Editor’s Pick: November 2014

In What Every Horse Should Know, author Cherry Hill expands on her first book, How to Think Like a Horse, to further explore the dynamics of the horse-human relationship, this time from the perspective of the horse. Hill examines factors that help domesticated horses to feel comfortable and safe in a human environment, which will allow them to reach their full potential in any discipline. The book also provides information on assessing the level of a horse’s knowledge and developing a comprehensive training program for any age or stage of life. —Kerry Tkacik, Editorial Assistant.

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