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Clinton Anderson's Lessons Well Learned : Why My Method Works for Any Horse.

Author: Clinton Anderson; Melinda Kaitcer
Publisher: Chicago : Trafalgar Square Books, 2009.
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Through personal insights and dynamic color photographs, this engaging handbook examines the unparalleled effectiveness of the Downunder Horsemanship® method of horse training. Influenced by lessons learned from the horses themselves, this guide explains how the training process developed and entertains as it educates. Written in basic, practical language, this manual clearly demonstrates how to apply the knowledge  Read more...
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Anderson, Clinton.
Clinton Anderson's Lessons Well Learned : Why My Method Works for Any Horse.
Chicago : Trafalgar Square Books, ©2009
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Clinton Anderson; Melinda Kaitcer
ISBN: 9781570765124 157076512X 9781570765131 1570765138
OCLC Number: 782873875
Description: 1 online resource (315 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Introduction; Lesson 1: Frustration ends where knowledge begins; Lesson 2: Desensitizing and sensitizing is a matter of balance; Lesson 3: Do what you have to do to get the job done; Lesson 4: Long rides, "wet saddle pads," and concentrated training; Lesson 5: Heart attacks are free; Lesson 6: Get your horse city-slicker broke; Lesson 7: Horse problems are nothing more than symptoms of a cause; Lesson 8: Horses for courses and people for horses; Lesson 9: Take everything step-by-step. Lesson 10: To change your horse you must first change yourselfLesson 11: To be effective, you have to be understood; Lesson 12: The way to earn a horse's respect is by moving his feet; Lesson 13: Horses are creatures of habit; Lesson 14: You have to allow a horse to make a mistake--and then correct it; Lesson 15: Treat abused horses, rescue horses, and other special cases the same as any other horse; Lesson 16: The more times you pick yourself up off the ground, the better your "groundwork" gets; Lesson 17: Consistency is your greatest ally--and inconsistency your greatest enemy. Lesson 18: Push the edges to enlarge your horse's comfort zoneLesson 19: It takes time, knowledge, experience--and desire--to get a well-trained horse; Lesson 20: Success is just around the corner--the trouble is, most people quit before they reach the corner!; Index.

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Through personal insights and dynamic color photographs, this engaging handbook examines the unparalleled effectiveness of the Downunder Horsemanship® method of horse training. Influenced by lessons learned from the horses themselves, this guide explains how the training process developed and entertains as it educates. Written in basic, practical language, this manual clearly demonstrates how to apply the knowledge to everyday equestrian activities and shows how Downunder Horsemanship® works for any horse.

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