Think Like a Pony on the Ground Work Book by Lynn Henry
  

Think Like a Pony on the Ground Work Book

Written by Lynn Henry
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Part of the Think Like a Pony Series

RRP £12.95

Synopsis

Think Like a Pony on the Ground Work Book by Lynn Henry

Think Like A Pony is for parents and children. By reading this book with their children, they can learn together and enjoy the fascinating journey of understanding pony behaviour. Through this knowledge and understanding it can be seen how a pony can become: safe to be with, safe to handle, safe to ride and a willing friend and partner. The book is suitable for children between 6-12 years old. Work Book Three is the fourth book in the series after Foundation Book and Work Book 1 and Work Book 2 . The chapter topics include: Follow your nose; Move on a circle; Turning with your pony on a circle; Asking your pony to keep his nose on a circle; Transitions on a circle; Moving sideways; Leading your pony from his shoulder; Narrow spaces; Obstacles; and, New things.

Reviews

The Think Like a Pony collection of workbooks will provide an invaluable education in horsemanship--on the ground and in the saddle. -- Carl Hester

About the Author

Lynn Henry is a registered Equine Ethology Instructor, living in West Yorkshire. A dedicated senior school teacher before leaving to bring up her family of 3 boys and a girl. Lynn has a lifelong passion for teaching and particularly the teaching of children. Lynn has dedicated 14 years to horse psychology, with particular emphasis on building a strong foundation on which to develop a better understanding, harmony and friendship between pony and student.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
77 pages

Author

Lynn Henry
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Publisher

Kenilworth Press Ltd an imprint of Quiller Publishing Ltd

Publication date

3rd October 2007

ISBN

9781905693122


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