Learn Mark Rashid's methods for training a "good" horse in this must-have book for compassionate horse trainers and owners. In A Good Horse Is Never a Bad Color, internationally renowned horseman Mark Rashid shares his methods for training horses through communication rather than force. As he tells humorous, feel-good stories that deal with the many facets of buying, owning, and training horses, Rashid relates his techniques of teaching these special animals by examining their view of the world. Tales of Arabs, appaloosas, and paints-breeds that are too often mistrusted and mistreated-will give readers a new perspective on these breeds, and others. This revised edition of A Good Horse Is Never a Bad Color features added introductory notes for each chapter, contributing to a better understanding of Rashid's training philosophy.
by Mark Rashid, Skip Ewing
by Mark Twain
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