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The Man Who Listens to Horsesby Monty Roberts
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"It all dates from those summers alone in the high desert, me lying on my belly and watching wild horses with my binoculars for hours at a time. Straining to see in the moonlight, striving to fathom mustang ways, I knew instinctively I had chanced upon something important but could not know that it would shape my life. In 1948 I was a boy of thirteen learning the language of horses. . . ."
The bestselling memoir of the fascinating horse trainer who revolutionized a violent profession with his gentle method. "Roberts's story is more fascinating and profound than any told in fiction".--"San Francisco Chronicle".
About the Author
Monty Roberts has spent his whole life working with horses--schooling them, listening to them, and learning their ancient equine language. Roberts was first introduced to the American public on Dateline NBC.
He runs Flag Is Up Farms in Solvang, California.
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