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        03-07-2012, 03:17 AM
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    Can you contribute to a book about owning and caring for a horse

    Would you like to contribute to our book looking at solutions to problems associated with owning and caring for a horse?
    Ideally Iím looking for practical advice on how to overcome a particular problem horse owners might experience. This can include training, discipline, health issues, stables, feeding etc. Iím sure you can add to this list. The problems can be of any type, size and significance. Your contribution can be used without revealing names and places etc as long as the problem (and its solution) is clear. The book is supported by advertising so, if youíre a business, as well as being credited as a contributor, we will be able to offer you a half page ad as a way of saying thanks. If youíre not a business we can list you as having contributed to the book. The book will be sold on Amazon, iBooks and through the publishers website. If you would like to contribute to this book please email me at: editorial@thesussexnewspaper.com
         

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