Kerry Thomas, author of the forthcoming book HORSE PROFILING: THE SECRET TO MOTIVATING EQUINE ATHLETES, had a busy couple of months, with trips to Louisville and Lexington, where he spoke at special events and attended annual Thoroughbred sales to provide his emotional conformational profiling services.
In addition to being a guest at the Zenyatta Friday Event at Breeders’ Cup, Kerry attended the Fasig Tipton Sale and the Keeneland Stick Sale, followed by two presentations during the Saturday Horse Expo at the Path International Conference, where he provided tips for selecting and preparing horses for use in EAAT (Equine-Assisted Activities and Therapies).
Kerry’s Thomas Herding Technique introduces ideas that have already taken the Thoroughbred racing industry by storm–ways of profiling horses to better determine their athletic potential, as well as the best ways to train them and prepare them for competition, whatever the discipline. In addition, Kerry’s methods present important theories for better breeding practices, not only for racehorses, but for sport horses around the globe, English and Western, jumpers, reiners, dressage prospects, cutting horses, you name it.
Watch for Kerry’s book HORSE PROFILING, due out Spring 2012 (you can preorder now at the Trafalgar Square Books online bookstore by clicking HERE). And in the meantime, watch this short intro interview during Breeders’ Cup: