Think Like Your Horse: The Key to Successful Horse Training
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Pittrivera
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Rating: 5

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posted 5 years ago

I really helped me understand how my horse was thinking, feeling, and reacting to stimuli in the area that we were riding in at any given time. Helps you to figure out how to deal with the over reactions your horses give to you when they are young. Really liked it and it was very helpful!

Pros: Great way to help yourself deal with everyday problems of owning and riding a young horse.

Cons: It sometimes covers aspects of young horses that you would rather not know but need to in order to have a well trained horse of your own.

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Debby1124
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Rating: 4

Interesting

posted 5 years ago

This book takes an interesting stance on horse training. It is worth reading.

Pros: Smart

Cons: none

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