For The Love Of Horses

Author: Amber H. Massey
Editor: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736958231
Size: 12,96 MB
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Author Amber Massey grew up loving horses but never owning one. That finally changed the day she met Marquise. This horse was her gift from God. During those long trail rides, as horse and rider learned to work with each other, Amber felt God draw her close. Along the way, He revealed His truths to her and established a solid, lifelong relationship. Her stories of that journey give light to the tender relationship between a horse and rider and will stir your heart to seek God’s presence—even in the tack room. As you share this trail with Amber, you will discover that a life of faith begins with the love of God—and sometimes God uses horses to show us the way.

For The Love Of Horses

Author: Kelly Wilson
Editor: Random House Australia
ISBN: 0143783149
Size: 16,27 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Three sisters and their unforgettable journeys to rescue, tame and train New Zealand's wild Kaimanawa horses. For the Love of Horses is a heartfelt story with humble beginnings in rural New Zealand. From the trials and tears of Pony Club to the joy of riding bareback, and the pressures of adolescence and competitive showjumping, it follows television stars and sisters Vicki, Kelly and Amanda Wilson's rise to success at the highest level of competition. It is also the story of an unlikely childhood dream coming true. In 2012 the Wilson sisters became aware of the plight of the wild Kaimanawa horses as they were rounded up and sent to the slaughterhouse. The sisters embarked on a courageous journey to tame horses that many people believed were untrainable. Can the Wilsons change these horses' fate? Share the heartbreak, the pain, the elation and the success as the sisters take on these great challenges in this touching and remarkable omnibus edition of two bestsellers.

The Passion For Horses Artistic Talent

Author: Robert M. Miller
Editor: Robert M Miller Communicati
ISBN: 0984462007
Size: 20,75 MB
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Presents convincing evidence that there is a genetic factor in some people that leads them to make horses a central theme in their lives, and that this genetic factor is also linked to artistic talent.


Author: Cary Wolfe
Editor: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816641055
Size: 20,33 MB
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Those nonhuman beings called "animals" pose philosophical and ethical questions that go to the root not just of what we think but of who we are. Their presence asks: what happens when "the other" can no longer safely be assumed to be human? This collection offers a set of incitements and coordinates for exploring how these issues have been represented in contemporary culture and theory, from Jurassic Park and the "horse whisperer" Monty Roberts, to the work of artists such as Joseph Beuys and William Wegman; from foundational texts on the animal in the works of Heidegger and Freud, to the postmodern rethinking of ethics and animals in figures such as Singer, Deleuze, Lyotard, and Levinas; from the New York Times investigation of a North Carolina slaughterhouse, to the first appearance in any language of Jacques Derrida's recent detailed critique of Lacan's rendering of the human/animal divide.

Horses Talking

Author: Margrit Coates
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1446446352
Size: 18,34 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Following the success of 'Healing for Horses', in this book, Margrit Coates explains how readers can learn to interact with equines on a deep level. She gives practical advice on how to tune into your horse and understand what he or she is trying to communicate to you about wellbeing. You will discover how to sense what your horse is feeling and when it is healthy or suffering. You will also learn how to exchange healing messages, soul to soul, with your horse in order to improve their health and yours, and to strengthen the bond between you. Included are many fascinating case histories of horses and those who care for them, showing how they have mutually benefited by learning to open channels of communication. Intended for every horse owner, rider and handler - and the many thousands of people around the world who work with horses including vets, complementary therapists, grooms, stable hands, trainers, instructors and breeders. This book is for anyone who loves horses.

Ready Reference Treatise All The Pretty Horses

Author: Howard Rheingold
ISBN: 1300542322
Size: 10,49 MB
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The Dead Horses

Author: Les Mohr
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412228034
Size: 11,31 MB
Format: PDF
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This collection is a fine balance of attitude and anecdote in the best essay writing tradition. The author muses on topics as diverse as God's gold swing and a triathalon involving horses, women and champagne. On Modern Medicine: Once a visit to a doctor involved examining you and prescribing treatment. Nowadays he will not touch you, and he assumes the guise of a simpleton. Present yourself with an axe in your skull and he will not hazard a guess as to the source of your discomfort until you have had X-rays, blood tests, cat scans, ultrasounds and exhausted the possibilities of every diagnostic machine within a hundred mile radius. On Language: Language came into being when the female arrived back earlier than expected from the berry picking expedition and found her partner with his head under the bear skin of the lady from the cave next door. Necessity is the mother of invention. He now has a need for language, without it he is dead meat. He has no hope. But if he can blurt out, "I was looking for your lost flintstone," or "It's an old folk remedy for migraine," or even "She made me do it." Then he has a chance, albeit a slim one. We didn't get where we are today without optimism. On the selling of women: Surely no one would argue that a man's house should come cheaper than his wife. When was the last time you saw a man walk away from a piece of real estate? Yet they abandon their wives all the time. The difference being the latter have no re-sale value. This delightful collection, beautifully written, will provoke thought and laughter at the same time.

I Love Horses And Tractors

Author: Jo Ann Salness Byars
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1463424868
Size: 20,20 MB
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Survival, horses, wild life, farm life and farm humor. This book is a look at the adventures and stories of a city girl becoming a country girl and many of the lessons she and her husband learn along the way. It is filled with stories of the animals they love, the wild life they find and the challenges that just happen on a daily basis. From the eagle they saved, the cat that adopts them, the funny things that horses do, saving a cow in birth, the agony of trying to save a horse that colics and the countless things that have to be fixed as they live in the country. This is a story of retirement as they learn, adapt and overcome obstacles in their transition to country life.

Chicken Soup For The Horse Lover S Soul Ii

Author: Jack Canfield
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1453275320
Size: 16,28 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This follow-up to the surprise hit, Chicken Soup for the Horse Lover's Soul, brings to the page the adoration we have for our horses with inspiring, funny and tender stories.