Endurance Start to Finish Marcy Pavord. Out of Print.
Endurance Horse Riding 20 miles to 100 miles a day: All the advice you need to make your event a success. Super U.K. book. Practical advice with great tips. ......(click on image for full details)
Endurance Horse Riding 20 miles to 100 miles a day: All the advice you need to make your event a success. Super U.K. book. Practical advice with great tips.
TheHorseStudio.com review: A subject close to my heart this book brings accurate info for the trainer especially on nutrition aspects and fitness training. Lovely color plate photos throughout and in depth text that goes all the way to the 100 and starts out on the most basic level. Something for everyone here: vet jogs, heat exhaustion, tackling qualifiers, game plans, finish line tactics. Recommended.
Author info: Well known as an endurance horse breeder, trainer and competitor, Marcy Pavord is a regular journalist to boot for the Horse and Hound and Horse and Rider magazines, as well as member FEI international candidate judge panel. She has been a BHS Committee member for the Endurance Group and is married to an international level endurance vet, Tony Pavord.
Hardcover 255 pp.
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