Lisa Wysocky’s Newest Book, Essential Horse Conformation, Now Available

Lisa Wysocky's sixteenth book, Essential Horse Conformation: 51 Checkpoints Before You Buy, is now available. Published December 24, 2018, just in time for the holidays, the book covers fifty-one conformation points that are essential to understand before buying or leasing a horse. The book is also applicable to those who already have horses, and who want to re-assess a horse's physical ability as he or she ages.

"In my travels and in my clinics I run across so many people who are disappointed in their horse choices," said Wysocky. "I wanted to write a go-to book that horse lovers of all ages, abilities, and experiences could use and learn from. This book walks readers through the nose-to-tail process of choosing the best horse(s) for their needs, and sets readers and their horses up for a high ratio of success."

Essential Horse Conformation is published by Fura Books and retails for $12.95. ISBN-13: 978-1890224-01-1, 5.5 x 8.5, trade paperback, 124 pages, 44 b/w photos.

Complimentary review copies are available to members of the equine media.

Lisa Wysocky is an award-winning author, equine clinician, and motivational speaker who trains horses for and consults with therapeutic riding programs. She is also a PATH instructor and was chosen as one of the country’s Top 50 riding instructors by the American Riding Instructor’s Association. She is the co-founder and executive director of Colby’s Army, an award-winning therapeutic riding program in Ashland City, Tennessee. Lisa is also the author of the Cat Enrght equestrian mystery series, which has been optioned for film and television. She splits her time between Tennessee and Minnesota.

For hi-res author or cover images, interviews, or complimentary review copies, please email your request to Lee Allen at lisainfo@comcast.net

Learn more at: LisaWysocky.com

https://www.amazon.com/Lisa-Wysocky/e/B001JPADPC

Contact: Lee Allen, publicist, lisainfo@comcast.net

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