Tellington-Kone, Linda, - Taylor, Sybil

Getting in touch with your horse. How to assess and influence personality, potential and performance


DKK 120,00

Take a look at any horse’s head,. Is his profile straight, or does he have a Roman nose, a dished face, or bumps below his eyes? Are his eyes soft and large, allmond-shaped, or hooded and half-closed? Are his ears broad and set wide apart, or are they fine, fluted, and narrow at the top? Believe it or not, all these aspects of a horse’ s face – when considered all together – can provide valuable information a bout his personality- He could be an uncomplicated sort: Confident, intelligent, a horse who lears easily. Or he could have a difficult or quriky personality, requiriing great patiencne and understanding on the part of his owner. The authors tell how to analyze the meaning of aa the psysical traits that indicate the horse’ s true personality, his inborn character. Learn how to read your horse’s head confirmation, as weel as the “Swirls” (patterns in the lay of hari) on face and body. The book provides detailed illustrations and exercises to help train your eye in identifying these characteristics.

Varenr. 79.65-28.- Uindbundet. – Illustreret. – 198 sider. – Pænt eksemplar. – 120 kr.

Trafalgar Square 2009

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Indhold: READING THE HEAD: The profile. – The jowls. – Bumps and bulges. – The muzzle and the mouth. – The lips. – The nostrils. – The chin. – The eyes. – The ears. – SWIRLS: Facial swirls. – Body swirls. – EXERCISES TO TRAIN YOUR EYE:Profiles and ears. – Nostrils and upper lip. – Chin. – Eyes. – 36 personality evalutions. – Helth: Its effect on personality. – Conformation. – Measurement and proportion. – Normal and abnormal. – Frontlegs. – Hindlegs. – Backs. – Necks. – Five illustrated case studies of poor confirmations. – Work with the tail to create self-confidence. – Soreness and pain. – Health and environment. – Diet. Parasites. – Exercise and companionship. – The stable. – Thyroid imbalance. – Hormonal imbalance. – Eyesight. – Is it he horse or is it the equipment? – Bring out the best in your horse. – Mathching horse and rider. – Mix, match and mismatch. – Horses and teachers. – Matchmaking. – Epilogue. – Resources.