Whoo-hoo ! I just received the first copy of my new book “What Every Horse Should Know”. There’s nothing quite like seeing the first bound edition after all those months of hard work.
In January, How to Think Like a Horse will have a new cover that will be similar in design to the new book. Publishers like to do that sort of thing. But here is the original cover you are familiar with.
But back to the NEW book, What Every Horse Should Know.
The cover banner says
Respect, Patience, and Partnership
No Fear of People or Things
No Fear of Restriction or Restraint
and here is the Table of Contents.
The book is in full color with hundreds of photos, artwork and diagrams.
From the Introduction of What Every Horse Should Know
Horses are Wonderful Already
“Wild horses know everything they need to survive. They are complete. It’s when we domesticate a horse and bring him into our world that he needs to learn new things in order to adapt. As we develop a partnership with him, it is best to preserve those things that make a horse a horse. That way, there are no losers — both human and horse emerge winners. If you work together for safety, effectiveness, and unity, it will be a satisfying and successful experience.”
7 1/2″ x 10″
Full color photos and artwork