Man and horse live closely together for millennia. Anyone who has never dealt with horses, don’t know what is special to them. A horse is a free, independent, and incredibly strong. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Gunnar Peterson. It is a wonderful feeling when your horse goes along with you and follows. You encourage and call you, are honest and straightforward, let you ride on them, forgive you the one or other errors, are good-natured, eager to learn, curious and trusting. Whenever the man broke up, to win the world the horse was his friend and companion. (Han Silvester) The knowledge of the true nature of horses is the first basis of horsemanship and each rider must make it his main compartment.
(Francois Robichon de la Gueriniere) always a horse is a horse without a rider. A rider without a horse just a human being. (Stanislaw Jerzy LEC) A horse can borrow the speed and force his rider, he even not fit but can a smart rider remembers always keep in mind that both only on loan was. (Pam Brown). Horses are more than animals for riding. You are a setting with four legs.
They have instincts, thoughts and feelings. (Pat Parelli) Thinking rider the bond with his horse will be an affair of the heart. (Kurt Albrecht) “The horse is your mirror. It never flatters you. It reflects your temperament. It reflects and its fluctuations. Never get angry about a horse; you could worry as well about your mirror. (Rudolph G. Binding) on a noble horse it is estimated not his strength, but his character. (Confucius) horses can bring to the water but can’t force it to drink. “(unknown)” when I worked for always honest, my horse will carry me to the end of the world. (E. F. Seidler) people should spend less time to whisper something to her horses, she should try it with this, listen to the horses. (America’s Horse magazine) the best reward is always, if you rest your horse after a good performance can be. (Xenophon) and exactly this special bond between man and horse is welcome home, Amy, Britta Kummer author, publishing the book: books on demand, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8423-4722-9, euro 21,90, paperback ISBN 978-3-8423-4736-6, EUR 11.90 company information: Britta Kummer is a writer and author. She writes cookbooks, children and youth -, was born on the 02.10.1970 in Hagen and now lives in Ennepetal. You will find more information