Of Life and Horses-The Nature of the Horse by Ann Nyberg Bradley
Of Life and Horses is more than a primer on equine behavior. It is a comprehensive look into understanding the nature of horses and attaining harmony with these magnificent beings. How do horses see their world - literally as well as figuratively? What makes them do the things they do? How can we develop a means of communication with an animal so different in nature from ourselves? These questions and so many more are addressed in Of Life and Horses.
About the Author
Ann Bradley attended Kansas State University and her love for horses goes back more than fifty years to her childhood. From the Mission Valley Pony Club to working on a Wyoming cattle ranch, she showed hunter/jumper, broke and started colts, galloped and conditioned racehorses, and was the hunt seat instructor for the Park College Equine Program. Ms. Bradley is currently a freelance trainer and riding instructor in the Kansas City area.
Paperback: 148 pages
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (September 1, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches