Bombproof Your Horse: Teach Your Horse to Be Confident, Obedient, and Safe No Matter What You Encounter

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Trafalgar Square Pub., Jan 1, 2004 - Pets - 182 pages
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Every horse, from the pampered show-hunter to the family pet, is faced at one time or another with an object or situation that is overwhelmingly terrifying, or just downright confusing. With his systematic approach to "bombproofing," Sergeant Rick Pelicano of the Maryland National Capitol Park Police shares his methods on how to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to training your horse to deal with such situations. His vividly illustrated manual shows you how to accustom your horse to a variety of circumstances, noises, and objects, thereby turning him into a more pleasurable, submissive, confident, and ultimately safer mount.

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After reading this book I couldnt wait to share it with my horse and rider association so that we could work on making our horse safer for parades and show that we do. Read full review

Contents

Bombproofing Day 102
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The Evaluation Quiz for Horse and Rider
7
Basic Training Exercises
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Sgt. Rick Pelicano is accredited by the American Riding Instructor Certification Program; in 1995, he was named Instructor of the Year. He lives in Frederick, Maryland.

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