John Lyons' Bringing Up Baby: 20 Progressive Ground-work Exercises to Develop Your Young Horse Into a Reliable, Accepting Partner

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PRIMEDIA Equine Network, 2002 - Nature - 100 pages
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An outstanding manual for training weanlings and starting yearlings by “America's Most Trusted Horseman.” Every young horse will benefit from John Lyons' training methods because they lay a strong foundation for future under-saddle work in all disciplines.

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User Review  - mm2009 - Overstock.com

Excellent book by John Lyons. This book gives practical advice on how to work with a weanling. I have been raising horses for over 20 years and there are several different exercises that I have started to use. You can always learn and improve your training techniques. Read full review

Turn everyday owner into a trainer in 20 lessons

User Review  - luckywolflady - Walmart

WOW, is my first response to the excellent methods John lyons gives, MY baby responded EXACTLY as John says she would. I just kept presisting and not give up and worked on each lesson from the beginning about 2x per week . And she is responding very well, and this is my FIRST FOAL. Read full review

Contents

Come On Cue 49
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Safety Guidelines 6
Haltering 19
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About the author (2002)

John Lyons operates John Lyons Symposiums in Colorado; among his previous books is Lyons on Horses.

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