Gotta love the title of this one! This is a little pocket book that I devoured in a day (still a bit of an achievement when coming back from a head injury!)
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Now I didn’t believe being a horse addict was a problem until recently! Not one for me, but I am now seeing how it can affect others, such as family and friends 😉
What I also didn’t realise, is that there are noticeable types of horse addicts, and author Tina Bettison both aptly and amusingly describes them. Although I am a little concerned that I seem to most fit into the ‘male horse addict’ category based on identifiable features of each type of addict. I was definitely at first a pony mad child!
This book is a great little resource for the horse obsessed, or someone having to live with one. It’d double greatly as a Christmas present!
“The horse addict’s home is spotless in the competition season, but only because she actually lives in a horsebox.” – Tina Bettison
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