Unlock Your Horse's Talent in 20 Minutes a Day (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Antal sidor
3 Revised edition
David & Charles
Sharples, Johanna
200 colour photos
200 colour photos
260 x 192 x 12 mm
558 g
Unlock Your Horse's Talent in 20 Minutes a Day (häftad)

Unlock Your Horse's Talent in 20 Minutes a Day

A 3-Step Training Program for Every Horse

Häftad Engelska, 2007-03-01
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Richard Maxwell follows up his successful Understanding Your Horse and From Birth to Backing titles by developing here a structured three stage training approach which can take as little as 20 minutes a day. This practical approach will help you to find the best in your horse, improving your relationship with him on the ground and in the saddle. The expert authors explain how anyone can learn to 'speak' equine body language so that owners can really 'talk' to their horses. Finally they concentrate on how to continue a greater level of communication from the saddle, in order to improve your riding and the way your horse responds.
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Richard Maxwell has spent a lifetime studying equine behaviour, and after ten years in the Household Cavalry went to California to train with Monty Roberts. He is well known for his success with problem horses, using the horse's own psychology and natural instincts to restore trust and mutual respect between horse and handler: He has also written Understanding Your Horse and From Birth to Backing (co-written with Johanna Sharples as well), both published by David & Charles. He lives in Essex. Johanna Sharples has written for Britain's best-selling equestrian magazine Your Horse. Having written regular features on Richard Maxwell, and sent her own problem horse to him, Jo is well acquainted with his work and its amazing effects. She lives in Peterborough.


Introduction; Part 1: Basic Groundwork; The principles of training; Communication; Part 2: Ground Training from a Distance; Why ground train?; Developing self-carriage; Building up the distance; Long lining versus lungeing; Part 3: Making the Connection to Ridden Work; Before you start; 'Aiding' your horse; Refining the aids; Effective schooling; Developing feel; Problem Horses: Can't or Won't; Common Problems and Solutions; Useful Addresses; Index.