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An engaging, fun and instruction guide with practical ideas to solve even the most frustrating equine problems. In this personable guide, equine professional Nanette Levin illustrates how to get smart, safe and creative when working with your horse. Her positive advice - from how to listen to your horse to crafting a communications and training plan he will embrace - is appropriate for novices and professionals alike.

Through real-world case studies, Levin demonstrates that "problem horses" are often created by humans, and shows how, with a keen eye and a responsive attitude, anyone can communicate effectively with his horse. In the tips from the professional trenches section, international experts from a variety of disciplines offer opinions, stories, insight and ideas for turning difficult horses into eager pleasers and exceptional performers. Readers will enjoy experiencing these true stories, putting the tips into action, and turning their horses into willing and able partners.

©2009 Nanette Levin (P)2013 Nanette Levin

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  • Lisa Oglesby
  • 10-10-18

interesting Read

I enjoyed this book and the interviews with the trainers and riders at the end was very interesting.

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  • suzi cloutier
  • 01-06-18

not for me at all

as someone who follows natural Horsemanship and relational horsemanship it was very challenging for me to listen to this book which seem to put horses in the category of user ship instead of relationship. Perhaps my own Baez. The narrator nearly killed me with her attempts at mimicking the interviewees at the end. again, maybe more of where I come from in my horse career but it was a struggle.

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