Trust Instead of Dominance
Working Towards a New Form of Ethical Horsemanship
Written from a behavioural science perspective, and covering a range of topics from herd behaviour to the concept of hierarchy, this illustrated guide to horsemanship explains how to foster a more holistic relationship between human and steed. Slightly off-mint.
Starting out in Eventing
An Introduction to Having Fun Cross-Country
In this illustrated manual, an experienced trainer, judge and course designer describes the key considerations for both horse and rider when tackling the cross-country component of eventing, including advice on schooling schedules and approaching specific obstacles.
A Quiet Word with Your Horse
Learning by Reward - The Key to Motivation and Trust
Based on the concept of positive reinforcement, the clicker training system outlined in this handbook by behavioural biologist and equine specialist Marlitt Wendt explains communication methods that can be modified to suit the individual horse’s character.
More Fun with Clicker Training
How Communication and Signing Can Improve Learning with Your Dog
Clicker training uses incentives to improve the initiative and overall behaviour of a dog. This guide outlines the basic premise of the method and advises on training for a variety of scenarios, such as pulling on the lead.
Ways to Stimulate Your Dog's Brain and Avoid Boredom
In this illustrated handbook the canine psychologist Anders Hallgren outlines a series of simple physical and mental exercises that are designed to stimulate the senses and challenge the intelligence of our four-legged friends. Slightly off-mint.
Training for a Supple Horse
Written by the noted dressage trainer Johannes Beck-Broichsitter and illustrated with colour photographs, this step-by-step guide to lateral work outlines training, stretching and loosening regimens designed to improve a horse’s suppleness and keep him moving freely. Slightly off-mint.