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2024 CALENDAR
How to Think Like a Horse
by Cherry Hill

2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill

A Horse Loverís Delight. This is the essential calendar for horse lovers of all ages, adapted from Cherry Hillís bestselling book How to Think Like a Horse. Each month features exquisite full-color equine photography with facts and fascinating insight on how to develop relationships with horses that are based on trust and mutual respect. Youíll learn what horses like, want, and need; how they show each other care and attention; and the importance of body language in communication. Did you know that a horse has a memory second only to an elephantís? They rarely forget lessons, good or bad. Gather a year of inspiration and knowledge about the spirit and nature of these special animals from an expert in horse behavior.

Published by Workman Publishing Company
Printed on responsibly sourced paper.

2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill
2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill
2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill
2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill
2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill
2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill
2024 Calendar How to Think Lke a Horse by Cherry Hill

What’s Your Horse Telling You?

Sudden or seemingly bizarre equine behavior makes perfect sense when you consider that horses are acting on survival instincts and fears that have been in place for millions of years. But one of the many great characteristics of horses, one that can make them such wonderful partners, is that they can so easily adapt to our world.

Once you start to think like a horse, you’ll know what makes your horse feel calm and confident and what triggers his defense mode. To get you started, I’ll describe a horse’s basic instincts, fears, needs and routines so you can see what’s going on in his mind as he responds to sights, smells, sounds, and touch.

If you can see things from your horse’s point of view, you’ll be able to anticipate his reactions to many situations and adjust your training methods accordingly. To help, I’ve provided practical training suggestions that will allow you to get the most out of your precious horse time. The lasting reward will be a solid relationship with a curious, trusting, adaptable, and eager-to-please equine companion.

And, if you’re like me, you’ll gladly accept the added bonus when you find that you’ve become part horse yourself ! Horse books by Cherry Hill.

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