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In this outstanding guide to anticipating and managing horse behavioral and training issues, “America’s Most Trusted Horseman”renowned trainer and clinician John Lyonsteaches readers how to “troubleshoot” common problems such as spooking, running away, rearing, kicking, head-shyness, balking at water, refusing to load, and more. Lyons explains why horses are prone to certain reactions and then demonstrates how his methods can help prevent a minor miscommunication between horse and rider from escalating into a frustratingand often dangerousbattle of wills. Each piece of the training process is accompanied by a clear, explanatory photo, and step by pictorial step, readers will find themselves closer to better, more understanding relationships with their horses.
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About the Author
When not on the road conducting clinics, demonstrations, and symposiums, John Lyons resides at his Cowboy Up Ranch in Parachute, Colorado. His previous books are John Lyons' Bringing Up Baby and Lyons on Horses.
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This book is full of solutions to problems most of us have experienced with our horses. There are 34 chapters, each addressing a different issue. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to have a better relationship with their horse.