Horsemanship

Horsemanship[PDF] ✓ Horsemanship ✪ Gina McKnight – Heartforum.co.uk Journey through country stables, city trails, working round pens, and shining arenas where you will find equestrian wisdom from around the world What does horsemanship mean to you The question asked o Journey through country stables, city trails, working round pens, and shining arenas where you will find equestrian wisdom from around the world What does Horsemanship mean to you The question asked of cowboys, horse trainers, clinicians, equine writers, eventers, bull riders, barrel racers, and As a freelance writer, Gina McKnight connects with amazing horsemen and horsewomen They are the inspiration for this book To read their entire interview, visit ginamc Thanks to each one for their contribution to this volume Special thanks to Zorka for inspiration and motivation Her charismatic character, along with her engaging art, continue to encourage and support our love for horses A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to local horse rescues.

Living in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains promotes inspiration and passion for creative writing children s literature, poetry, freelance, andGina is a graduate of Franklin University Leadership Scholar BA, Columbus, Ohio Writing at an early age, an avid reader and lover of words, Gina continues to be encouraged by her horses, neighbors, family and friends.

Paperback  ñ Horsemanship PDF/EPUB Ä
  • Paperback
  • 132 pages
  • Horsemanship
  • Gina McKnight
  • English
  • 15 September 2018
  • 0692093001

3 thoughts on “Horsemanship

  1. Roland Clarke says:

    Review 5 starsThis collection isthan a taster as it contains some profound quotes by equestrian people from around the world who were interviewed by Gina McKnight over the last few years.I enjoyed reading the diverse interpretations of horsemanship and was not surprised at the overlap Trust and respect kept being mentioned as well as understanding the horse s language To me horsemanship means two way communication between horse and rider based on mutual trust, respect and affection It Review 5 starsThis collection isthan a taster as it contains some profound quotes by equestrian people from around the world who were interviewed by Gina McKnight over the last few years.I enjoyed reading the diverse interpretations of horsemanship and was not surprised at the overlap Trust and respect kept being mentioned as well as understanding the horse s language To me horsemanship means two way communication between horse and rider based on mutual trust, respect and affection It isthan physical communication, it is mental and emotional as well Horsemanship leads to an intuitive connection so that communication requires no conscious thought Lee AtterburyWisconsin, USAEquestrianAuthor of Big Fracking Messwww.leeatterbury.comAnother theme in the thoughts is how important it is to develop a special relationship on an equal basis In fact, that seems to be the hidden message to many regardless of discipline or nationality To me, horsemanship, is having the ability to establish and then develop a productive relationship with a horse, which subsequently leads to earning the horse s trust and confidence in you Bill SladerOhio, USAEquine Photographerwww.billsladerphotography.comI loved reading about all those subtle ways of asking a horse to flourish, not forcing them but forging a natural bond These horse people understand that a rider must feel what is best for the horse This is real teamwork when human and horse are working together for fun or sport We are reminded that the horse can be a trainer and a partner And there is another crucial bond The definition of horsemanship is basically the skill, art or practise of riding horses What it means to me is love Pure love Love of a beast that is so big he can squash you like a grape but he won t because he loves you, too Karen MiscovichFlorida, USAOptimal Horse Environment Horse Boarding at Picalata FarmsThere are pages of horse wisdom here, and some of my favourite equestrian writers share their thoughts as well why not, they are equestrians too It would make for better equine human relationships if the human tried to thinklike the horse when in the saddle instead of assuming the horse is thinking feeling human thoughts and emotions TK LukasTexas, USAEquestrianAuthor of Orphan Moonwww.tklukas.comI have watched many proponents of horsemanship with their own techniques and yet, as this book shows so well, their approaches overlap they seem to have become unified with the horse.Glimpse that through this collection and at Gina McKnight s site www.gmcknight.com

  2. Jayne Smith says:

    I love my community of horsewomen like my sisters This book affirms what I discovered years ago once you have the shared interest of the wonderful world of horses in common, all defenses drop and there is an instant kinship The insight shared in Ms McKnight s compilation is extremely informative and heart warming No matter how varied the levels of competition and venues, the hearts of horse people beat strong in seeking the best interest of their horses, and I loved learning from their hard I love my community of horsewomen like my sisters This book affirms what I discovered years ago once you have the shared interest of the wonderful world of horses in common, all defenses drop and there is an instant kinship The insight shared in Ms McKnight s compilation is extremely informative and heart warming No matter how varied the levels of competition and venues, the hearts of horse people beat strong in seeking the best interest of their horses, and I loved learning from their hard earned wisdom in this book

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