Horses And Humans

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Throughout the pages, the author explains what draws humans to horses is the representation of beauty and freedom. Most of this compatibility comes from the horse's flexibility in joining with humans as partners. This material prompts the human to evaluate the reasons why he has chosen the horses as companions or athletic partners or why he has chosen to breed them."This book is written with the hope that the knowledge I have acquired these many years will be helpful to create new lines of communication with our ...

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Horses and Humans: The Real Connection

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Overview

Throughout the pages, the author explains what draws humans to horses is the representation of beauty and freedom. Most of this compatibility comes from the horse's flexibility in joining with humans as partners. This material prompts the human to evaluate the reasons why he has chosen the horses as companions or athletic partners or why he has chosen to breed them."This book is written with the hope that the knowledge I have acquired these many years will be helpful to create new lines of communication with our partners, the horse" she shares. With more than ten eye-opening chapters, Horses And Humans - The Real Connection is not a training manual, but moreover to open the lines communication". The book discusses choosing a horse that is right for each individual, according to that person's personality and that of the horse they choose, the horse and its psyche, humans and their psyche, trainers and instructors, diagnostics and therapies, including homeopathic, holistic and conventional treatments, the art of lunging, classic principles of all riding techniques, equipment, and more.

This book is written for the inexperienced, amateur, and professional riders as well. The author finds many proposed "trainers" are lacking in the fundamentals of understanding people and horses; particularly the psychological and physical connections that need to be established and understood.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781462854554
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 8/15/2011
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.75 (d)

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