.99

50

978-1-84689-094-9

£25.00

37

978-1-907279-09-6

Pony Club Quiz Book No 2

£7.99

50

978-0-8117-0437-3

68

Mottram on Fly-Fishing Mysteries Mountaineering Eighth Edition


TITLE INDEX £7.99

50

978-1-84689-011-6

Running Your Own Shoot

£19.95

23

978-1-907279-14-0 Pony Club So You Want To Buy A Pony £9.99

46

978-1-85310-888-4

Salmon, Trout & Charr of the World

£29.95

29

978-0-9561071-2-1

Pony Club Quiz Book No 3

978-0-9548863-0-1

Pony Club Stablemates 1 Vital Statistics

£9.99

49

978-1-872082-31-8

School Exercises for Flatwork & Jumping

£12.95

51

978-0-9553374-4-4

Pony Club Stablemates 2 Body Basics

£9.99

49

978-1-84037-092-8

Scotland’s Classic Wild Trout Waters

£24.95

28

978-1-907279-08-9

Pony Club Stablemates 3 Fit for the Bit

£18.95

11

£9.99

49

978-0-8117-0117-4 Seasons on the Flats

978-1-907279-12-6 Pony Club Stablemates 4 All Systems Go £9.99

47

978-1-904057-66-6

Sex in the Country

978-0-9548863-5-6

Pony Club Sticker Book 1

£3.99

50

978-1-84689-092-5

Shoot Lunch

978-0-9548863-6-3

Pony Club Sticker Book 2

£3.99

50

978-1-84689-146-5 Shooting A Season for Discovery

£30.00

3

978-0-9548863-7-0

Pony Club Sticker Book 3

£3.99

50

978-1-904057-31-4

Shooting for Beginners

£19.95

22 20

£19.95

15

£20.00

21

978-0-9548863-8-7

Pony Club To Be A Dressage Rider

£13.99

48

978-1-84689-028-4

Shooting Game Book

£50.00

978-0-9541531-5-1

Pony Club Trace, Copy and Colour

£3.99

50

978-1-904057-55-0

Shooting Man’s Creed

£25.00

23

978-0-9541531-4-4

Pony Club Tricky Tests and Teasers

£4.99

50

978-1-904057-30-7

Shooting Record Book

£9.95

20

978-0-9548863-2-5

Pony Club Young Person’s Guide Eventing £13.99

49

978-0-8117-0618-6

Shooting Sporting Clays

£20.00

20

978-0-9541531-9-9

Pony Club Young Person’s Guide Showjumping £14.99

48

978-1-84689-021-5

Shooting Top Tips

£19.95

15

978-0-9561071-4-5

Pony Club Wallchart: Areas of Ailments

£4.99

50

978-1-84689-113-7

Shooting Types The Second Barrel

£19.95

15

978-1-907279-02-7

Pony Club Wallchart: Clipping and Plaiting

£4.99

*

978-1-57157-165-6

Shotgun Encyclopedia

£25.00

26

978-1-907279-03-4

Pony Club Wallchart: First Aid

£4.99

50

978-0-948253-71-3

Shotgun

£19.95

23

978-0-9561071-9-0

Pony Club Wallchart: Grooming

£4.99

*

978-1-872082-75-2

Showing Hunter Ponies

£14.95

56

978-1-907279-04-1

Pony Club Wallchart: Lorinery – Bits

£4.99

*

978-1-872119-72-4

Showing Native Ponies

£14.95

56

978-1-907279-00-3

Pony Club Wallchart: Muscular System

£4.99

50

978-0-8117-0551-6

Sight Fishing for Trout

£20.00

32

978-0-9561071-5-2

Pony Club Wallchart: Native Ponies England £5.50

*

978-0-8117-3465-3

Sight-Fishing the Flats and Beyond

£16.95

32

