Author(s): Jessica Jahiel
Training a horse brings an array of vexing challenges. What should a rider do with a horse who just won't listen? What about the horse who quickly tires, or becomes cranky during training? And there are horses who behave well in the presence of an instructor, but -maddeningly - never while alone with the rider. Situations like these can leave even the most enthusiastic equestrian feelingdiscouraged, frustrated, and even downright, helpless.Jessica Jahiel comes to the rescue with "The Horse Training Problem Solver", the third title in her popular "Problem Solver" series. In her informal yet informative style, Jahiel offers sensible answers to riders' most common training challenges. In a handy, accessible Q&A format, Jahiel uses real-life case studies to bring troublesome situations to life and then solves the problems with tested, proven solutions.The book's combination of basic training theory, effective solutions, and handy tips and strategies will help riders get the most out of every training session. Best of all, Jahiel breaks down training goals -from simple commands.
What should a rider do with a horse that won t listen? What about a horse that tires quickly or becomes cranky during training? If these questions sound like something you might ask, this is a book you will find vary useful. "Western Times"