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Title What Every Horse Should Know
Author Cherry Hill
Publisher Storey Publishing
Release 2011-04-08
Category Pets
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1603427546
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Train your horse to embrace a life around humans. Focusing on developing the skills vital for every domesticated horse, this guide stresses the importance of creating an atmosphere where both trainer and horse can overcome fear and cultivate mutual respect. With a series of tests to gauge your horse’s knowledge and training exercises to enrich and strengthen your horse’s comfort around people, you can increase attentiveness, boost confidence, and help your horse reach his full potential.

Title Beginners Tips for Horse Training What Every Horse Trainer Should Know
Author Stacey Chillemi
Publisher Lulu Publications
Release 2015-06-13
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 91
ISBN 1105629597
Language English, Spanish, and French
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BEGINNERS TIPS FOR HORSE TRAINING - This is all you need to know about horseback riding BEFORE you take lessons!Voyage through the horses mind as this book will explore all the important factors that make horse training successful. These horse-training tips will bring amazing results. This book offers great tips — fun for both the horse and the person training the horse. This book presents simple training methods that draw from the insights and information presented throughout the book.

What I d Teach Your Horse by Keith Hosman

Title What I d Teach Your Horse
Author Keith Hosman
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2014-03-29
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 218
ISBN 9781497496811
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Question: "I just bought a horse. What do I do now?" Answer: "Buy my book, 'What I'd Teach Your Horse.'" If I had a dollar for every email I get asking "what to do" to make a riding horse out of the mare Uncle Emo just traded for the old RV - or how to retrain a horse that's grown rusty - or some version on either theme, I'd be the world's first gazillionaire. With the publication of this book then, I'm hoping to grab that distinction. If you broke your horse to saddle and rode it for the first time yesterday, this book (chapter 1) is where you'd start tomorrow. If you have an older horse and you've taught him everything you know and he still don't know nothin', this book is where you'd start, (chapter 2). It's a roadmap to building the foundation every horse needs, regardless of age, breed or background, regardless of what you've got ultimately planned for that horse. Afterwards, when your horse knows this book back to front, go train for barrels, roping, eventing, jumping or dressage. But today, basics are basics. Section I is the stuff your horse needs to know. Section II is the stuff (the theory) you need to know. Practice the first handful of chapters in order, as written. Beyond that, you should feel free to mix and match depending on your needs or abilities. Some chapters are dependent upon others - but in those cases, I've spelled out necessary prerequisites. Contents: SECTION I BASICALLY TRAINING YOUR HORSE - Legs Mean Move (Step 1 if This Is "Day 2" for Your Young Horse) - Hip Control, Part I - Hip Control, Part II - Classic Serpentine - Train Your Horse to Travel Straight - Clockwork: How to Teach Anything to Your Horse - Shoulder Control - The Reverse Arc Circle - How to Fix Leaning Shoulders - Serpentine: Indirect to Direct - Speed Control - Slow Down, Part I: Move the Hip - Slow Down, Part II: Wherein We Train the Brain - Balky Horses: Comatose One Minute, Hot to Trot the Next - Crossing Creeks and Scary Stuff - Teach Your Horse to Lower Its Head While Standing - Better Back Ups - Simple Steps to Power Steering - Diagonal Movement ("Leg Yields Without the Legs") - Softening - Getting Leads - A Fix for Cross-Firing (aka "Cross-Cantering") - Hips-in (aka "Haunches-in" or "Travers") - Neck Reining How-To SECTION II TEACHING YOU, THE THEORY BEHIND THE PRACTICE - The First Thing I Do Here's the first thing you should do with your horse today. - Each Time You Mount Up, Do This Here's a small thing you can do to keep your horse's attitude in check. - How to Pick Up Your Reins Like a Pro How to pick up, handle, and release your reins - Training Magic: Release on the Thought Two days from now your friends at the barn will be blown away by the overnight improvements you've made. - What You're Feeling For A trained horse will read your body language and act. - Learning When things are going awry, it's often because something small hasn't been taught. - Reins Tell Direction, Legs Tell Speed Maybe you're burning out your cues, using them as both a “heads-up” and motivator. - Talking Horse Tell your horse exactly what you were looking for when you're riding. - See Yourself Leading When Riding One simple change you can make for big changes immediately. - Perfect the First Time Here's how to soften your horse quickly. - Six Easy Ways to Improve Your Training Here are 6 training tips to simplify your training and make big changes fast. - Rider Checklists Here are 3 "Rider Checklists." Together, they'll keep you safer—and accelerate your training. - Diagnosing Problems Which cues is your horse ignoring? Second Edition

Title Intermediate English Exercises
Author Cherry Hill
Publisher Storey Publishing
Release 1998-01-01
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 32
ISBN 1580170420
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Each easy-to-use "read and ride" workbook includes complete, illustrated directions, an arena map, a list of exercise benefits, necessary precautions, and a "Test Your Skills" section.

