Synopses & Reviews
With instructions on the best ways to teach a horse tricks using positive reinforcement, this guide provides trainers with ways to make their horses become better performers and be more responsive. The tricks and games featured in this handbook can add variety to a serious training regimen by combining daily schooling with an element of fun for both the horse and its rider, helping to keep the working horse interested in its job. Specific tricks include bowing, kneeling, lying down, standing on a box, carrying objects, and rolling objects, and each are outlined in individual steps to help the trainer achieve the best results.
"The book covers over 25 tricks that you can teach your horse, including some tried-and-true classics, tricks for brave horses, and even tricks for horse with a sense of humor." The Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar (May 1, 2011)
Translation of: Bea Borelles Zirkusschule.
About the Author
Bea Borelleis a horsewoman and certified practitioner of Linda Tellington-Jones' TTouch and TTEAM methods of bodywork and behavioral training.