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Horse, Follow Closely: Native American Horsemanship by Gawani Pony Boy
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 9.25" Height: 11" Weight: 1.8 lbs.
Release Date Apr 15, 2006
Publisher BowTie Press
ISBN 1931993890 ISBN13 9781931993890 UPC 731360938909
Availability 12 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 01:22.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Horse, Follow Closely: Native American Horsemanship?
BEAUTIFUL BOOK WITH A MESSAGE. OKAY, SO OTHER "HORSE WHISPERERS" HAVE A SIMILAR MESSAGE. THIS IS BEAUTIFUL Jan 13, 2008
Stepping Off the Edge: Learning & Living Spiritual Practice
Sick of boring old dressage? Overdone eventing? Wacky Western riding? In this stunningly beautiful volume, GaWaNi Pony Boy describes the roots of Native American riding. When Europeans arrived in the Americas, horses had disappeared long before. GaWaNi shows how the first Americans took to horses-- and created an awe inspiring bond and culture. I have not met GaWaNi, but I knew my husband would love his horsemanship the minute I saw this book. GaWaNi doesn't clip his horse's faces-- something my husband totally approves.
Of Woman and Horses Jan 12, 2007
All his books that I have read touch your soul - and make you smile, cry, and slap your hands and giggle - because you realize that your love for horses is as simple and as complex as another human's. Horse people - we're everywhere !
NOTHING UNIQUE FROM ANY OTHER NATURAL HORSEMANSHIP TRAINING Dec 18, 2006
I had hoped for perhaps a somewhat unique, Native American perspective on horsemanship; something a little different from othe natural horsemanship trainers selling books & dvds. But, this is the same methodology used by most all of them. It makes a pretty coffee table book, but has nothing new to offer unless this is your first foray into natural horsemanship. Basically, establishing yourself as the "Alpha" or leader, based on the well-known fact that horses want to follow a leader they trust. It emphasizes not using force or abuse & demonstrates how to control the horse's actions once you have established the basic trust/respect level required. I also viewed the dvd & was disappointed that Pony Boy used a perfectly trained horse in all his demonstrations. BORING! It's more of a pretty picture book than a useful instruction you can apply to your untrained horse. Not a book worth keeping in my horse book library.