It's Not I Who Seek the Horse, the Horse Seeks Me: My Path to an Understanding of Equine Body Language by Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling
A true horseman's understanding of the rider's role as the horse's natural partner, and a unique insight into one man's outstanding training method.
A true horseman's understanding of the rider's role as the horse's natural partner, and a unique insight into one man's outstanding training method Emphasizing a nonviolent partnership between horses and humans, the training system presented in this book is an increasingly popular training method among equestrians worldwide. Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling explains his system of communicating naturally with the instincts and nature of horses. The reader follows the progress of Arab stallion Marouk, and Lusitano stallion Queijo, in discovering a confident and harmonious relationship with their rider. Giving comprehensive insight into Hempfling’s methods, the horses’ progress is documented step-by-step, uncovering old wounds in the process that have resulted in their difficult behavior. Readers will discover the fascinating process of understanding horses through body language.
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