978-0-9561071-3-8

Pony Club Wallchart: Points & Skeleton

£4.99

50

978-0-8117-0559-2

Single-Handed Spey Casting

£25.00

27

978-1-907279-01-0

Pony Club Wallchart: Points of the Pony

£5.50

*

978-0-8117-0358-1

Skues on Trout

£12.95

29

978-0-9561071-8-3

Pony Club Wallchart: Poisonous Plants

£5.50

*

978-1-904057-23-9

Small Shoot

£19.95

23

978-0-9561071-7-6

Pony Club Wallchart: Respiratory System

£4.99

50

978-1-904057-24-6

Small Stream Dry Fly

£12.95

29

978-0-9561071-6-9

Pony Club Wallchart: Tack

£4.99

*

978-1-904057-70-3

Smith’s Lawn

£40.00

60

978-1-905693-38-2

Pony Lover’s Joke Book

£6.99

61

978-0-8117-0116-7

Smoked-Foods Cookbook

978-0-8117-1247-7

Pop Fleyes

£29.95

32

978-0-9802626-3-6 Some Lions I Have Met

978-0-939481-36-1

Practical Dressage Manual

£16.95

978-1-84689-029-1

Practical Falconry

£25.00

978-1-84689-075-8

Practical Woodland Stalking

£25.00

£16.95

13

£35.00

36

53

978-0-9802626-4-3 Some Lions I Have Met Collector’s Edition £68.00

36

33

978-1-84689-061-1

Spaniels

£18.95

17

35

978-0-8117-0778-7

Spaniels and Retrievers

£16.95

19

978-1-872119-71-7

Principles of Riding

£18.95

51

978-0-948253-82-9

Specialist Gundog

978-1-899163-83-0

Pringle of Scotland

£25.00

40

978-0-8117-0268-3

Spey Casting

978-0-8117-2639-9

Problem Gun Dogs

£14.95

19

978-0-8117-3241-3

Speycaster’s Streamside Reference

978-1-904057-90-1

Professional Gundog Training

£19.95

16

978-1-84689-026-0

Sporting Century

£16.95

17

£30.00

27

£9.95

32

£25.00

22

978-1-872119-38-0

Progressive School Exercises

£12.95

51

978-1-84689-055-0

Sporting Rifle

£25.00

22

978-0-8117-3520-9

Quality Venison Cookbook

£18.95

13

978-1-904057-08-6

Sporting Shotgun

£20.00

23

978-1-904057-01-7

Rabbit Control

£14.95

39

978-1-905693-01-6

Sports Driving

£18.95

57

978-1-84689-007-9

Rare Malts

£30.00

40

978-1-872119-87-8

Sports Massage For Horses

£16.95

59

978-0-8117-3644-2

Reading Trout Water

£16.95

29

978-0-9793460-4-0 Spring Creek Strategies

£22.50

32

978-1-84689-112-0

Real Men Drink Port... and Ladies Do Too!

£16.95

39

978-1-899163-75-5

Squires of Heydon Hall

£16.95

40

978-1-872119-49-6

Real Life Dressage

£19.95

55

978-1-899163-72-4

St James’s Square

£18.50

40

978-1-872119-51-9

Real Riding

£16.95

52

978-1-905693-33-7

Stable Stereotypes

£7.99

14

978-1-84689-144-1 Rearing Game Birds & Gamekeeping £25.00

4

978-0-8117-0438-0

Stewart on the Wet Fly

£12.95

29

978-0-8117-0764-0

Redpoint

£24.99

37

978-1-904057-46-8

Story of Surgery

£25.00

40

978-1-872119-78-6

Respiratory Problems Explained

£12.95

58

978-1-899163-92-2

Story of the Wellcome Trust

£16.95

40

978-0-939481-65-1

Ride Smarter!

