Trick Training for Horses: Fun Ways to Engage, Challenge, and Bond with Your Horse by Bea Borelle
Tricks and games are not only fun for both horse and handler, they can also add variety to a serious training regimen, helping to keep a working horse interested in his job. Now, this fabulously illustrated book on trick training explains the best way to teach a horse tricks using positive reinforcement. Step-by-step instructions are provided for over 25 different tricks, including classics such as bowing, kneeling, sitting, and lying down. Throughout, Bea Borelle clarifies how including tricks in your general horse training program can help improve a horse's outlook on life and willingness to perform, regardless of your chosen discipline.
"Using Bea Borelle's methods you can rediscover some of the "magic" of your childhood and how it can change the way you work with horses. Trick training is one of the best ways to make your horse your friend." — Philippe Karl, Internationally Renowned Horse Trainer and Author.Paperback, 152 pp.
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