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by John Lyons,Eleanor Kellon

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Author:
John Lyons,Eleanor Kellon
ISBN13:
978-1879620599
ISBN:
1879620596
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Publisher:
Belvoir Publications; 1st edition (August 1999)
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Pets & Animal Care
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1762 kb
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John Lyons joins Dr. Eleanor Kellon in this book to give you expert advice about feeds and the best feeding practices to keep your horse healthy and feeling at his best.

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Horse Training with John Lyons - Pull Back Part Johnny Lyons is a great trainer who has wonderful helpful vieos to help you with your horse. Warwick explains what criteria he uses to determine if a horse is ready to be tied up. We have hundreds of Full Length Training Videos filmed with real horse. Learning how to tie a horse requires skill and safety. Most people assume it's safe to tie their horses because they've never seen them pull back. Tying up a yearling for the first time

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John Lyons is an American horse trainer in the field of natural horsemanship. Lyons has been presenting training clinics and horsemanship symposia since 1980, has written several books on horses and horse training, and is the founder of John Lyons' Perfect Horse magazine. He lives and works out of Parachute, Colorado

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