Horses Talking

Author: Margrit Coates
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1446446352
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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.

Talking With Horses

Author: Colin Dangaard
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475928300
File Size: 27,21 MB
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She falls in love with Zehun, a Lieutenant of Attila the Hun, while he saves her from savages who want her dead. She returns the favor by saving Zehun seconds before he is sliced to pieces by Roman soldiers who have captured him. She places seven arrows into seven soldiers in as many seconds, shooting left and right handed with her bow. This happens in an action-packed fantasy world Emma Armbrust has created as a refuge from her autism. In real life, her autism enables her to communicate with her jumping horse Tower, as people and horses did millions of years before. Emma is 18 years old, tall, blonde and beautiful . She lives in the hills of Malibu, California, where she also falls in love with Jules, a troubled young man who is her age, and also a social outcast. There is just one problem. Zehun and Jules look exactly alike-they just live 2,000 years apart. While Emma tries desperately to resolve her love triangle, she survives medication to make her "normal" and then rides Tower to National Grand Prix victory, thus saving the family horse ranch from bankruptcy.

Yap Yap The Talking Horse

Author: R.Y. Burke
Editor: Authorhouse
ISBN: 9781418491789
File Size: 28,81 MB
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The book is about a talking horse, which is funny by itself, but the adventures of the horse will leave them in stitches. Children have all kinds of pets would love to take them to school and do all kinds of things with them, through this book they can let their imaginations run wild as they read all of the things Lamont does with Yap-Yap. Lamont and Mr. Bee are a small but very loving family and you will feel the warmth through the pages in the book. This book is funny, heart warming and genuine. The book shows children the meaning of caring and sharing not just material things, but their words and emotions. This book will make children laugh and smile while educating them on moral and values and enlightening them on the relevance of certain holidays. Your child will want you to read this book over and over and over again.

The Talking Horse And Other Tales

Author: F. Anstey
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Horse Talk 2

Author: George Harrison
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781465304476
File Size: 44,32 MB
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Horse Talk is a collaboration of over 250 words or phrases dealing with Thoroughbred racing and training terminology, including jockey strategy, the important role of the exercise riders, and a bunch of fun slang terms that can only be explained by the author. A must for all racing enthusiasts or relatives and friends of Owners, trainers, riders, grooms, hot walkers, or anybody else that love Thoroughbred racing.

Talking With Horses

Author: Henry Blake
Editor: Souvenir PressLtd
ISBN: 9780285629981
File Size: 58,95 MB
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Having spent a lifetime working with horses, the original horse whisperer shares his secrets to equine communication in this enlightening guide for riders of all skill levels. Through telepathy and extra-sensory perception, riders will be able to build a special rapport with their horses, ultimately learning to think and move together as one. A revelation to read—and an international bestseller when it was first published—this indispensable companion will change any rider's approach to the training and management of horses.

Connecting With Horses

Author: Margrit Coates
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448146712
File Size: 64,43 MB
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Margrit Coates is internationally acclaimed for her work as an animal healer and communicator, and is the author of Healing with Horses and Horses Talking. Now, for the first time, she explains how horses can offer healing and guidance to us, the people in their lives. Connecting with Horses explores the key lessons that we can learn from these magnificent animals. When we really understand how to interact with horses and how to interpret their roles in our lives, we will learn how to improve our relationships with others and much more. This extraordinary book draws upon powerful true stories and practical experience to explore themes and offer profound insights ranging from creativity through to potential and success. As you will discover, even your own horse or pony is an incredible animal that has much to teach you...

Talking With Horses

Author: Henry N. Blake
Editor: Dutton Adult
ISBN:
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The author records his forty years of raising, training, and learning from horses and his investigations and uses of equine communication

A History Of Horses Told By Horses

Author: H. A. Levin
Editor: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 1614484163
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On a peaceful country morning, a horse named Bess approaches and connects telepathically with the author. At the mare's urging, the author agrees to write A History of Horses Told by Horses, in which equines trace the historical links between humans and horses, express their thoughts on the impact that humans have on the Earth, and state their mission. The horses' hopes are to partner with compassionate people, especially women, to redirect the course of humanity in a positive way. The story-telling horses exist. The places and people are real. The multi-layered message relates to the human condition on a personal level as well as on a global scale. Equine history spans more than 55 million years and five continents. Horses desire to form meaningful relationships with people. Each horse's connection with a human is unique. A horse's assistance is tailored to a person's individual needs.

The Adventures Of The Talking Tipper Trucks

Author: Jodie Bain
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1483627101
File Size: 63,26 MB
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It was a typically warm summers day as the tipper trucks rested together under the shade of gum trees while their drivers had lunch. The trucks enjoyed a break from carrying the heavy loads of gravel and took the chance to cool down and have a chat. Hodgy an old V8 square cabin style tipper truck was particularly grumpy today as he had been at the rear of the four trucks and his sky blue paint was covered in dust. He chuffed to the other trucks with a small cough. I am sick of being at the back. I heard we are doing the steep part of the road next. My driver Glen is the most experienced so he may even get to lead!

Hope From The Heart Of Horses

Author: Kathy Pike
Editor: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1602396604
File Size: 76,23 MB
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Explores the bond between horses and people, including trusting instincts, addressing emotions, and releasing negativity, in an account that describes the author's relationship with an abused horse.

