With over 20 years of experience working with horses and helping people safely train them, Clinton has become an expert at bringing out their best. In Philosophy, Clinton details what he wishes everyone knew about horses before working with them. Breaking down the crucial elements of horsemanship, he explains how to become an effective leader horses look to for guidance and how to successfully start a mutually enjoyable partnership. You’ll learn what motivates your horse, the basics of respect and why it must be established, and the role pressure and body language play in communicating. Clinton prescribes a tried-and-true formula to train a well-broke horse and discusses the three elements that go into becoming an all-around great horseman. Filled with commonsense explanations and personal anecdotes from Clinton’s life, the lessons in Philosophy provide the instruction and inspiration needed to help you achieve your horsemanship dreams.
Hardcover, 43 pages.
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