HorseSense Equine Record Book – Printable

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Printable templates for creating your own equine record book. Also an invaluable tool for teaching students about veterinary, farrier, dental, chiropractic and bodywork schedules, as well as recordkeeping for horse ID, conditioning, training, and showing – see tips for teaching it in the Green Level Teaching Guide – Horsey Health Care.

Includes these sections:

  • Horse ID
  • Contact Info
  • Turnout and Daily Care Routines
  • Measurements for Tack and Equipment
  • Feeding Schedules
  • Year-at-a-Glance Health Care Schedule
  • Hoof Care
  • Vet and Health Care
  • Parasite Control
  • Dental Care
  • Chiropractic/Bodywork
  • Conditioning and Fitness
  • Training and Showing

Individual blank pages can be reprinted as needed to maintain an ongoing health care and training history for a horse.

PRO TIP: You could also print a page, fill in the information, and upload a photo of the completed page to your mobile device.

  • PRINT DESIGN
  • PAGE COUNT
  • FILE SIZE
  • PRINTING TIPS

This PDF file is formatted for full color desktop printing on standard 8.5 x 11” copy paper.

29 printed pages
Download file = 1.05 MB

Designed for print but you could also upload screenshots of completed pages to your mobile device.

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