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The Art of Liberty Training for Horses - Attain New Levels of Leadership Unity Feel Engagement and Purpose in All That You Do with Your Horse - cover

The Art of Liberty Training for Horses - Attain New Levels of Leadership Unity Feel Engagement and Purpose in All That You Do with Your Horse

Jonathan Field

Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books

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Horse trainer Jonathan Field has made a name for himself with his unique ability to give people simple, understandable, doable steps that lead to working with a horse “at liberty” in a safe and progressive manner. True engagement with a horse at liberty isn’t just about removing tack and stepping outside the arena—it’s about connection, trust, and communication through movement. Enrich your relationship with your horse, improve your “feel,” and teach your horse to respond to the subtlest of cues; no matter your discipline, whether you compete or ride for pleasure, liberty training can change the way you interact with horses forever.

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