Éduquer le poulain
Author: Véronique de Saint Vaulry
Appuyé sur l'expérience de l'auteur, ce livre s'inspire des plus récentes recherches en éthologie, des pratiques comportementales et de l'héritage classique pour proposer des solutions concrètes, accessibles, souvent innovantes. Il évoque notamment les techniques d'apprivoisement, la mise au licol et à l'attache, le respect et la sécurité, la motivation et la pédagogie, l'apprentissage des aides gestuelles, tactiles et vocales, la gestion raisonnée de la peur et l'évitement des défenses. Au propriétaire qui souhaite faire de l'éducation une belle histoire d'amitié, cet ouvrage offre un parcours progressif, dans un souci permanent de sécurité. Par où commencer ? Quels signes attendre pour aller plus loin ? Comment compenser l'absence d'installations adaptées ? Au professionnel soucieux de rentabiliser son temps, il propose des techniques étonnamment efficaces, pour optimiser les procédures habituelles, accélérer les progrès et contourner les difficultés, dans le respect physique et mental permanent du poulain.
Author: Mary O'Hara
Aimed at the 9+ age group, 'Thunderhead' is the engrossing story of Ken's hopes for the mighty Thunderhead and their mountain adventure. It aims to captivate boys and girls alike.
Author: Pat Parelli, Kathy Kadash, Kathy Swan, Karen Parelli
Publisher: Lyons Press
The horse- and rider-training handbook of an internationally renowned master horseman.
The Equine Tapestry
Author: Lesli Kathman
Color has fascinated horse lovers for centuries, and the story of the formation of the different breeds is closely tied to the subject of color. The Equine Tapestry explores the role color has played, both from a historical perspective and in changing trends of the modern horse world. Combining a modern understanding of genetics with a wealth of historical documentation, this series gives a more complete picture of the founding of the different breeds and shows how this relates to the unusual colors popular in the present day. An Introduction to Colors and Patterns opens the series with a look at the different colors and patterns, giving detailed explanations written in plain English. Full color photos and illustrations are used throughout to enhance the text.
Author: Patricia Briggs
Experience the fantasy and adventure of #1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Brigg's first published novel—the thrilling start of the Sianim series... After an upbringing of proper behavior and oppressive expectations, Aralorn fled her noble birthright for a life of adventure as a mercenary spy. But her latest mission involves more peril than she ever imagined. Agents of Sianim have asked her to gather intelligence on the increasingly popular and powerful sorcerer Geoffrey ae'Magi. Soon Aralorn comes to see past the man's striking charisma—and into a soul as corrupt and black as endless night. And few have the will to resist the sinister might of Geoffrey and his minions. So Aralorn, aided by her enigmatic companion, Wolf, join the growing rebellion against the ae'Magi. But in a war against an enemy armed with the powers of illusion, how do you know who the true enemy is—or where he will strike next?
Guide on how to care for the hoofs of your horses.
Publisher: Charles River Editors via PublishDrive
Molière was a French playwright who is considered to be one of the greatest comedians in all of Western literature. With classics such as Tartuffe, The School for Wives, and The Misanthrope, Molière is one of the most widely read playwrights in history. This edition of Amphitryon includes a table of contents.
Piaffer and Passage
One of the best known of France's classical horsemen, General Decarpentry (1876-1956) wrote Piaffer and Passage in 1931 while at Saumur. This title offers a written framework for a logical, methodical programme of dressage in the classical French tradition.
This is a new release of the original 1949 edition.
The Last Guardian
Author: David Gemmell
Publisher: Hachette UK
The gateway between past and present has opened, and evil forces of enormous power are unleashed. To close the gateway, the Sword of God must be found, and all that is known is that it shines in the clouds above the City of Beasts - a city ruled by the Dark Queen. Only one man can stand at the gateway of time - Jon Shannow, the Last Guardian. The hunters from his past who seek his death are but the first obstacle. For what Shannow doesn't know is that his actions could warp time itself - and herald the doom of worlds.
Author: Francois Baucher
Publisher: Arkose Press
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Author: J. K. Huysmans
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
As soon as I had finished my studies my parents deemed it useful to my career to cause me to appear before a table covered with green cloth and surmounted by the living busts of some old gentlemen who interested themselves in knowing whether I had learned enough of the dead languages to entitle me to the degree of Bachelor. The test was satisfactory. A dinner to which all my relations, far and near, were invited, celebrated my success, affected my future, and ultimately fixed me in the law. Well, I passed my examination and got rid of the money provided for my first year's expenses with a blond girl who, at times, pretended to be fond of me.