An Introduction to the Tellington-Jones Equine Awareness Method: The T.E.A.M. Approach to Problem-free Training

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Breakthrough Publications, 1988 - Pets - 180 pages
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An equine best-seller in Europe, this amazing book has been revised with new material added, for the American market. The Linda Tellington-Jones method of training horses has created a worldwide sensation. This method develops the horse's mental alertness through nonhabitual manipulating of the horse's body -- The Tellington Touch. Throughout the U.S. and on six continents, Linda Tellington-Jones, herself an equestrian world record holder, has created champions in an astonishing variety of disciplines, including Western and English pleasure, hunting, jumping, dressage, endurance riding, driving, steeplechasing, even side saddle.

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This revised English-language translation of a work originally published in German describes the horse training methods developed by the authors at the Equine Test Center in Reken, West Germany ... Read full review

Contents

The Clues
15
Ground Exercises
49
Six Case Studies Work in Hand and Under Saddle
111
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About the author (1988)

Linda Tellington-Jones is an internationally recognized animal behaviorist and equine expert. She has authored six books and produced numerous video programs.

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