Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Misty Zebracorn by Russ Towne



Misty Zebracorn by Russ Towne is an adorable story about a special equine: part zebra, part unicorn!

She goes to the beach, but forgets to put on sunscreen so she turns red. A good lesson for kids! She makes new friends and soon she has her black and white stripes back.

This "magical mare" will surely delight youngsters.




Sunday, December 11, 2016

More Horse Books from 5m Publishing






Here are two more books from the Horse Riding & Management Series developed by 5m Publishing. Great resources for horse owners.

Horse Behaviour by Barbara Schoning (a German specialized veterinarian) covers how the horse's brain works, the difference between instinct and learned behavior, how a foal's is developed as well as the mentality of a herd. 

Natural Medicine for Horses by Cornelia Wittek (a natural remedy practitioner) explains how common herbs, flowers and fungi can be used to benefit a horse's health. Each item - in alphabetical order - describes the origin, the medicinal properties and how to use them. Such as, Oregano can be used in a warm poultice to soothe over-exertion.

The series can be found on Amazon.com


Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Meeting of the Mustangs



Meeting of the Mustangs by Cathy Kennedy is a Black Beauty tale of a Mustang colt who learns about life, both the good and the bad.

This heartwarming story is written for children so they understand the way a horse thinks and reacts, as well as the horse's interaction with man.

This well written book will be enjoyed by all horse lovers, although the ending is somewhat abrupt.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Foals and Young Horses; Horse Riding & Management Series




Foals and Young Horses is one of the Horse Riding & Management Series developed by 5m Publishing.

This is a lovely resource for someone interested in breeding and raising a foal. From pregnancy to foaling to ground training, this book is full of detailed photos and exercises to practice with the young horse to prepare it for its eventual purpose.

Since it was written by non-American authors, certain words may sound foreign. Such as "head collar" which we in the U.S. call a halter.