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Two New Books from Cherry Hill
HORSE FOR SALE and 101 ARENA EXERCISES
For Release 8:37 AM MDT, July 21, 1995
Northern Colorado resident, Cherry Hill, announces the release of her 7th and 8th equine books. Horse for Sale, How to Buy a Horse or Sell the One You Have is a July 1995 release from Macmillan's Howell Book House.
The prospective buyer will learn how to evaluate a horse's temperament, behavior, training, and health. Readers receive detailed information on the pre-purchase veterinary exam as well as on warranties and other legalities.
Sellers will find creative marketing strategies including tips on taking good promotional photographs and producing videos to showcase a horse's star qualities.
Buyers and sellers will find options to the customary buying/selling process such as adoption, donation, leasing and more. Enhanced with sample agreements, enlightening sidebars, useful checklists and more than a hundred photographs and drawings, Horse for Sale equips both buyers and sellers with valuable information for carrying out smart, successful business deals.
$29.95 hardcover. 210 pages.
Riders and horses alike appreciate learning new riding exercises to vary practice routines and develop proficiency. Cherry Hill has developed a one-of-a-kind workbook that sets the standard for exercise guides. 101 Arena Exercises, A Ringside Guide for Horse and Rider is specially bound and presented in a "read-and-ride" format that allows it to be hung at ringside like a calendar.
Full of classic exercises as well as Cherry Hill's own maneuvers and patterns for both English and Western riding, 101 Arena Exercises is an invaluable aid for trainers, instructors, and riders of all skill levels. Each exercise is covered in a two-page spread that contains an arena map, a useful drawing, step-by-step riding instructions, notes, benefits, cautions, and variations. With over 200 illustrations and clearly-marked lists, this is truly a "rider friendly" book.
From Storey Publishing in August 1995. $29.95 spiral bound 8½ x 11, 210 pages.
Cherry Hill is one of North America's most successful equine authors with eight books in print, two more to be released by year's end and two books in the works. An award-winning author of over 600 articles in national horse publications, Cherry Hill is also a horse trainer and horse show judge.
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