How to Think Like a Horse

By Cherry Hill   |   Published On: May 1, 2006
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As much as we'd like to meet a real-life Mr. Ed, communicating with horses is more complicated and confusing than just thinking like a human. According to award-winning author, Cherry Hill, we need to think like a horse. In this bestselling how-to guide, she breaks it all down, explaining equine behavior and answering the questions that keep new horse breeders up at night. You'll learn the many reasons a horse may run from you, or why certain smells get his attention. For Cherry, recognizing how your horse thinks can help you bond, communicate and create a beautiful, trusting relationship with your horse.

About the Author

For 25 years, Cherry Hill maintained a seat as a horse show judge for multiple organizations across the United States. In addition to the award-winning author of more than 30 books and videos about horse training and care, Cherry has written over 1,000 articles on the subject. You'll find her byline on publications like Horse & Rider, The Quarter Horse Journal, The Chronicle of the Horse, the American Farrier's Journal, The Horse Journal, Western Horseman and over 20 other national equine publications. For more information on Cherry Hill, visit her website at

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    7 x 10 inches
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    Cherry Hill
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  • Publication Date
    May 1, 2006
  • Subject
    Care & Health
  • Publisher
    Workman Publishing
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