Experiences Along the Way
Andrews nontraditional approach to training
horses develops a relationship with a horse based on
trust, understanding, and communication. It comes from
adjusting to fit the individual horse you are dealing
with at any particular moment. "If it were possible,"
says Joe, "I would sit down with you on a grassy
hillside in the warm afternoon sun and swap stories
about the horses we have ridden. Short of that, I
offer you the stories in this book," because the best
way to explain is to share actual experiences.
"Joe uses consideration, caring, and respect for the horse and in so doing shows us all that to get a soft, connected relationship we must first be willing to be soft ourselves. ...Understanding the differences in horses will enhance our ability to recognize the differences in all our relationships . . .and should cause all of us to reflect on the techniques we have used 'along the way'."~~ Judy Cross Strehlke
Softcover, 88 pages, Illustrations by Kim Andrews
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