Storey's Guide to Training Horses, 2nd Edition (Storey's Guide to
Safely and successfully train your own horse. Stressing the importance of understanding equine behavior, Storey’s Guide to Training Horses provides a series of progressive exercises that can easily be adjusted to suit your horse’s personality. Whether you’re raising an animal for farm work, competition, or show, you’ll learn everything you need to develop a well-trained and happy horse.
- Brand: Brand: Storey Publishing, LLC
- ASIN: 1603425446
- ASIN: B074J3BHTL
Western Horse Behavior and Training: Understanding, Breaking, and Finishing Your
An expert shares his insights and applies them to the handling of young horses and their early training--from first bridling to turning on the rearhand--an essential reference for every Western-style rider.
- ASIN: 0385081812
Alexandra the Great: The Story of the Record-Breaking Filly Who Ruled the
When a little foal with a white upside-down exclamation point on her forehead was born one morning in Kentucky, the heart of America's horse racing region, problems mounted quickly. Rejected by her mother, the filly would need to be accepted and nursed by another mare. As she grew, the tall, knock-kneed girl remained skinny and scruffy, with paltry muscles. Considered an "ugly duckling," she was unsuitable as a champion racehorse, her owner proclaimed, and must be sold. But two days before the sale, an examination revealed a medical condition—now she was impossible to sell! What would become of this problem filly?Alexandra the Great tells one of the greatest underdog tales in American sports—the story of Rachel Alexandra, who grew up to become one of the most remarkable racehorses in history. Despite dominating every filly her age, her owner refused to let her compete against male horses. When a new owner saw her potential and raced her against bigger, stronger males, Rachel Alexandra thrived and went on to win the Preakness, the first filly to do so in 85 years, and the Woodward, a feat never before achieved by a filly. Having grown into a strong, muscular, dominating athlete, Rachel Alexandra was named 2009 Horse of the Year, broke records, graced the pages of Vogue magazin...
- ASIN: B01LYK8TYN
Breaking the Horse to Harness: A Step-by-Step
In this paperback edition of Sallie Walrond's classic work, step-by-step color photos guide the reader through the author's tried-and-tested training techniques. The author's lucid, easy-to-follow text provides all the necessary background information, including advice on lungeing, long-reining, fitting the harness, bitting, putting to, driving techniques, safety and road training, to enable an averagely competent horse owner to produce a horse who will go happily and willingly in harness whether the animal concerned is an unbroken two-year-old or an outgrown family pony. Sallie Walrond takes the mystery out of breaking a horse to harness; this reliable and popular book shows the way.
- Brand: JA Allen
- ASIN: 1908809248
Breaking and Training the Driving Horse: A Detailed and Comprehensive
The material for this book stems from the author's 30 years of experience with harness horses and from her notes developed in conjunction with the driving courses she has taught internationally.
- ASIN: 0879802723
How to Think Like A Horse: The Essential Handbook for Understanding Why Horses Do What They
In this fascinating best seller, Cherry Hill explores the way horses think and how it affects their behavior. Explaining why certain smells and sounds appeal to your horse’s sensibility and what sets off his sudden movements, Hill stresses how recognizing the thought processes behind your horse’s actions can help you communicate effectively and develop a trusting relationship based on mutual respect.
- Brand: Storey Publishing, LLC
- ASIN: 1580178359
- UPC: 037038178357
Horses Don't Fly: The Memoir of the Cowboy Who Became a World War I
From breaking wild horses in Colorado to fighting the Red Baron's squadrons in the skies over France, here in his own words is the true story of a forgotten American hero: the cowboy who became our first ace and the first pilot to fly the American colors over enemy lines. Growing up on a ranch in Sterling, Colorado, Frederick Libby mastered the cowboy arts of roping, punching cattle, and taming horses. As a young man he exercised his skills in the mountains and on the ranges of Arizona and New Mexico as well as the Colorado prairie. When World War I broke out, he found himself in Calgary, Alberta, and joined the Canadian army. In France, he transferred to the Royal Flying Corps as an "observer," the gunner in a two-person biplane. Libby shot down an enemy plane on his first day in battle over the Somme, which was also the first day he flew in a plane or fired a machine gun. He went on to become a pilot. He fought against the legendary German aces Oswald Boelcke and Manfred von Richthofen, and became the first American to down five enemy planes. He won the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry in action. Libby's memoir of his cowboy days in the last years of the Old West evokes a real-life Cormac McCarthy novel. His description of World War I combines a rattling good ac...
- ASIN: B01DRX7UNQ
How to Start a Horse: Bridling to 1st
Unillustrated (no pictures), 115 pages This book provides simple and objective training for the unbroke horse, from 1st-time bridling and saddling to sacking out, bridle work from the ground, pre-mount work, and your (necessarily short) first ride. You'll learn proven methods, tips to keep you safer, and tricks to save time. - If you began your training in the round pen, this book outlines the next steps.- If you haven't round penned your horse, you can still begin with this book BUT round penning beforehand is highly recommended.Section I gets you into the saddle for a first ride. You start on the ground, you end in the saddle. Today's the perfect day to get started putting a proper foundation on your horse, a solid start that'll pay big dividends for the rest of his life.Section II offers additional related training helpful at this stage in your horse's training career. It includes a chapter designed to prep you the rider/trainer for all future rides, demonstrating how to use your reins for quicker, easier results with horses of all ages. A good 90% of the issues I see at a typical riding clinic could have been prevented if the rider knew a few simple rules about how to hold (and release!) those reins. Developing a good feel for when and how to pick up and drop them will make ...
- ASIN: 1478208740
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- ASIN: B07HXZN3FS
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