Understanding the Ancient Secrets of the Horse's Mind
Are you unwittingly teaching your horse how to misbehave? Find out from the
expert on equine behavior! This concise, easy-to-read book explains why and how
horses behave the way they do. It describes methods by which behavior problems
can be PREVENTED and methods that can be used to correct existing problems.
Dr. Miller explains how every horse inherits ten character traits that
influence its behavior. Understanding these traits is essential to optimum
communication with the horse, and is the reason the current revolution in
natural horsemanship is so successful. If you understand how your horse thinks,
you can control its behavior.
You can teach your horse to ignore the spooky stuff, stand quietly while tied,
accept routine veterinary and farrier work, come when called, overcome
barn-sour or herd-bound behavior, load into a trailer calmly and willingly,
respect you as a leader, yield its head, neck, feet and hindquarters, respond
positively whether at a show, on the trail or in the stable.
In addition, Dr. Miller, the originator of imprint training of newborn foals,
also includes an in-depth discussion of this method in the book.
Robert M Miller, DVM, author. 126 pages, softcover. 2011
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