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1998 15th printing hardcover with dust jacket as shown. Book and jacket in Fine condition.
Hardcover, 100 pages
Published March 1st 1987 by AG Access Corporation (first published January 1st 1978)
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what i appreciate about ray hunt is his easy way of writing, and the way he feels everything truly boils down to knowing where your horse's feet are.

it's such a simple concept - if you can't master something at the walk, how can you expect to do it at the canter (or lope), but it is so skipped over especially by the up and coming generation of riders.

the other thing i appreciate about ray hunt is that he was a horseman, first and foremost. he had his own horses that he didn't sell, but he trai
I desperately wanted to love this little book, because I agree with Ray Hunts's horse training philosophy, but it's terribly written and edited. It's stream of consciousness writing and incredibly repetitive. It did get the point across, however, and there is some great training wisdom here.
C.J. Darlington
There's a lot of meat in this little book. Ray's philosophy about horses shines here, and I enjoyed getting to know them as he's kind of the father of much of the gentle-yet-firm-when-necessary horsemanship trainers out there. I'll need to re-read again to digest it all.
One of the best horse books I have ever read. Ray Hunt was one of the Master Horsemen of our time. His down to earth, thought driven training style can teach anyone to understand horses better.
currently rereading
If i remember not well written but full of wisdom.
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