Thinking With Horses

Author: Henry Blake
Editor: Souvenir PressLtd
ISBN: 9780285631540
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Stimulating and practical, this book by the original horse whisperer can help anyone achieve real communication with their horse, improving their horsemanship by using the horse's natural instincts to do what the rider asks. Studies of both horse and rider inform this essential guide that shows how to best motivate a horse and offers a wealth of practical advice on training and overcoming common problems. It teaches how to understand a horse's physical and emotional needs to promote harmonious communication between rider and equine.

Sorry I Wasn T Listening I Was Thinking About Horses

Author: Publishify Journals
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ISBN: 9781677767113
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Simple Designed Funny Quote with 120 lined pages. Great for notes, poetry, journaling, recipes, writing, drawing and more.- Matte Paperback- (6"x9")- 120 pages- Lined journal- Benefits of Keeping a Journal Include: Reduces stress, Increases Focus, Enables self-discovery, Helps you achieve goals, Emotional intelligence, Boosts your memory & comprehension, Strengthens your communication skills, Sparks your creativity, Increases your self-confidenceWhy not start today?And if you are looking for more designs, take a look at our amazon author page.

Winning Without Thinking

Author: Nick Mordin
Editor: Aesculus Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781904328148
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Nick Mordin estimates he has spent over 30,000 hours researching racing results over the years. His aim has been to uncover the principles that govern the betting market and racing results themselves. In conducting his research Nick has tested thousands of systems, both his own and those developed by academics, professional gamblers and others around the globe. In Winning Without Thinking he shares the fruits of this work. the results of horse-races; basic principles that govern racing results and the betting market; mistakes commonly made by the general betting public and how to exploit them; full details of betting systems used by professional gamblers to make millions; how to predict and profit from new trends; and how to use computers to increase your returns.

The Horse In The City

Author: Clay McShane
Editor: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801886003
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In addition to providing an insightful account of life and work in nineteenth-century urban America, The Horse in the City brings us to a richer understanding of how the animal fared in this unnatural and presumably uncomfortable setting.

The Horse

Author: Debbie Busby
Editor: Ivy Press
ISBN: 178240774X
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The Horse: A Natural History looks not only at the horse in the human context, but also at its own story, and at the way horses live and have lived both alongside people and independently. An initial chapter on Evolution & Development takes the reader from the tiny prehistoric Eohippus to modern-day Equus. Subsequent chapters on Anatomy & Biology and Society & Behavior offer a succinct explanation of equine anatomy, and outline the current thinking on horse behavior, incorporating information taken from the most recent research. Chapter 4, Horses & People, studies the part the horse has played in human history. Finally, a visually stunning gallery of breeds offers wonderful photographs alongside individual breed profiles. This is an essential addition to every horse enthusiasts library.

Talking With Horses

Author: Henry Blake
Editor: Souvenir Press Ltd
ISBN: 0285639455
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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.

Reports From Commissioners

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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Horseshoes And Hand Grenades

Author: C. McDaniel
Editor: C.L. McDaniel
ISBN: 1452853711
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No, he never won the Kentucky Derby but he was Marc McPhee's friend. And he was murdered. Murderers, whoever they may be, will find out McPhee takes offence when you murder his best friend. McPhee sets out to avenge his friend any way he can, even if it means an alliance with the Mafia. In addition to revenge, it's also a chance for McPhee to find himself again and to find the happiness he lost so long ago. He comes close to accomplishing all his intentions...but if you're keeping score...remember... close only counts in Horseshoes and Hand Grenades

Saddle Club 47 Horse Magic

Author: Bonnie Bryant
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448196477
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It’s Halloween and Pine Hollow Stables is getting some special visitors – a group of city kids. The Saddle Club girls are planning a treasure hunt and trick-or-treating for the children. Best of all, Stevie Lake’s old school friend, Dinah, has come to help. Stevie can’t wait to pull some pranks on her friend! Things go awry when it becomes clear that Dinah and Saddle Club member Lisa Atwood don’t like each other. Lisa suspects Dinah of flirting with Stevie’s boyfriend. Even worse, Stevie’s beginning to think the stable is haunted. Who’s playing tricks at Pine Hollow?

Mind

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Pathways Listening Speaking And Critical Thinking 1

Author: Rebecca Tarver Chase
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0357734130
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Pathways, Second Edition, is a global, five-level academic English program. Carefully-guided lessons develop the language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies required for academic success. Using authentic and relevant content from National Geographic, including video, charts, and other infographics, Pathways prepares students to work effectively and confidently in an academic environment. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

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

Special Report On Diseases Of The Horse

Author: Animal Industry Bureau
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The Presbyterian Quarterly

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Horse Care And Riding

Author: Susan McBane
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ISBN: 9780715393161
File Size: 57,39 MB
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Accounts And Papers Of The House Of Commons

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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Journal Of The Royal United Service Institution Whitehall Yard

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A Geography Of Horse Riding

Author: Cheryl Nosworthy
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443865524
File Size: 65,48 MB
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This book presents an in-depth, qualitative exploration of the practice of horse-riding by “disabled” and “non-disabled” riders and their horses. Situated as part of an “affective turn” within human geography, creative and original use is made of poststructuralist theory to bring together animal studies and disability studies in order to decentre the human as we think about the social. Eighteen months of multi-sited performance ethnography “on the hoof” were conducted with riders recruited from local riding schools, an internet forum and three Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) groups. The study employed various methods, including diary-keeping, participant observation and video-recording of riding activities, in order to capture moments of horse-human relating. Through these methods, the embodied expressions of horses are taken seriously as demonstrative of their individual thoughts and intentions.

Into The Thinking Kingdoms

Author: Alan Dean Foster
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0759523312
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Bound by honor, Ehomba has traveled through many exotic and perilous lands on a quest to save a beautiful princess he has never met from the hands of the evil Hymneth the Possessed. Through all their travels Ehomba has ignored the warnings he has heard from seers and psychics, foretelling of disaster and death if the quest was completed. Now that Ehomba and his traveling party have finally reached the destination of their epic journey, the kingdom ruled by Hymneth, will they be able to defend themselves against Hymneth's powerful and evil magic? Will they be able to rescue the princess and bring her safely home with their lives intact?