£18.95

53

978-0-8117-0042-9

Successful Shotgunning

£19.95

23

978-1-905693-04-7

Ride With Your Mind Clinic

£25.00

52

978-1-84689-093-2 Success with Chickens

£14.99

4

978-1-872119-52-6

Ride With Your Mind Essentials

£16.95

52

978-1-84689-148-9 Tales from a Stone Cottage

£14.99

6

978-0-948253-66-9

Riding Teacher

£16.95

53

978-1-84689-000-0 Tackling Carp with Chilly Chillcott

£19.95

29

978-0-8117-0182-2

Rise

£19.95

32

978-1-899163-85-4

Tea – A Journey in Time

£28.00

40

978-1-84037-138-3

Roe Deer Management and Stalking

£24.95

34

978-1-872119-43-4

Teaching Children to Ride

£12.95

51

978-1-85310-532-6

Roe Deer

£45.00

34

978-0-9802626-2-9 That’s Africa

£28.00

36

978-1-870948-81-4

Ronnie Wallace

£16.95

40

978-1-872119-89-2

Themed Lesson Plans

£12.95

51

978-1-84689-010-9

Rough Shooting

£19.95

22

978-0-8117-0273-7

Theodore Gordon on Trout

£12.95

29

978-0-9814424-1-9

RW Records of Big Game Volume I

£65.00

36

978-1-905693-09-2

Think Like a Pony: Foundation Book

£12.95

61

978-0-9814424-6

RW Records of Big Game Volume II

£65.00

36

978-1-905693-10-8

Think Like a Pony on the Ground: Step 1

£12.95

61

£120.00

36

978-1-905693-11-5

Think Like a Pony on the Ground: Step 2

£12.95

61

Rowland Ward Records of Big Game Volume 1 & II Set 0-9545596-0-6

Rowland Ward Taxidermist to the World

£40.00

36

978-1-905693-12-2

Think Like a Pony on the Ground: Step 3

£12.95

61

978-1-899163-06-9

Running Racing

£18.50

40

0-9584939-2-8

Thousand Trails Through Africa

£24.00

36

69


TITLE INDEX 978-0-8117-0171-6

Thunder Creek Flies

£22.95

32

978-1-84689-149-6 Total Recall

£16.95

9

978-0-901366-32-0

TPG1 Manes and Tails

£5.95

62

978-1-84037-308-0

Traditional Working Terrier

£14.95

18

978-1-872119-23-6

TPG2 Trimming and Clipping

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0673-5

Traditional Archery

£16.95

23

978-0-901366-33-7

TPG3 Boots and Bandages

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0143-3

Training a Young Pointer

£16.95

19

978-0-901366-43-6

TPG4 Fitting Tack

£5.95

62

978-1-84037-279-3

Training Retrievers

£16.99

19

978-1-872082-64-6

TPG5 Rugs and Rollers

£5.95

62

978-1-85310-419-0

Training Spaniels

£18.95

17

978-0-901366-25-2

TPG6 Colours and Markings

£5.95

62

978-1-872119-93-9

Training the Modern Show Jumper

£19.95

56

978-0-901366-76-4

TPG7 Making Your Own Jumps

£5.95

62

978-1-85310-238-7

Training the Pointer-Retriever Gundog

£18.95

17

978-1-872082-49-3

TPG8 Field Management

£5.95

62

978-1-84689-159-5

Training the Roughshooter’s Dog

£18.99

19

978-1-872082-69-1

TPG9 Beds and Bedding

£5.95

62

978-1-84689-060-4

Training the Working Retriever

£19.95

16

978-1-872082-53-0

TPG10 Feeds and Feeding

£5.95

62

978-1-84689-070-3

Training the Working Spaniel

£19.95

17

978-0-901366-09-2

TPG11 Preparing for a Show

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0259-1

Training your Pointing Dog

£16.95

19

978-1-872082-62-2

TPG12 First Aid

£5.95

62

978-1-872119-77-9

Trot On

978-1-872082-68-4

TPG13 Stables and Shelters

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-2942-0

Troubleshooting the Cast

978-1-872082-91-2

TPG14 Safety

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-1091-6 Trout Diaries

978-1-872082-09-7

TPG15 Mouths and Bits

£5.95

62

978-1-904057-02-4

Trout Fishers Handbook

978-1-872082-10-3

TPG16 Feet and Shoes

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-1601-7

978-1-872082-06-6

TPG17 Basic Coursebuilding

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0476-2

978-1-872082-07-3

TPG18 Jumping Cross-Country Fences

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0581-3

978-1-872082-22-6

TPG19 Conformation

£5.95

62

978-1-872082-23-3

TPG20 The Rider’s Aids

£5.95

978-1-872082-29-5

TPG21 Grooming

978-1-872082-30-1

TPG22 The Outdoor Pony

978-1-872082-35-6 978-1-872082-36-3

£30.00

57

£11.95

32

£16.95

11

£16.95

28

Trout Flies

£65.00

32

Trout Flies for Rivers

£30.00

32

Trout Lessons

£19.95

32

978-0-8117-3354-0

Trout Rigs & Methods

£14.95

32

62

978-1-904057-37-6

Trout Talk

£16.95

29

£5.95

62

978-0-948253-00-3 Twelfth & After

£16.95

23

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0523-3

Twenty Salmon Flies

£45.00

28

TPG23 Flatwork Exercises

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0048-1

