Boulder, CO, March 07, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- MyHorse Daily, a new online community featuring daily articles from industry experts, how-to videos and horse care tips, announces the release of a new free guide for horse owners: Natural Horsemanship Training Explained: The history and philosophy behind natural horsemanship and what it means for you and your horse. MyHorse Daily members may download the guide for free at http://myhorse.com/free-guides/natural-horsemanship-training-explained.
Horses have been trained and ridden for eons, and the philosophies behind natural horsemanship are hardly new. But over the past few decades, there’s been a revolution in horse training, with more and more savvy equestrians using the horse’s natural instincts to form a partnership based on unity and willing communication. Many innovative trainers and clinicians have since spread the word about these less forceful conditioning methods. But what does “natural horsemanship” really mean? How can riders use it to better communicate with their horses?
In the new free guide Natural Horsemanship Training Explained: The history and philosophy behind natural horsemanship and what it means for you and your horse, readers will learn about the origins of natural horsemanship training and how it has influenced the trainers of today. The free guide examines the philosophy and teachings of natural horsemanship and how these skills and techniques can positively affect horses in training. Additionally, there is an in-depth look at one of the first natural horsemen, Tom Dorrance, and principles behind his training. Although Dorrance passed away in 2003, his teachings and philosophies are carried on by today’s natural horsemanship trainers and clinicians.
This guide is free to MyHorse Daily members and is an invaluable resource for all horse owners and riders. Sign up for a free MyHorse Daily membership and download Natural Horsemanship Training Explained: The history and philosophy behind natural horsemanship and what it means for you and your horse at http://myhorse.com/free-guides/natural-horsemanship-training-explained.
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