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What every horse should know, respect, patience, and partnership, no fear of people or things, no fear of restriction or restraint, Cherry Hill

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What every horse should know, respect, patience, and partnership, no fear of people or things, no fear of restriction or restraint, Cherry Hill
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
What every horse should know
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
535495597
Responsibility statement
Cherry Hill
Sub title
respect, patience, and partnership, no fear of people or things, no fear of restriction or restraint
Summary
Every horse should receive a basic education that prepares him to live safely and confidently in the company of humans, and it begins with easing common equine fears. Noted horsewoman Cherry Hill explains how to help a horse overcome wariness of human touch and restraint, develop trust in a rider or hander, and learn respect and patience. When a horse is no longer surprised or frightened by people, procedures, and things, he has mastered his ABCs and is ready to learn to work calmly and willingly with a human partner
Table Of Contents
Part one : No fear -- No fear of people -- No fear of restriction or restraint -- No fear of things -- No fear of restriction by people with things / Part two : Leadership and partnership -- Respect -- Attitude and attention -- Patience -- Yielding / Part three : The work -- Forward into contact -- Bending and flexing -- Steady and straight -- Lateral work -- Balance -- Putting it all together -- Goals
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