Confessions Of A Movie Cowboy S Horse

Author: J.B. Ralph
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1493190342
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Jack B. Ralph, a Navy veteran was born in Chicago, grew up in Easton, PA, attended Lafayette College, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, and graduated with a Master's Degree in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago. Ralph has devoted much of his life in the interest of civil rights by writing, publishing and speaking on behalf of all minorities, handicapped persons and the aging population. And now, he shows, in a light manner, examples of the serious history, interdependence and similarities and differences between those of the lives, experiences and working conditions of horses and of our own population. He has published, with entries written by persons of ages 4 to 94, the fascinating marriage saving “Love is Everywhere,” 365 ways to live a life of love. The collection of observations and definitions of love illustrate the living with real expressions of love. His “A Kid’s World,” Parts One and Two, contains thought provoking stories with messages that can start children in gaining maturity. Jack’s wife of over 60 years is a beautiful redhead and a former professional bowler. They are parents who enjoy their two sons, five grandchildren, terrific daughters-in law, and they joyously share their sense of humor also with that of their cousins, their fine in-laws and, with acceptance, possibly the entire receptive loving world.

Daddy Do Cowboys Pray

Author: James R. Ezell, Jr.
Editor: First Edition Design Pub.
ISBN: 1622872347
File Size: 24,45 MB
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Pray? Why Pray? Who Prays? Do my heroes pray? What do they pray about? Join Zeke as he asks the same questions many children and adults all over the world ask. Come into Zeke's world as he meets many of his other heroes along this journey to find out ""Do Cowboys"" Pray.

All The Pretty Horses

Author: Cormac McCarthy
Editor: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 0330474677
File Size: 55,50 MB
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'A uniquely brilliant book . . . told in language as subtly beautiful as its desert setting. One of the most important pieces of American writing of our time' Stephen Amidon, Sunday Times John Grady Cole is the last bewildered survivor of long generations of Texas ranchers. Finding himself cut off from the only life he has ever wanted, he sets out for Mexico with his friend Lacey Rawlins. Befriending a third boy on the way, they find a country beyond their imagining: barren and beautiful, rugged yet cruelly civilized; a place where dreams are paid for in blood. All the Pretty Horses is an acknowledged masterpiece from Pulitzer Prize winning author Cormac McCarthy, and a grand love story: a novel about childhood passing, along with innocence and a vanished American age. Steeped in the wisdom that comes only from loss, it is a magnificent parable of responsibility, revenge and survival.

Leave Me Alone Im Only Talking To My Horse Today

Author: I. Love I LOVE HORSES
Editor:
ISBN: 9781650157979
File Size: 24,71 MB
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Cute school notebook perfect for girls who love writing & riding horses!This lined notepad is a fun back to school essential for horse lovers to take notes in class and for equestrian riders to track thoughts, experiences, training progress, and their overall journey in the world of horse riding. In addition to taking notes & writing about riding lessons, this horse theme notebook is great to use as a school homework tracker, documenting summer vacation experiences, daily diary, planner, gratitude journal, to-do list checklist, sketches, drawings, doodles & more!Easy gift idea for kids who love horses & equestrian life. Perfect for students in elementary, middle & high school for a birthday, Christmas present, Easter basket stuffer. Great option as a horse theme birthday party favor notepad.Measures 6" x 9", 120 pages/60 sheets, wide ruled, square bound, 1 subject.Click the link above to Horse Tail Press for more options in the Horse Riders series and for more kids & adult notebooks, pocket journals, gratitude journals, travel notebook diaries, daily planners & calendars, composition books, sketch books, doodle books, to-do lists, diary books, diaries, music sheets, song writing notebook journals, recipe trackers, graph paper & more.

Unconditional Love

Author: Avie Townsend
Editor: Variocity
ISBN: 1933037385
File Size: 59,58 MB
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Author Avie Townsend teamed up with 17 other authors to create this anthology of heartwarming stories about pets and their humans - the mistakes they've made, and tips for owners to be better caregivers. Each author provided a photo of their story's pet when possible.

How Horses Help

Author: Gerry Harrington
Editor: SRA Books
ISBN: 1909116459
File Size: 56,61 MB
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Getting along with others, managing our lives, working out what to do next, and why - there are few among us who don’t find all that a challenge. For the emotionally or educationally disadvantaged, it can seem a mountain too high to climb - frustrated, angry, deeply discouraged, they can feel trapped in the foothills of their lives. But being around horses can change all that. Horses are large, demanding, sensitive, responsive. They very much like some things, and absolutely won’t tolerate others. Learning how to care for a horse, how to groom it, do the mucking out, to ride, building a relationship and working as a team, all these are transferrable skills which can help disadvantaged young adults learn how to take care of themselves and live independent lives. Gerry Harrington’s intensely thoughtful and highly informative book draws on her long experience using equine assisted therapy to help educationally and emotionally disadvantaged young adults to find their feet and live independent lives once they have left school. Taking the reader through all the different kinds of mental and emotional challenges which can be addressed and transformed through EAT, and demonstrating how it works in practice through case studies and stories, Gerry Harrington opens a door to a world of potential for parents and carers to explore. Highly practical, with all sorts of strategies, further reading and helpful organisations all mapped out, this little book can, quite literally, change lives.

Talking Horses

Author: Jeffrey Bernard
Editor:
ISBN: 9780947795023
File Size: 60,91 MB
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Talking To George Storycuts

Author: Louis de Bernières
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448128889
File Size: 12,46 MB
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John the gardener is disillusioned with his life, past and present. Alan is John's assistant, helplessly in love with Sylvie, the stable girl. These three characters are united by their friendship and by George, the barn spider. Part of the Storycuts series, this short story was previously published in the collection Notwithstanding.