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How to Think Like A Horse: Essential Insights for Understanding Equine Behavior and Building an Effective Partnership with Your Horse

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6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

I Loved How To Think Like A Horse

Cherry Hill always has great books that are both interesting and informational. I have several in my home library and this may be the most useful one that I own. The horse is so much more complicated than people realize and if you are able to understand what your hors...
Cherry Hill always has great books that are both interesting and informational. I have several in my home library and this may be the most useful one that I own. The horse is so much more complicated than people realize and if you are able to understand what your horse is thinking then you will be able to be more successful in anything and everything you do with your horses. The book has been an excellent source of information for training my own colts and understanding what they are thinking when you are trying to get them to respond to what you are asking them to do. Cherry Hill is a great trainer and writer. She has a great way of explaining training procedures and offers excellent information on how to make training easier on both the trainer and the horse. Your horse will thank you for reading this book!

posted by Anonymous on December 23, 2006

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

How to think like SOME horses

This book addresses a lot of common issues dealing with horses, but I do not agree with all the explanations and reasons given. It's a good place to start looking for answers about equine behavioral issues, but it is definitely not accurate all the time..

posted by 10377588 on January 22, 2012

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