How to safely prepare your horse at home for challenges on the trail.
Jennifer Denison has been a horsewoman most of her life and an equine journalist and photographer all of her adult life. Jennifer has owned horses for more than 20 years and has used them in various capacities, including showing, barrel racing, trail riding and working cattle. She and her husband, Robert, live on a small acreage outside Woodland Park, Colo., where they pasture two horses used for trail riding, roping and ranch work.
Dedication and Acknowldgments
Table of Contents
1. The Start ‘Em Right Evolution; 2. Inside Your Horse's Mind; 3. Making a Trail Horse; 4. Sacking Out; 5. Round-Pen Reasoning ; 6. Never a Fit to be Tied; 7. Ground-Driving; 8. Ride Thru the Fear; 9. Crossing Obstacles; 10. Brush and Branches; 11. Take the Plunge; 12. Riding in the Rough; 13. Trail Tantrums; 14. Separation Anxiety; 15. Snack Attack; 16. The Need to Lead; 17. Kick Control; 18. Trail Etiquette; 19. Trail-Riding Tack; 20. Saddlebag Checklist