Breaking Your Horse's Bad Habits
This book provides insight into why horses act the way they do, how they learn and form bad habits, and what causes their neurotic response. Includes a special chapter on preventing bad habits in foals. With specific suggestions and practical guidelines, the author stresses understanding the causes of problems as the first key to corrective action.
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Why Horses Act the Way They Do
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afraid Albert Ellis animal approach bad habits balker barn basic begin behavior Bob McKnight breaking bridle bucking cause colt confidence cribbing curb chain danger deal discomfort ears easy Edwin Kantar escape experience fear feel feet fence foot Fred Reinfeld 2.00 frightened front gait girth grooming hackamore halter hand handle handler harness head Helen Gurley Brown hind hold horse's mouth HYPNOSIS insecurity instinct jump keep kick kind lead shank legs lesson load mare Maxwell Maltz Melvin Powers natural neck nose noseband prevent probably PSYCHO-CYBERNETICS pull punishment ramp reaction rear reason refusing reins response result retraining reward ride rider ring rope running martingale saddle SELF-HYPNOSIS shank side side reins signal situation snaffle SPANISH RIDING SCHOOL stall stand started stop strap stress Sydney Omarr teach teeth things trainer trot turn twitch usually walk whip