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by Kathleen Lindley

  • Author: Kathleen Lindley
  • ISBN: 1555663869
  • ISBN13: 978-1555663865
  • ePub: 1946 kb | FB2: 1919 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Pets & Animal Care
  • Publisher: Johnson Books (November 30, 2006)
  • Pages: 131
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 272
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In the Company of Horses: A Year on the Road With Horseman Mark Rashid ePub download

I have read all Mark Rashid's books, and like his philosophy of horses. IN THE COMPANY OF HORSES implements Mark's philosophy as Kathleen Lindley writes about the year she spent as Mark's assistant.

I have read all Mark Rashid's books, and like his philosophy of horses. She gleans a great deal about how she should live; basically she learned a lot about how to live from her dealings with horses, and with Mark. Mark's calm, patient handling of adverse conditions, and the horses' understanding of keeping things simple impressed Ms. Lindley and she passes that on to her readers

When Kathleen Lindley showed up at one of Mark Rashid's horsemanship clinics, she told him that she didn?t know . The time sequence on the book is unclear: we're spending a year on the road with these two, but there are flashbacks? It's pretty muddled

When Kathleen Lindley showed up at one of Mark Rashid's horsemanship clinics, she told him that she didn?t know who he was and didn?t really care, as long as he could fix her horse. In the course of working with him and learning about his way of training horses, not only was Kathleen's horse ?fixed, ? her life was changed. The time sequence on the book is unclear: we're spending a year on the road with these two, but there are flashbacks? It's pretty muddled. And the author irritated me as a rider; she's a pro, but physically in not great shape from stroke and injuries.

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When Kathleen Lindley showed up at one of Mark Rashid's horsemanship clinics, she told him that she didn?t .

When Kathleen Lindley showed up at one of Mark Rashid's horsemanship clinics, she told him that she didn?t know who he was and didn?t really care, as long as he could fix her horse. This book documents her time spent with Mark Rashid and the deeper appreciation and knowledge she gained for horses and life while there. Prices in £GBP ( Prices updated.

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Find nearly any book by Kathleen Lindley. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. A Life With Horses: Spirit of the Work. by Mark Rashid, Kathleen Lindley. ISBN 9781555664077 (978-1-55566-407-7) Softcover, Johnson Books, 2007.

My Horses, My Teachers" by Alois Podhajsky Amazing book that gave me an amazing insight into my horse and all the horses that I have been lucky .

My Horses, My Teachers" by Alois Podhajsky Amazing book that gave me an amazing insight into my horse and all the horses that I have been lucky enough to have in my life. Title: My Horses, My TeachersAuthor: Podhajsky, AloisPublisher: Trafalgar SquarePublication Date: of Pages: Binding Type: PAPERBACKLibrary of Congress: 96050410.

It was the road taken by the Joad family in the Grapes of Wrath; for them, as for hundreds of thousands of real-life . In agricultural regions, towns and communities could survive without the road, but in the sparsely-populated desert areas, many small communities just disappeared.

It was the road taken by the Joad family in the Grapes of Wrath; for them, as for hundreds of thousands of real-life dustbowl refugees, Route 66 was the road that led from the hell of dusty Oklahoma to the paradise of California, where the peach trees and vines were always laden with succulent, luxurious fruit, just waiting to be picked. Today, for instance, nothing but a solitary palm tree and a wooden signboard marks the site of the one-time Bagdad, California.

When Kathleen Lindley showed up at one of Mark Rashid's horsemanship clinics, she told him that she didn?t know who he was and didn?t really care, as long as he could fix her horse. In the course of working with him and learning about his way of training horses, not only was Kathleen's horse ?fixed, ? her life was changed. This book documents her time spent with Mark Rashid and the deeper appreciation and knowledge she gained for horses and life while there.
Ka
Ms Lindley's book was entertaining and an easy read, but, more importantly, it was concrete and useful. I finished it this morning and went out this afternoon and practiced some the concepts she describes: focus, breathing, and confidence. I saw the effect on my riding and my horse's movement. Most exciting was going to the pasture, visualizing my horse coming to me to be haltered; and she did! I worked on my breathing and visualizing easy transitions and my mare was soft and collected. My trainer said I looked the most relaxed and balanced she's ever seen me. She tells a good story in the same tradition of Mark Rashid and also connected some of the dots for me from what he writes about. I'm looking forward to her next book! She and Mark can't write them fast enough for me!
Fenrikasa
Both enlightening and practical. This book is clearly written and makes points in way that Mark Rashid himself (I love his books) is not always able to. I think this comes from this author's more "traditional" horse training background, which so many of us share. (BTW: If you are into jumping then this book is definitely for you!)

I found this a wonderful complement to Mark's own books. It stands well on its own, too. I would recommend this as a first exposure to Mark Rashid's philosophies for anyone who wants to "get to the point" a little quicker than reading through all of Mark's books. But if you've already read all of Mark's books, you won't be disappointed either!
Invissibale
I have read all Mark Rashid's books, and like his philosophy of horses. IN THE COMPANY OF HORSES implements Mark's philosophy as Kathleen Lindley writes about the year she spent as Mark's assistant. She gleans a great deal about how she should live; basically she learned a lot about how to live from her dealings with horses, and with Mark. Mark's calm, patient handling of adverse conditions, and the horses' understanding of keeping things simple impressed Ms. Lindley and she passes that on to her readers. Even if I did not live around and love horses, this book would speak to me on how to live my life. The book is not long in size, but long in meaning.
Bu
If you haven't worked with Kathleen Lindley this modestly written book may not tip you off to her notable skills as a clinician. However, it may well prompt you to seek her out! A quick and compelling read that clearly encapsulates core concepts of Mark Rashid's unique work. As a coach of Mary Wanless's rider techniques I find this approach unbeatable for horse trainers and owners. Not just a strategy for working with horses...a guide to compassionate living!
Kelezel
I would love to be able to experience traveling with Mark Rashid the way Kathlee Lindley did. She put her experiences into wonderful words, I was there as much as I could be.
Gavidor
Love it!!
Gandree
It is often good to see the insights and opinions of those whom have been affected by someone elses knowledge and abilities. In the Company of Horses: A Year on the Road With Horseman Mark Rashid puts you on the road and in the clinics with the eyes, ears and emotions of many of his students.
After reading the first five pages of this book, I put my pen down as I knew I'd underline about 80 percent of what I was reading.

Chapter titles include 'Point of View', 'Softness', 'Mean Well' and within the chapters are well thought, priceless vignettes of self-discovery ranging from learning with Mark and horses, the life style of an on-the road clinicians, working with students and how this thoughtful style of consistent horsemanship changes self and permeates life.

This time through, I'm devouring it - skimming words, slowing down here and there, nodding in agreement, delighting in the aha-moments. As soon as I compete the book, I'll start my second reading - going slowly, savouring the Lindley's words and experiences along this horsemanship road that beckons and calls us just over the next hill.
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