4 edition of Understanding your horse found in the catalog.
Understanding your horse
|Statement||With drawings by Margery Reeves Kinley.|
|LC Classifications||SF281 .H34 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||72006363|
Get this from a library! The Q & A guide to understanding your horse. [Michael Peace; Lesley Bayley] -- Aimed at those riders and horse owners who are subscribing to the new non-confrontational approach to horse training, this guide is centred around five question and answer chapters, offering. Understanding Your Horse by Lesley Bayley, Richard Maxwell Be the first to review this item This guide shows how to understand and communicate with horses.
Your horse is alert and tuning into something that's either interesting or frightening. As most horse owners know, there's a difference between ears that are positioned towards the rear and those that are sharply pinned backwards. Understanding Your Horse's Weight Ebook By Shannon Pratt, DVM In an easy-to-understand style, the book takes readers through the step-by-step process of determining whether they have an overweight horse and the best practices for correcting the problem. It also offers insight into the equine diseases directly linked to obesity such as laminitis.
(This was the least meaningful part of the book for me.)This book presents a very unique approach to understanding horses. It opens the horse person's mind to allow for different personality types and adjust how he or she may interact differently if the horse is withdrawn, uncomplicated and steady or if the horse is anxious, clever and timid.5/5(5). Understanding Horse Behavior - "Understanding The Ancient Secrets of The Horse's Mind" In this book Dr. Miller explains equine behavior a wonderfully concise and easy to read manner. Chapter One of his book, "Understanding the Ancient Secrets of the Horse's Mind" is provided below. This book provides an excellent basis for understanding equine.
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The authors stress that positive reinforcement of desired behaviors will achieve the desired results, and that understanding why a horse is acting the way it does goes a long way toward getting it to develop desirable habits or toward changing undesirable conduct.5/5(1).
I read the book called Understanding Your Horse. It is a nonfiction book all about how your horses work. The book is extremely useful to many horse riders. They had things like the effect of pain and how some injuries will hurt them in some way. This book teaches you a lot about horses and how we need to treat and train them properly/5.
About the Author. Sue M. McDonnell is an associate professor and founding head of the Havemeyer Equine Understanding your horse book Programme at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, New Bolton Center.
She has published widely on stallion sexual behaviour and dysfunction and is author of The Equid Ethogram, A Practical Field Guide to Horse Behavior/5(3).
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Understanding Your Horse's Weight is a practical guide to maintaining your horse's optimum weight and body condition. In an easy-to-understand style, the book takes readers through the step-by-step process of determining whether they have an overweight horse and the best practices for correcting the problem/5(4).
Centred around five question and answer chapters, this book offers comprehensive solutions using case studies and More and more horse owners and riders are subscribing to the new non-confrontational approach to horse training/5.
The book covers every aspect of owning and caring for a horse, and is divided into chapters on the history of human communication with horses, the needs of horses, their emotions, anxiety, the ways horses communicate with one another, temperament and intelligence, habits, instinct and motivation, breeding, breaking / training, equine illness, and the suitability of different horses 5/5(2).
Understanding your horse A book by EquiCoach Ditte Young – filled with experiences and great advice for all horse owners and riders.
The book is based on Ditte Young’s many years of experience and work with horses and riders, anything from skovtursryttere to elite riders, who have won the Danish, European and the World Championship and participated at the Olympics.
What does a horse think, what does it see, hear, smell and feel, and how do emotions affect the horse's existence. This book helps the reader take the first step on a journey of discovery. If we can understand the way horses see the world in every sense of the word we can unlock the key to their emotions and understand what prompts them to do.
By Sue McDonnell, Ph.D. Understanding Your Horse's Behavior is a fascinating compilation of real-life questions from horse owners about problems they. Fisher shows how, by understanding the way tensions and blocks affect your horse, you can take steps to improve every aspect of its life effectively.
This book gives useful tips on how to help your horse stay sound, recover from an injury and how to enable him to realise his full potential/5(12). Chewing and grinding of feed are essential to your horse's health and survival.
Proper dental care will help your horse eat better, be healthier, and have fewer mouth problems. An annual oral exam should be an integral part of every horse's health program. Manuel G. Himenes Jr., DVM, owner of Oahu Equine Veterinary Clinic in Hawaii, specializes. When your beautiful animal bucks suddenly or gallops wildly, curls his lip or shakes his head--understand the reasons why and how to provide the practical care he needs.
Get into the equine mind with the help of a horse therapist who was also the award-winning Why does your horse try to bite you when you saddle up?/5(17). This isn't a mystical skill. Anyone who spends time around horses can learn to tune in to their unique forms of nonverbal communication. It may take some time and attention, but a better understanding of the language of horses will improve your horsemanship skills, and you'll be able to read your horse more clearly and fine-tune your training and handling accordingly.
About the Book Author. Audrey Pavia is the former editor of Horse Illustrated magazine and an award-winning writer of numerous articles on equine subjects. The author of seven books about horses, she has also contributed to Thoroughbred Times, Horse & Rider, and many other animal magazines.
Janice Posnikoff, DVM, is a highly respected equine veterinarian with over 20. Buy a cheap copy of Understanding Your Horse: How to book by Lesley Bayley. A wealth of sound advice on how to listen to and really understand your horse, with a caring approach to techniques for training and overcoming behavioral Free shipping over $/5(4).
Buy a cheap copy of Understanding Your Horse's Behavior book by Sue McDonnell. This handy volume compiles questions from horse owners about problems they face with their horses, and answers by renowned equine behaviorists Sue McDonnell, Ph.D. Free shipping over $ For a happy relationship between horse and owner/rider, the latter must understand the psychology and "language" of the former.
This book explains the horse's view: how it sees the world, its intelligence and feelings and the best way to relate to the horse for a happy and safe lifetime of riding. This book pertains to recognizing horses as individuals with different temperaments.
It goes so far as to suggest you can determine a horses personality based on the shape of his head, profile, etc and other body parts/5. Understanding Your Horse's Weight is a practical guide to maintaining your horse's optimum weight and body condition. Written in an easy-to-understand style, the book takes readers through the step-by-step process of determining whether they have an overweight horse and discusses.
: Understanding Your Horse: How to Overcome Common Behaviour Problems () by Lesley Bayley, Richard Maxwell and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(13).What does a horse think, what does it see, hear, smell and feel, and how do emotions affect the horse’s existence?
This book helps the reader take the first step on a journey of discovery. If we can understand the way horses see the world – in every sense of the word – we can unlock the key to their emotions and understand what prompts Author: Larry Bensusan.One of them is working with your trainer to determine in which race to enter your horse.
To do this, an understanding of the condition book is required. Keep an open mind with regards to your trainer’s advice.
Remember, you’ve hired him to train your horse-thus, the trainer probably knows where to run your horse.