Discuss and review the best horsey books around
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An amazing book all about how to become a passive leader instead of the alpha (dominant) person. It explains the story of the author (Mark Rashid) and how he became involved with horses, and how, he learnt to connect and help troubled horses by being passive and not dominant. It's great as it's more of a story than a how-to book, and has very interesting ideas, which has helped me to no end. I highly recommend this book for early teens right up to 100!!!
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Mark Rashid is one of my favourite writers and I think this is the best one of his - either that or Good Horse is Never a Bad Colour. The writing style is great and I think you can learn lots from them as books, too.
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