Title 101 Horsemanship and Equitation Patterns
Author Cherry Hill
Publisher Storey Publishing
Release 1999-01-01
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1580171591
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This sequel to Cherry Hill's top-seller 101 Arena Exercises presents step-by-step instructions for unique patterns in the most popular classes of English and Western competition. The book's comb-bound format allows it to hang in the barn or lay flat on a barrel for easy reference. Full-page arena maps for every pattern make this the perfect in-the-saddle workbook for riders of all abilities.

Title Beginning Western Exercises
Author Cherry Hill
Publisher Storey Publishing
Release 1998-01-05
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 32
ISBN 1603428216
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With this pocket-sized guide in hand, you'll find it easy to develop your Western riding skills. Cherry Hill's exercises will help you achieve rider balance, find a steady rhythm, establish energetic forward movement, maintain left to right balance, learn the gaits, learn transitions, and begin bending work.

How to Think Like a Horse by Cherry Hill

Title How to Think Like a Horse
Author Cherry Hill
Publisher Storey Publishing
Release 2006
Category Pets
Total Pages 181
ISBN 9781580178365
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ask someone who works with horses how best to communicate with a balky colt and she will tell you that horses do not respond to human cajoling. To be successful the human must understand and work with, not against, thehorse’s instincts, needs, and fears. When a trainerresorts to human teaching methods — reasoning,begging, bribing, even hugging and kissing — thehorse will become confused and unable to respond appropriately. But if horses are treated respectfully with methods they understand, everyone involved — animal and human — will be happier, safer, and more productive. Horse trainer and instructor Cherry Hill believes that every human/horse relationship benefits from a greater human understanding of what motivates horses, how they experience the world, what makes them happy, and what worries them. Journey through the equine mind with Hill as she explores all that makes a horse tick. How do his basic needs dictate his behavior and mood? What touches and tastes appeal to his senses? How does his “flight or fight” instinct dictate his response to sudden movements? Hill offers interactive experiments — fun for both horse and human — that bear out her findings on horse behavior. And her final chapter presents simple training methods that draw from the insights and information presented throughout the book.

Trailer Training Horses by Keith Hosman

Title Trailer Training Horses
Author Keith Hosman
Publisher Createspace Independent Pub
Release 2012-07-20
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 68
ISBN 9781478276074
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Begging your horse to enter the trailer is frustrating at best. Forcing your horse into the trailer is dangerous. And, unfortunately, you can't just leave the little bugger there at the fairgrounds, so you're stuck. Who needs the aggravation? The next time you're running late for a show and the kids are driving you nuts and you need to get your horse boxed up and you're running really late... wouldn't you love to have a pro horse trainer appear and show you what to do? Well, the bad news is, I'll be twenty states away that day. The good news is... you can bring my book! Trailer training is actually very easy - it's just a matter of knowing what steps to take, how long to do each, and what to emphasize. To that end, I've compiled a simple set of instructions, a guidebook to getting your horse loading smoothly using the proven methods of John Lyons. Train your horse to: - Load immediately and willingly - Unload easily and in a controlled manner - Lead politely You'll find the book broken down into five "Days" or segments: - Day 1: Easy trailer loading begins by solidifying great ground manners - Day 2: Refine your control over specific body parts, gaining respect along the way, setting yourself up for success - Day 3: Two different ways to get your horse into the trailer - Day 4: Exercises for "hard-luck" cases, training tips for everybody - Day 5: Do's, Don'ts and What-To-Do-Ifs, plus notes on tying, horses that won't unload, horses who "thrash" and more And... learn to use a round pen to teach your horse to actually look for open trailers! You point, and your horse runs over and hops in! I call them "days" but you should take this work at your own speed. Each chapter gives you a plan, a goal, theory and homework. Some segments, or "days," will be easier than others. And, while you can breeze through everything in hours, you might want to split it up over days or weeks. It's completely up to you. Whatcha waiting for? Don't wait till the morning you're leaving to find out if your horse loads!

Title Horse Training Guide for Riders a Guide to Handle and Manage a Horse
Author Mario Wilson
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2014-07-14
Category Pets
Total Pages 38
ISBN 9781500518035
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Horse Training Guide for Riders: A Guide to Handle and Manage a Horse” is a book that helps the budding horse enthusiast to learn the basics before they even step out and take their first lesson. Horses have different personalities just like we do and it is important to learn how to determine what type of personality a horse has in order to know how to handle the horse. The basic techniques are introduced to the reader but it takes really getting to know your horse before you can get things going. Precautions have to be taken as well as serious injury can happen when the wrong move is made.

Title Intermediate Western Exercises
Author Cherry Hill
Publisher Storey Publishing
Release 1998-01
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781580170468
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

With this pocket-sized guide in hand, you'll find it easy to develop and perfect your English riding skills. Cherry Hill's exercises will help you learn to hone balance and precise use of aids, improve bending, polish transitions, develop lateral work, and begin collection.

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