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Musings rather than practical advice,
This review is from: Whole Heart, Whole Horse: Building Trust Between Horse and Rider (Hardcover)I enjoyed reading this book, but to be honest I had expected to be more enlightened on achieving trust between horse and rider. It was more autobiographical in terms of the horses Mark Rashid had known. I perhaps should have read one of his earlier books to get more from this one. But as I say I was expecting more practical advice on particular problem solving, and perhaps case studies of how he had resolved problems he had encountered. I have had his lectures and techniques recommended to me by someone who has seen his work, so again maybe he is better in life than in print!
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Initial post: 30 Jun 2011 22:22:30 BDT
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Ms. C. A. Malin says:
I think you have missed the point that Mark is trying to make. That all horses and their problems/issues are different and stem from different reasons, in order to know how to deal with their problems and issues he 'listens' to each indivual horse, so there isnt really a set in stone solution that he can give to his readers. If he did he would then be like a lot of the other so called Natural Horsemen that have jumped on the bandwagon.
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