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Dancing with Horses: The Art of Body Language by  transl.)  Klaus Ferdinand ( McCormack - Hardcover - 3rd ptg - 2002 - from AardBooks and

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Dancing with Horses: The Art of Body Language

by Hempfling, Klaus Ferdinand ( McCormack, transl.)

Condition: VG+/VG (see notes) /VG

North Pomfret, VT: Trafalgar Square. VG+/VG (see notes). 2002. 3rd ptg. hardcover. small 4to . 204pp . 1/2" tear top rear spine of DJ. In mylar. .

Dominance without punishment, collection without rein pressure, these apparent contradictions are explained as this charismatic new author demonstrates his revolutionary method of teaching and training based upon precisely defined body language. The method, a way of communicating in a visual language understood by the horse, assists the rider to develop a 'presence' and to achieve interaction with the horse. It is classically based and embodies both holistic and spiritual principles. Packed with marvellous colour photographs this book has already been a bestseller in Germany, France, Spain and Scandinavia and will enthral every horse owner.



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