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Herd-Bound To You! - How to Reverse Herd-Bound Behaviors and Get Your Horse Focused on You - cover

Herd-Bound To You! - How to Reverse Herd-Bound Behaviors and Get Your Horse Focused on You

Teddie Ziegler

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

How do I stop my horse from being herd-bound?
 
Is one of the most frequently asked questions I get from my blog readers and students. 
 
Because of this, I wanted to share my personal approach to dealing with herd-bound horses in this book and help you overcome this vexing issue. 
 
Herd-bound behaviors in a horse can range from annoying to outright dangerous and its outcomes can be detrimental to both your safety and your horse’s health.
 
In this book, I have therefore categorized herd-bound behavior into three levels of severity, each with its own easy-to-follow protocol. 
 
They all follow the same approach I use when facing any issue with horses, and that is to ‘Push the Easy Button’. This is why I am so confident that the solutions I will be sharing will work for you and your horse as well.
 
The goal with any of my training materials is to make you as self-sufficient a horse person as possible so you can solve any future issue that comes up with your horse.
 
I cannot guarantee that you will become totally independent just from reading this book but I know that after completing the exercises, you will feel confident being able to handle any and all issues that may arise if you have a horse that is herd-bound.
 
My primary concern is always the safety of my customers, students, readers, and their horses. Beyond that though, I want you to be able to experience the same joyful, loving relationship that I am blessed to share with my horses.
Available since: 02/14/2022.

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