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The Art of Long Reining
by Sylvia Stanier
Learn the proper ground techniques and equipment needed to produce a well-balanced, supple horse. Early exercises to advanced schooling in both the English and Danish methods are included. HB 56 pp.
by Perry Wood
Take the time to train your horse to accept the unexpected. This booklet explains the tools you need to develop a more trusting relationship with your equine partner. By using distance, repetition, and positive reinforcement, you can teach your horse to think more and to react less. PB 24 pp.
Long Reining to Break Horses to Harness
by Heinrich Freiherr von Senden
Learn how to safely break a horse to harness by using long reins. Beginning with work on the lunge, training progresses to work with long reins for better control and to replicate the actual driving situation. Putting-to for the first time is clearly explained with an emphasis on safety. Includes a chapter on what makes a good driving horse and discusses specific breeds that are well suited to driving. PB 126pp.
Better Than Bombproof
by Sgt. Rick Pelicano
More common-sense strate-
gies to help your horse deal
with scary situations. In his
second book, Sgt. Pelicano
shows new ways to desensi-
tize your horse through long-
lining exercises as well as
under saddle. Includes tips
on becoming a more effective
rider, how to prepare for a parade, and valuable trailer
loading techniques. PB 170 pp.
Training for Safety
by Margaret Beeman and Ona Kiser
Outlines the foundation for starting the driving horse. Specific exercises are given for groundwork in preparation for putting to a cart and driving the single horse. Tips are also included to help deal with scary objects in a safe and confident manner. PB 71 pp.
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