The USPC Guide to Bandaging Your Horse provides the kind of information all riders and horse owners need about leg care, bandaging, and keeping your horse's legs sound. It explains the many kinds of bandages and bandage materials, their purposes, and when to use them. Detailed drawings and step-by-step instructions teach you how to apply bandages for shipping, stable, exercise, and various treatment bandages safely and correctly. It also provides tips on the best types of bandage materials to use and making your own leg pads. This guide will be helpful to Pony Clubbers and other horse owners and riders as well as instructors, trainers, and grooms who are interested in learning or teaching their students about bandaging and taking care of their horses' legs.
About the Author SUSAN E. HARRIS is a riding instructor, clinician, author, and artist from Cortland, New York. She has taught all seats and styles of riding, and travels nationwide and internationally to give clinics in Centered Riding and horse movement. Howell Book House publishes her classic Grooming to Win; Horse Gaits, Balance and Movement; the three USPC Manuals of Horsemanship (Basics for Beginners/D Level; Intermediate Horsemanship/C Level; and Advanced Horsemanship/B,HA, A Levels); and two other USPC Guides (Conformation, Movement and Soundness and Bandaging Your Horse).