Trick training is one of the easiest, most genuinely enjoyable ways to pass cold winter afternoons at the barn. A few “cute” tricks make learning (and performing) fun for your horse, earn a few laughs from your barn mates, and reinforce the level of communication and response to your cues that you expect your horse when you ride him. So go ahead and spice things up with a little something special…a bow, a kiss, perhaps fetching and carrying your crop or gloves.
And we’ve got just the way for you to do it! TRICK TRAINING FOR HORSES is here–a fabulous, full-color, step-by-step, how-to book that gives you the right to “go for it”: bowing, kneeling, sitting, lying down, carrying objects, crossing the forelegs, unrolling carpet, standing on a pedestal, walking on a balance beam, jumping through streamers, and much more. It’s been years since a good book on trick training was released, so take advantage of Bea Borelle’s great sense of humor and easy-to-follow instructions.
If you dared to have a little fun this winter, which trick would YOU teach YOUR horse? Post your choice on our FACEBOOK PAGE and we’ll make the trick with the most votes a free download from www.horseandriderbooks.com!