This lightweight pocket guide is the ideal introduction for novices to horses and horse care. It includes information on their daily physical needs (water, food, shelter, exercise and companionship) and also delves into communicating with and approaching horses, their body language, tack, common knots and health care concerns. Most importantly, it provides daily, weekly and monthly checklists on how to care for a horse and even includes tips on how to select the horse that is best for you. It is an indispensable portable reference for novices horse riders of all ages. Made in the USA.
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Horse Race Betting A Systematic Approach to Beating the Bookies Learn how to make money fro betting on horse races This is the book the betting industry don't want you to read Last year in the UK the British gambling public lost 12bn. That is over 500 per household. Only 2% of those punters who bet on horse racing ever make a regular profit If you are not one of those clever 2% of people who make money from horse race betting but would like to be then read this book now. Your bookmaker does not want you to do this because he is quite happy the way things are now, but are you? Is there a magic way to win on the horses? No there is not. There is no magic formula that will turn you overnight into a money-generating machine? Magic is for Harry Potter and his friends. Horse Race Betting- a systematic approach to beating the bookies is not full of fanciful notions or pie in the sky ideas but simply shows how you can approach horse race betting in a logical and turn it into a profitable past time. Robin "Birdie" Crow gives you the benefit of his years of experience of horse racing and betting to help you become one of the successful 2% It does not get any better than this In this book you will learn the 11 factors to consider when looking for a winner. You will get Birdies views on both commercial and self-created horse race systems, horse racing tipsters and be shown how to use the Internet to find the important information to help you find winners. and there is much, much more. No false promises or exaggerated claims simply the facts from a man with years of experience who has learnt from his own mistakes before adopting the systematic approach to betting. Mindset, money management, trusting your own judgment and visualization are just a few of the topics that are covered in this book. Becoming a successful punter is so much more than simply opening the paper at the racing page and trying to pick the winner. That is what the majority of the 98% do but having read this book you will know there is a better and more profitable way to go about it. About The Author Robin "Birdie" Crow no longer goes to very many race meetings, now in semi retirement and living in the North of England he is happy to sit at home watching the racing on TV and passing on his knowledge and experience to others. This is his second book having published Horse Race Betting- How to make it pay using the bookies money earlier this year. The longer you leave it before buying this book the more money will be going into your bookies pockets: Scroll up and buy now."
Hospital design speaks volumes about the beliefs and values of health care in general. For many years, hospital after hospital has been constructed in the interests of physicians, trustees, and administrators. Rarely has the patient been a top priority in facility design.<br> <br> Design That Cares is a groundbreaking book written for decision makers. Including general guidelines, drawings, and instructive examples, this work develops an essential perspective previously absent from health care design. Design That Cares contains a plethora of concrete architectural advice that will serve as an excellent place for executives to begin in rethinking present facility design in health care.
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