Little Red Book of Horse Wisdom
One little book with a whole lot of horse wisdom-the perfect gift for both beginning riders and old-timers.
Edited by Yvette Grant, Introduction by Buck Brannaman
Many first-time horse owners start out thinking they’ll teach their animals a thing or two; but eventually most horse lovers end each day impatient to find what their horse will teach them next. Share in hundreds of pearls of horse wisdom and discover what the pros have learned from these mighty animals. In this charming collection of quotes from experts and enthusiasts in the horse world, you’ll find humor, poignancy, advice, and more. Share in the touching an
d exciting memories and experience stories that demonstrate all the good (and sometimes bad) parts of the relationship between horses and humans. Each little quote conveys a whole range of entertainment and information, yet they’re brief enough that you can get a quick fix of horse sense anytime you want! The book is also conveniently divided into sections by theme, so you can easily jump to a quote to match the mood you’re in. Contributor Bio(s) Yvette Grant divides her time between the production and the editorial departments at Skyhorse Publishing in New York City. She is a life-long writer and holds a master's degree in British and American literature; The Little Red Book of Horse Wisdom is her first work as editor of a compilation. Buck Brannaman is known worldwide for his ability to communicate with and train horses through the use of gentle respect, understanding, and trust. He is a real-life "horse whisperer," and is the inspiration for Robert Redford's character in the film The Horse Whisperer. Although he spends a great deal of time traveling to hold clinics across the country, he is based in Santa Ynez, California.