Books tagged: colt starting

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Round Penning: First Steps to Starting a Horse
Series: Horse Training How-To, Book 1. Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 34,790. Language: English. Published: September 24, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Equestrian, Nonfiction » Home and Garden » Pets & livestock
The changes you can make in the round pen are amazing – but training there is about much more than simply running a horse in circles. There are objective and progressive steps. This guide to the proven methods of John Lyons, shows you exactly what to do, in which specific order, and why. You’ll build a strong foundation on your green horse - or reset the attitude of a more mature horse.
How to Start a Horse
Series: Horse Training How-To, Book 4. Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 28,630. Language: English. Published: September 25, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Equestrian, Nonfiction » Home and Garden » Pets & livestock
This book offers simple and objective training for the unbroke horse, from 1st-time bridling and saddling to sacking out, bridle work from the ground, pre-mount work, and your (necessarily short) first ride. Learn the proven methods of John Lyons, safety tips and tricks to save time. Put a solid foundation on your young, green horse, a solid start that pays big dividends for the rest of his life.
Starting the Colt
Price: $6.00 USD. Words: 38,300. Language: English. Published: April 13, 2013 by Raven Publishing of Montana. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Action & Adventure / Survival Stories, Fiction » Children’s books » Lifestyles / Farm & Ranch Life
In this sequel to Jan Young's coming-of-age story, The Orange Slipknot, 12-year-old Ben Lucas strives to balance his desire to gain his father's approval with his need to follow his own convictions. Ben finally has a colt to start and is learning a gentler way to do it. Can he buck out some colts to please his dad, whose ways with a horse are rough, or is he "man" enough to follow his own heart?