Kwing about horse conformation, movement and soundness is important to any horse owner, whether you are selecting a horse, judging horses, or evaluating a horse's strengths, weaknessess, and ultimate potential. The USPC Guide to Conformation, Movement and Soundness clearly explains and illustrates good, functional conformation and movement, faulty movement, conformation defects, blemishes and unsoundnesses, their causes, and how they affect the horse. This guide will be helpful to Pony Club and 4-H members, instructors, horse owners, and anyone interested in learning about evalulating horses' conformation, soundness and way of moving.The Howell Equestrian Library
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 (Longeing and Ground Training and Bandaging Your Horse).