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Cherry Hill’s comprehensive collection of 101 ground-training exercises leads you and your horse through catching, yielding, turning, sacking out, backing, longeing, long lining, doing obstacle work, and much more. Every exercise is fully illustrated and described in easy-to-follow, step-by-step language that you can refer to during your ground training work — simply hang the book in the barn or on a fence post, and you’re ready to go! The exercises include clear goals, variations, common problems to watch out for, and lesson reviews.
Cherry Hill is an internationally known instructor and horse trainer and has written numerous books, including 101 Arena Exercises for Horse & Rider, Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage, How to Think Like a Horse, What Every Horse Should Know, and Horse Care for Kids. Visit her at www.horsekeeping.com, where you can find information on her books, DVDs, and horsekeeping knowledge.
After a long, snowy, limited riding winter, my 22 year old trail horse and I find these exercises as a great way for both of us to get our heads "in the game" before we... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bea Young
Excellent book for the novice owner/writer and beyond. Loved the format, explanations, illustrations, and the cross-referencing. Extremely well done. Arrived quickly.Published 1 month ago by Sheralin Conkey
Not an in depth training manual but has very some good, easy to follow exercises. Liked the illustrations. Well written. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
GREAT book. I have purchased 3 so far - 1 for me, 1 for my boarder and 1 for my trainer!Published 2 months ago by Linda A. Hislop
Love having a closer relationship with my horse and this just makes it better!!Published 2 months ago by Nancy Stetson
Excellent source for ground training! Easy enough for a beginner to follow, but useful for everybody.Published 2 months ago by E. Staeheli
I really like this book. It was very helpful in stirring a playful heart between me and my horse.Published 3 months ago by Roxann Cooksey