SeeHorseEnterprises is proud to present The Horsekeepers Handbook, the comprehensive and complete organiser and records book designed to suit all equine disciplines, competitions and breeds.
Endorsed by Master Horseman, Ian Francis and highly successful Horsewoman & judge, Leanne Bartlett, it’s proving to be a sought-after publication, destined to become an annual ‘must have’ for any and every horse owner, exhibitor, breeder and trainer. This attractive, new publication offers organised sections to fill in all the essential equine information from a minimal to a large amount of equines with every facet of responsible horse ownership catered for.
You’ll love using the show planners, diary pages and club & show results sections and discover that this quality organiser is user-ready to fill in and easily manage all aspects of your equine information, events, stud records, training & lessons, health, maintenance and financial records and much more! It even has an equine phone index! Along with busy stud owners and trainers, you’ll appreciate the vehicle and float log books with the ability to record expenses & income and keep records of visiting horses. No more messy diaries! With everything in the one book, you’ll simplify your horse life & make book-keeping and tax-time a breeze!
Being well organised in your horse life not only makes for more responsible ownership, but leaves more time for the fun involved. Filling in the organiser is so easy and you’ll be keeping great memories while creating important records.
Destined to become an annual ‘must have’ The Horsekeepers Handbook was developed by HSAA & AQHA judge, western performance exhibitor and equine journalist, Lyn Hoffmann to encourage responsible equine record keeping, year after year, with a personal and treasured touch. Invaluable for future reference it’ll look great on the library shelf ensuring an enjoyable, lasting & practical purchase.
You’ll find that you’ll constantly refer to The Horsekeepers Handbook year after year, giving you access to a huge amount of data with your own personal touch. Once you begin using this annual publication you’ll want to continue throughout the years, in time building up a valuable and personal recording of life with your horses.