This antique volume contains a guide to the examining and judging of horses, with additional information on breaking, training, and caring for horses. It includes a comprehensive list of the various aspects of the horse that would be looked at during an examination, and provides information on what one can expect to find, and what the different findings denote. Written in clear language and profusely illustrated, this is a text that will be of much interest to all manner of equestrians, making it a worthy addition to collections of equine literature. The chapters of this book include: 'Age', 'The Teeth of the Horse', 'Names of the Teeth', 'The Diseases of Animals', 'Teeth of Horses and Cattle', 'Contrasts with Cattle', 'Colour of Horses', 'Style', 'Points in Horses', 'Unsoundness in Horses', 'Warranty', 'Examination of Horse in Stable', 'Examining out of Doors', etcetera. We are proudly republishing this book now complete with a new introduction on the care and maintenance of horses.