Two Centuries of Soft Hackled Flies

£29.95

32

TPG24 Show Jumping

£5.95

62

978-1-934753-01-9

Tying Catskill-Style Dry Flies

£30.00

32

978-1-872082-43-1

TPG25 Solving Flatwork Problems

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0372-7

Tying Dry Flies

£19.95

32

978-1-872082-44-8

TPG26 Poles and Gridwork

£5.95

62

978-0-9793460-3-3

Tying Furled Flies

£16.95

32

978-1-872082-46-2

TPG27 Herbs for Horses

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0082-5

Tying Small Flies

£27.95

32

978-1-872082-47-9

TPG28 Starting to Drive

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-0331-4

Tying the Classic Salmon Fly

£45.00

32

978-1-872082-51-6

TPG29 Dressage Test Technique

£5.95

62

978-1-872119-99-1

Ultimate Horse Behaviour

£24.95

52

978-1-872082-60-8

TPG30 Mounted Games

£5.95

62

978-0-8117-1113-5 Venison Cookbook

£12.95

13

978-1-872082-61-5

TPG31 Solving Cross-Country Problems

£5.95

62

978-1-904057-21-5

Venison Cookery

£14.95

13

978-1-872082-65-3

TPG32 Improving the Rider’s Position

£5.95

62

978-1-872119-85-4

Veteran Horse Herbal

£14.95

59

978-1-872082-66-0

TPG33 Solving Show-Jumping Problems

£5.95

62

978-1-872119-75-5

What Horses Say

£18.95

59

978-1-872082-80-6

TPG34 Driving Questions Answered

£5.95

62

978-1-85310-362-9

Whitehead Encyclopedia of Deer

£95.00

34

978-1-872082-79-0

TPG35 Natural Remedies

£5.95

62

978-0-9802626-7-4

Wild Heart of Africa

£47.00

36

978-1-872082-82-0

TPG36 Lungeing

£5.95

63

978-0-9802626-8-1

Wild Heart of Africa Collectors’ Edition

£94.00

36

978-1-872082-84-4

TPG37 Driving Do’s and Don’ts

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-123-6 Will’s Pigeon Shooting

£19.95

9

978-1-872082-87-5

TPG38 Massage for Horses

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-036-9

£25.00

20

Will’s Shooting Ways

978-1-872082-95-0

TPG39 Schooling Principles

£5.95

63

978-0-8117-0566-0 Wingshooting

£19.95

23

978-1-872082-98-1

TPG40 Aromatherapy

£5.95

63

978-1-899163-77-9

Winners in Action

£25.00

40

978-1-872119-01-4

TPG41 Starting Endurance Riding

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-052-9

Woodcock Fieldcraft and Quarry

£25.00

21

978-1-872119-11-3

TPG42 Better Riding Through Exercise

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-109-0

Working Ferrets Second Edition

£14.99

33

978-1-872119-19-9

TPG43 Functional Anatomy

£5.95

63

978-1-84037-252-6

Working Labrador

£18.99

16

978-1-872119-24-3

TPG44 Homeopathy

£5.95

63

978-1-84037-060-7

Working Longdog

£14.99

19

978-1-872119-36-6

TPG45 Traditional Shiatsu for Horses

£5.95

63

978-1-904057-80-2

Working Lurcher

£19.95

19

978-1-872119-42-7

TPG46 Riding Western

£5.95

63

978-1-904057-40-6

Working Pointers and Setters

£19.95

19

978-1-872119-67-0

TPG47 Practical Horse Whispering

£5.95

63

978-1-904057-18-5

Working Springer Spaniel

978-1-872119-70-0

TPG48 Caring for Older Horses and Ponies

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-024-6

£20.00

17

Working Terriers

£16.95

18 18

978-1-872119-88-5

TPG49 Bombproofing Tips

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-067-3

Working Whippet

£20.00

978-1-872119-90-8

TPG50 Easy Handling

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-078-9

World of the Lurcher

£25.00

18

978-1-905693-02-3

TPG51 Riding the Problem Horse

£5.95

63

978-1-84689-084-0

World’s Greatest Shooting Stories

£19.95

20

978-1-905693-06-1

TPG52 Worms & Worming

£5.95

63

978-1-872119-26-7

Yoga for Equestrians

£18.95

53

978-1-905693-03-0

TPG53 Side-Saddle

£5.95

63

978-1-872119-98-4

Your Mare’s First Foal

£14.95

60

978-1-904057-36-9

Your Sick Dog

£16.95

19

978-1-905693-07-8

TPG54 Lameness

£5.95

63

978-1-905693-19-1

TPG55 Classical Riding

£5.95

63

TPG Pocket Spinner 978-0-8117-0043-6

To The Point

£29.95

19

978-1-899163-48-9

Today’s Young Cricketers

£11.95

38

£20.00

8

978-1-84689-110-6 Total Airguns Second Edition

70

• Books denoted by the colour burgundy are from our equestrian range • Books denoted in bold are from our new 2012 range • Books marked with an * are not shown in the catalogue, however full details can be found on our websites (country sports books www.countrybooksdirect.com and/or equestrian books www.kenilworthpress.co.uk)



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