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by Jean Abernethy,Monty Roberts

Download From My Hands to Yours: Lessons from a Lifetime of Training Championship Horses ePub
  • ISBN 1929256566
  • ISBN13 978-1929256594
  • Language English
  • Author Jean Abernethy,Monty Roberts
  • Publisher Monty & Pat Roberts Inc (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages 230
  • Formats txt mbr doc lit
  • Category Outdoor Sports
  • Subcategory Individual Sports
  • Size ePub 1555 kb
  • Size Fb2 1672 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 328

"A good horse trainer can get a horse to do what he wants him to do. A great trainer can get a horse to want to do it" Monty Roberts Whether your interest is in reining, show jumping, barrel racing, dressage, cutting, polo, thoroughbred racing or simple leisure riding this book is designed to help you understand your horse and communicate with him in a partnership that will last a lifetime. Monty introduces the nonverbal language of Equus that humans can use to effectively communicate with their horses. He includes the world's first Dictionary of Equus, which shows dozens of gestural statements made by people and horses and how they combine to create a true interspecies dialogue. Truly great training information from a horses birth, including foal imprinting, to forming partnerships.

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Book by Roberts, Monty, Abernethy, Jean. Monty Roberts is amazing! I first learned about him after reading the book series called "Heartland" as a 10 year old, where a girl makes join-up with different horses, and that caught my interest. I wanted to have that "special bond" to a horse.

A great trainer can get a horse to want to do it Monty Roberts Whether your interest is in reining. I loved this book! Monty Roberts gives just plain simple instructions on how to properly deal with the issues that arise from training a new horse or an old horse

A great trainer can get a horse to want to do it Monty Roberts Whether your interest is in reining. I loved this book! Monty Roberts gives just plain simple instructions on how to properly deal with the issues that arise from training a new horse or an old horse. Any new rider or an old rider that's getting back into the game of riding again (like me) should read this book. The other books Monty Roberts has written were great too.

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Truly great training information from a horses birth, including foal imprinting, to forming partnerships.

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Monty Roberts' definitive guide to violence-free training and bestselling author of 'The Man Who Listens to Horses' brings you a long awited thorough colleciton of training techniques and philosophies to help you understand your horse and communicate with him in a partnership that will last.

Monty Roberts' definitive guide to violence-free training and bestselling author of 'The Man Who Listens to Horses' brings you a long awited thorough colleciton of training techniques and philosophies to help you understand your horse and communicate with him in a partnership that will last a lifetime. In a world that has shrunk to a global village, it is important that mankind act as a responsible steward of creation - whether human or animal

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Erthai
This is "about" "natural" horse training, but probably needs the DVDs to be truly effective.
Monty does a fair job and putting into the written word, what likely needs to be OBSERVED first hand.
I prefer the Joe Camp books, because Joe has gone a step further with more "natural" horse "keeping" (i.e. barefoot, more pasture time, less messing around with blankets, and tiny stalls, etc.)
I realize there are some Monty "haters" out there, but if you look around you will see that most "modern" trainers have built on his methods.
I bought the kindle edition, and you might prefer a print version due to the illustrations.
Oveley
I grew up with horses a long time ago and have just come across an opportunity to take up riding again. The horse that I now have access to does not have any real training although I have been told he is broken. Years ago my father and I trained a colt and I remembered using some of Monte Roberts' methods. So, I ordered his book. After reading it I found the instructions were written clearly and concisely. The illustrations helped to clarify in my minds-eye how the various steps were to be completed. My only complaint is that there were technical terms used in the book that I was unfamiliar with and they were not defined.
*Nameless*
The most revolutionary training book I've seen yet.... this is my primary resource for all things training-related. Monty Roberts has discovered a new way to think about training, a new way to think about horses, and brought it to life. This book is the culmination of his studies and work with horses in the wild, and his journey towards becoming a world-known trainer. The picture graphics in the book that show each of his movements with the horses are one of the most helpful tools I've seen in the book, and he has detailed descriptions of the work he does with the horses. All in all, completely worth the price I paid! I'll go back to this book over and over whenever I have training questions. Thank you, Monty!
Nahn
I loved this book! Monty Roberts gives just plain simple instructions on how to properly deal with the issues that arise from training a new horse or an old horse. Any new rider or an old rider that's getting back into the game of riding again (like me) should read this book. The other books Monty Roberts has written were great too. If you have a young child that can read or a young teen, they will love his book, Shy Boy.
sunrise bird
Practical instructions for Monty Roberts' Join-Up Method of training horses and solving problems. These methods really work.
Brajind
Monty Robert came to Brazil some times and he was always revealed what sincerely it is: a special person, of great charisma, who has much knowledge on the true nature of the horses.
Who loves the horses and really desires to understand them, it must with certainty buy this wonderful book, well illustrated, didactic and that in them it brings deep knowledge obtained for the author in decades of chore with equines.
It cannot be said that one loves the horses without reading and learning with books of Monty Robert!
Gogul
You can't find better than Monty Roberts when it comes to understanding horses. If you haven't read "The Man Who Listens To Horses" I highly recommend it as well. Her Majesty the Queen of England put him on the map of the horse world for good reason!
I bought this because I'd read Roberts' autobiography and wanted to understand horse language. The info on Amazon promised me what I wanted. No such luck. There's essentially no more horse language here than in the autobiography. That was a big disappointment. However, this is a much more honest book than the autobiography. Reading the autobiography, you get the idea that "Join Up" occurs in half an hour and is permanent. Nothing in that book says otherwise. In this book you discover that "join up" may need to be done four to six times, and THEN another month or more each for bridle, saddle, gait and lead changing, etc. That's disappointing, but at least it's honest. There's a lot of good info here, amid a lot of repetitiveness and horn-tooting, and it is well worth reading. I've talked with top trainers who use some of these techniques, such as the plastic bag technique for helping a horse not spook.