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From wild horses to domesticated, from thoroughbreds to ponies, this book covers the differences and similarities between members of the equine family. Colors and markings, including dopples, stripes, and Palominos, are identified with colorful photographs and illustrations. The legs, feet, eyes, teeth, and hair of horses are discussed at length with tips on how to care for each part of a horse’s body. Tips for riders and owners on the care and feeding of their horses provides a useful reference, as well as discussion on the tack and attire necessary for riders to be comfortable and safe atop a steed.