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A CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF HORSE RIDING AND ITS MANAGEMENT IN A PERI-URBAN SETTING

By Eloise Abbott, David Newsome and Sarah Palmer
A CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF HORSE RIDING AND ITS MANAGEMENT IN A PERI-URBAN SETTING
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Few studies have investigated the effectiveness of management, and the applicability of assessment techniques in bridle trail systems. This is an important consideration in the success of a management scheme and central to deciding if horse riding in conservation areas is a sustainable activity.
Few studies have investigated the effectiveness of management, and the applicability of assessment techniques in bridle trail systems. This is an important consideration in the success of a management scheme and central to deciding if horse riding in conservation areas is a sustainable activity. Reduce

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