Objective and effective, this step-by-step guidebook provides the tools to develop a means of clear communication between trainer and horse. Not only does this resource illustrate how to evaluate a behaviorally challenged horse, it also develops a training plan specifically designed for the problem animal. By explaining the simple but powerful forces that drive horses, this remarkable handbook instructs how to cue horses so that they instantly understand and respond accordingly. Trainers and horses will benefit with this consistent and logical plan, which discusses assessment, the rehab process, and training.
Ryan Gingerich is a professional horse trainer and the creator of Connective Horsemanship, which applies scientific research into horse behavior. His method crosses all disciplines and is used at his National Equine Behavior Center to rehabilitate every breed of horse. He lives in Moscow Mills, Missouri. Ami Hendrickson is an author, a screenwriter, a writing consultant, and a horse owner. She is the founder of Muse Ink, which provides writing and marketing resources to writers. She lives in Coloma, Michigan.