Michael Guerini is a horseman, author and scientist from Gilroy, California. From an early age he gained valuable experience working with his family to train horses. To this day he continues to work with his family to develop a whole horse relationship training and education program. Michael studies Dressage, performance horses and teaches routinely on the merits of good horsemanship and improving the relationship of the horse and rider (www.dunmovinranch.com).
As a scientist, Michael is involved in the areas of genetics, microbiology and most things relating to the world of biotechnology. In 2011, Michael introduced his first work of fiction about a scientist who becomes a veterinarian and puts all his skills to work in solving medical problems in animals (Old Towne: Beginnings). A rich work with both human and animal characters and a fun wholesome read, great for youth interested in how the worlds of veterinary medicine and biotechnology work.
Michael is a Lifetime member of the American Quarter Horse Association and a Lifetime (Founding Pioneers) Member of the Western Dressage Association of America.
Michael has authored two non-fiction books on Ground Work and Advanced Responsive Riding for the horsemen and horsewomen. With his unique blend of ground work, dressage and general colt starting philosophy, he can help you build a stronger relationship with your horse.
My first work of fiction, Old Towne: Beginnings was released in December 2011.
My first work of Poetry/Free verse, Of Horses & Life, was released as a free publication in April of 2012.
Where to find Michael Guerini online
Coach's Corral 5 Rides to Relaxation - Part I
This guide from Coach’s Corral shares ways that you as the rider can manage and improve the situation to help your horse achieve relaxation. With relaxation the horse and rider has improved safety, an enhanced ability to learn, and overall the ride is much more pleasurable.
Coach's Corral 5 Day Plan to Prepare your Horse for the Veterinarian or Farrier
In this guide, the Coach’s Corral team outlines some safety precautions and provides a 5 day plan to help you be successful in preparing your horse for a visit from the veterinarian or farrier (this also works well for chiropractic and dental visits for your horse). It is a good idea that you repeat this program over the course of a few weeks, working your horse for five days.
Dr. Mike's Horsemanship Responsive Riding
In this book Dr. Mike provides numerous training exercises so that riders will gain a better feel of the horse. Each exercise is well described and shares with you the benefit of performing the exercise. The book includes multiple warm-up exercises for getting better directional control and the proper use of your legs when riding. Advanced exercises are included for enhanced responsiveness.
Dr. Mike's Horsemanship Riding Exercises
This book includes 12 easy to follow riding exercises complete with written instructions and diagrams. Great for warm-ups and giving you and your horse some new challenges. These exercises incorporate Classical and Western Dressage Elements.
Dr. Mike's Horsemanship Ground Steps to Success
This electronic book focuses on helping you work safely and effectively with your horse by building a strong training foundation. Information includes: 1) Preparation for Ground work and Riding 2) Understanding your Horse's body language 3) Pre-signal and preparatory commands, and 4) Ground Steps to Success (walk, whoa, disengage hips, back, go forward cue and other movements.
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Smashwords book reviews by Michael Guerini
- Storm and the Magic Saddle
on June 16, 2012
picked this book up about a week ago and I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story. The horses are wonderful and have interesting conversations. I completely love the interactions of the horses with Buzz as well as the Armadillo. As a horseman, I appreciate the good quality horsemanship advice that this book shares. Reta, Dave, Donnie and Robbie are a great wholesome family. Dr. Adams is a great character and I think he reminds me of an old veterinarian I know.
I strongly recommend this book for children, YA and horse lovers.