Monte Foreman spent his professional life working with horses—as a cowboy, arena performer, U.S. cavalryman, polo player, competitor, and trainer.
Patrick Wyse is a full-time professional riding instructor who trains and films the techniques of more than 600 students each year at Horse Wyse Ranch near Townsend, Montana.
MONTY FOREMAN WAS DEFINITELY AHEAD OF HIS TIME. VERY CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS AND GREAT PICTURES. FANTASTIC VALUE FOR THE MONEY i'D BUY IT AGAINPublished 13 months ago by Joyce Montgomery
This old boy knew his stuff. The pictures and descriptions are superb. I only wish I could afford a balanced ride saddle.Published 13 months ago by Paul R. Carr
This is the best book about western horse riding that I've read ease to fallow right to the point . Monte was a genius way Ahead of his time every horse rider should have this book... Read morePublished 16 months ago by mauricio maraboli
The Monty Foremen stop is what taught me how to stop my horse who was given to me because he had no brakes and I was too dumb to be scared. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lyn Hannah
My father-in-law, Monte Foreman and his good friend and colleague Pat Wyse were visionaries on horseback. Read morePublished on December 2, 2012 by Librarian in Colorado
really enjoyed this book. It is well thought out and very informative, and I use it to cross-reference all the time. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by Renata Crowley