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    Horse Agility: Liberty Horse Training
    By: Koikka Loikka


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    Edition: First, (2009)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-1453735720

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    Can we attain the same unity with a horse as with a dog? Can a horse be lead the same way without a physical connection-without a bridle, without a lead rope, without a rider? Are horses capable of clearing the same kinds of obstacles white being directed from the ground? What would motivate a horse to jump, climb, bend around poles, dive into tunnels or wade through puddles on a given track? Horse agility is a hobby where a special bond of trust is developed between the horse and man through mutual practice. It means guiding a free horse through a special obstacle course with body language, speed and direction of movement, hand signals and verbal commands. It consists of round pen exercises, various running exercises either free or on line, following exercises, respecting one''s space, motivational practices, and also the learning and teaching body language between horse and trainer. Between these covers I have gathered experience of a different type of training over a decade and from over 200 horses. I have gathered in this book exercises that work for every single horse - sooner or later - and your horse will become good or even excellent! Read, experiment and be pleasantly surprised!


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