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3-Minute Horsemanship: 60 Amazingly Achievable Lessons to Improve Your Horse When Time Is Short
Contributor(s): Bee, Vanessa
ISBN: 1570766207     ISBN-13: 9781570766206
Publisher: Trafalgar Square Pub
    OUR PRICE: $25.16  
Product Type: Paperback - Other Formats
Published: October 2013
We have all been told that when we work with horses, we should feel like we have all the time in the world. After all, on one end of the lead rope is a horse that needs a chance to understand what is being asked and enough time to figure out the right answer. But on the other end of the lead rope is a twenty-first-century horse owner, often with a full calendar, a mobile phone, and always one eye on the clock. Day after day we promise to train ourselves and our horses to improve, but when we get to the barn, there never seems to be enough time. But as it turns out, what really matters is the quality of the training you do manage to fit in. It really is possible to carry out solid, progressive training with a horse in only three minutes a day! In this invaluable book, educator and horse trainer Vanessa Bee shares her own brief, digestible lessons that can ultimately produce significant gains in horse and human in very short sessions. 35 ground exercises, 25 ridden exercises, and 15 “real world” scenarios will help you and your horse succeed in no time!

Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Horses; Training.
BISAC Categories:
- Sports & Recreation | Equestrian
Dewey: 636.1/0835
LCCN: 2013009920
Academic/Grade Level: General Adult
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 10.25" H x 8.25" W x 0.50" (1.40 lbs) 174 pages
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Contributor Bio(s):
Vanessa Bee is the founder of the International Horse Agility Club ( With a training facility in England and her own method known as Positive Horsemanship, she specializes in building relationships between horses and handlers from the ground up.

Vanessa has been around horses most of her life, working in racing stables throughout her teens, then driving competitively into her early twenties. In the late nineties, Vanessa began to read, study, and work with some of the greatest horsemen of the age. She soon discovered that there are as many ways of teaching horsemanship as there are horses and handlers in the world.

As a qualified teacher with a degree in education, Vanessa has used her skills to develop a series of courses that teach people of all abilities and experience levels to achieve a positive relationship with their horse. By creating the International Horse Agility Club, she has provided a social and competitive outlet for those relationships to grow. She is the author of The Horse Agility Handbook and the Horse Agility DVD.