The Riding Horse Repair Manual: Not the Horse You Want? Create Him from What You Have
Nearly all horse behavior problems are a result of human error -- incorrect or inconsistent training. The horse world is filled with horses that have the potential to become model citizens and partners with systematic retraining and patience from a rider with the right skills. Top ranked American eventing rider, Doug Payne, well known for his talent and success with difficult horses, provides a complete guide for reschooling horses with issues such as bucking, bolting, rearing, spooking, lack of confidence, jumping issues, and many others. Payne clearly outlines step-by-step how to implement consistent training plans to realize each horse's potential.
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