Turning Challenging Horses Into Willing Partners
“Turning Challenging Horses into Willing Partners is a refreshing book written in an honest and straightforward fashion that many riders will appreciate. It starts off exploring the challenges horses present, and their root causes, and goes on to explain how to deal with those common issues. Included are tips from top professionals such as Denny Emerson, Jutta Heinsohn and Kels Bonham …”
Book Review from Equine Wellness magazine
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“I couldn’t put this book down! Nanette Levin’s fresh approach and keen horse sense helps the reader demystify a horse’s reaction to its challenges in life, creating a common sense direction to training. . . . Do yourself, and your horse, a favor and read this book from cover to cover.”
Linda (Rabideau) Rubin
Past President, New England Appaloosa Racing Association
“This book is refreshingly void of any ego bolstering frills and endless ‘tooting my own horn’ anecdotes. I really like it. Horse training is not rocket science, but requires a good knowledge of the nature of horses. Nanette Levin captured this very well and I like the solutions. Actually, I will surely try a few.”
Equine massage/body work therapist
“Turning Challenging Horses Into Willing Partners, is a must read for the horse owner, novice or professional. . . . Whether you are searching for insight into how to handle new behaviors your horse is showing you, or like me, you are always on the look-out to increase awareness or gain understanding of horse conduct and training methods, this easy to read guide provides sound techniques and sensible suggestions to address these issues.”
Horse trainer and clinician
An engaging, fun, and instructional guide with practical ideas to solve even the most frustrating equine problems
In this personable guide, equine professional Nanette Levin illustrates how to get smart, safe and creative when working with your horse. Her positive advice – from how to listen to your horse to crafting a communications and training plan he will embrace – is appropriate for novices and professionals alike. Through real-world case studies, Levin demonstrates that “problem horses” are often created by humans, and shows how, with a keen eye and a responsive attitude, anyone can communicate effectively with his horse.
In the Tips from the Professional Trenches section, international experts from a variety of disciplines offer opinions, stories, insight and ideas for turning difficult horses into eager pleasers and exceptional performers.
Readers will enjoy experiencing these true stories, putting the tips into action, and turning their horses into willing and able partners.
Trade soft cover, 163 pages, $19.99, Includes index and glossary