Thinking with Horses

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Trafalgar Square Pub., 1977 - Pets - 199 pages
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Stimulating and practical, this book by the original horse whisperer can help anyone achieve real communication with their horse, improving their horsemanship by using the horse's natural instincts to do what the rider asks. Studies of both horse and rider inform this essential guide that shows how to best motivate a horse and offers a wealth of practical advice on training and overcoming common problems. It teaches how to understand a horse's physical and emotional needs to promote harmonious communication between rider and equine.

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Contents

Early Guesses About Horse Psychology
7
We Learn To Communicate With Horses
24
First Lessons in Horse Behaviour
42
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About the author (1977)

Henry Blake is the author of "Horse Sense: How to Develop Your Horse's Intelligence" and "Talking with Horses," an international bestseller. He was an expert who spent more than 40 years working with horses and ran a riding holiday center in Wales.

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