Think Harmony With Horses: An In-Depth Study of Horse/Man Relationship
|Rating||:||4.45 (742 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||100 Pages|
"Great book to read a few times" according to jenny ross. Exellent book for those who understand the simplicity of dealing with horses in this way. Having a friendship and clear communication on the smallest level applies to everything you do with your horse or any horse. The book is truly just this man explaining his understanding to the reader. Great book to read a few times.!. Pamela DeMuth said The Master Horseman. If I could give more stars I would. Ray Hunt, in words or DVD gives us a true mastery of what is termed Horsemanship through Feel. Once you begin to understand Ray Hunt's terminology the light bulbs begin to come on in understanding some of the more intense and important aspects of excellent horse training and handling. These include getting in time with the feet, reins connected to the feet, softness, timing, feel, rewarding the try, and similar principles that give us excellent communication and part. "Three Stars" according to Amazon Customer. I appreciate his knowledge but the dialogue is awkward, it didn't teach me anything.
Also included is a question and answer section, in which a number of the most commonly asked questions are answered in detail. That philosophy is discussed in this book, in a manner that makes the reader feel as if he is listening to Ray talk. It is persuasive talk - gently persuasive; this man's ideas make a lot of sense, and the success he has achieved with those ideas is impressive. "When you ask your horse to do something it should be his idea he wants to do it, he understands how to do it, and he does it. Carpenter, who attended one of Ray's clinics. He has developed a language and has become a wonderful teacher and demonstrator." Included in this book is an interpretation of the "Ray Hunt method of schooling a horse" written by Vincent W. And throughout the entire book runs the simple, basic idea: think harmony.. " These words are typical of the way Ray Hunt expresses his philosophy of the ideal relationship between horse and man. Ray Hunt traveled around the country working with groups o