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In 2006, Storey Publishing released my book How to Think Like a Horse in English in paperback and hardbound with this cover. I took the photo for the original cover at a friend’s (Randy Dunn) ranch near Laramie, Wyoming. He’s one of the partners in the Come to the Source Quarter Horse sale in Wyoming (if you are a follower of working Quarter horse bloodlines you already know about that sale).

Since then, “Think” has been reprinted 16 times and there are over 100,000 copies in print in English.

It is was released in 2007 in Dutch. You’ll notice that foreign publishers often redesign the cover using an out-take from my photo shoot or a portion of my original photo. Same horses, different view.

Denken ALS EEN Paard
Het handbook om te begrijpen waarom paarden doen wat ze doen
by Forte Publishing

And in 2009 it came out in German – another photo of those great horses.

So tickt Ihr Pferd
Pferde richtig verstehen lernen
Publisher Muller Ruschlikon Verlag

At this time, “Think” is being translated into several other languages which I believe include Spanish, Czechoslovakian and Icelandic.

To learn about foreign versions of my books, visit

Chronology of Books and Videos
by Cherry Hill

Now back to the new cover of How to Think Like a Horse.

So that it would “match” it’s new companion book, “What Every Horse Should Know”

here is the new “Think” cover. This is also a photo I took of one of Randy Dunn’s mares in Wyoming.


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