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Your Foal: Essential Training (Volume 5) Paperback – July 14, 2012
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Now with two additional chapters, "Teach Your Horse to Stand Tied" and "Teach Your Horse to Come to You."
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"If you could simply throw the horse into a pasture and come back two or three years later with a saddle, you could forgo this book - but that's not really possible. Above the simple fact that we'd like to pet our baby and hang out with him, there are other considerations. Between now and your foal's first saddling, he's got to learn to stand for the vet, to be haltered, to respect our space, to be led from here to there - the list goes on. Your job then, is to shepherd your foal for the next couple of years. You'll steer negative behavior into something positive, you'll quash poor habits, you'll set boundaries for the life of your horse.
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I adopted an orphan foal and was hoping to get a bit more info about this.
Also didnt like the author and all his copy right stories, put me off as it seems really arrogant