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Horse Training - {33} Vintage Books on CD

Horse Training - {33} Vintage Books on CD
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Horse Training {33} Vintage Books on CD

Horse training refers to a wide variety of practices that teach horses to perform certain behaviors when asked to do so by humans. Horses are trained to be manageable by humans for everyday care as well as for equestrian activities from horse racing to therapeutic horseback riding for people with disabilities. Historically, horses were trained for warfare, farm work, sport and transport. Today, most horse training is geared toward making horses useful for a variety of recreational and sporting equestrian pursuits. Horses are also trained for specialized jobs from movie stunt work to police and crowd control activities, circus entertainment, and equine-assisted psychotherapy. This collection is for a CD-Rom republication for a collection of thirty-three {33} vintage Horse Training How To Books.

Title include:

:: 1849 The Horse
its habits, diseases and management, in the stable and on the road; with advice to purchasers

:: 1858 Art of Taming Horses
Published in 1858. Avery famous horse book. 260 pages

:: 1858 The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild Horses
This fascinating book, written more than a century ago, promotes a different method of approaching and handling a horse - a method without the need for force or dominance, as is clear from the quote below:

The Arabs frequently teach their horses secret signs or signals, which they make use of on urgent occasions to call forth their utmost exertions. These are more efficient than the barbarous mode of urging them on with the spur and whip, a forcible illustration of which will be found in the following anecdote…" from The Arabian Art Of Taming and Training Horses by T. Gilber

:: 1859 The Art of Taming Horses
250 pages of illustrations and vignettes. From the book - "In the following work I shall endeavour to fill up the blanks in Mr. Rarey's sketch, and with the help of pictures and diagrams, show how a cool determined man or boy may break in any colt, and make him a docile hack, harness horse, or hunter; stand still, follow, and obey the voice almost as much as the reins."

:: 1859 Hints to Horse Keepers
A wonderful 490 page book, These Hints to Horse-Keepers are intended to in- clude every subject of interest to those who, for pleasure or business, own or use a horse. From their comprehensiveness they are necessarily brief and condensed. More elaborate works on each speciality have previously been in the hands of the public, and this volume is not adapted, nor intended, to supplant them; but by presenting in one volume a com pen d of our valuable standard works, with the latest discoveries and improvements, it is believed we have answered a demand till now unsupplied.

:: 1859 The Art of Taming Horses by JS Rarey
250 pages of illustrations and vignettes. From the book - "In the following work I shall endeavour to fill up the blanks in Mr. Rarey's sketch, and with the help of pictures and diagrams, show how a cool determined man or boy may break in any colt, and make him a docile hack, harness horse, or hunter; stand still, follow, and obey the voice almost as much as the reins."

:: 1859 Hints to Horse Keepers - by Henry William Herbert
A wonderful 490 page book, These Hints to Horse-Keepers are intended to in- clude every subject of interest to those who, for pleasure or business, own or use a horse. From their comprehensiveness they are necessarily brief and condensed. More elaborate works on each speciality have previously been in the hands of the public, and this volume is not adapted, nor intended, to supplant them; but by presenting in one volume a com pen d of our valuable standard works, with the latest discoveries and improvements, it is believed we have answered a demand till now unsupplied

:: 1861 Confessions of a Horse Dealer
Dealers back in the last century were as crocked as they come. And no doubt some of their best dodges have been handed down and are still used today. Listen once you know these conniving tricks you’ll know what to look out for when you’re buying your next horse. So you’re never taken for an ‘easy’ mark. Read this absorbing book and you’ll gasp in amazement at the lengths horse crooks went to - and probably still do today.

:: 1862 Nolans System for Training Cavalry Horses
is based upon the principles of equitation discovered by Monsieur Baucher, of France, and originally arranged by Captain S. E. Nolan, 15th Hussars, English Army.

:: 1868 The Horseman's Guide and Farrier
A Short- Explanation of this System by Questions and Answers Piaffer Leaping, how to be practised Translation from Monsieur Baucher's Method d'Equitation On the Performance of Horses at Liberty Rarey's Method of Taming Horses Horse-Shoeing

:: 1868 The Percheron Horse


:: 1873 Rational Horse-Shoeing - by Wildair
"In presenting the observations contained in the following pages, we are aware that we appeal to practical men who judge by results, and have but slight patience with mere theory. We wish, therefore, to state clearly at the outset, that the system of horse-shoeing herein advocated, and the shoe offered by us to accompany it and accomplish its purpose, are the result of years of patient study of nature, and actual experiment; and that although we have had to contend with ignorance and interest on the part of the farriers, and indifference and prejudice on the part of owners of horses, we have finally succeeded in interesting the most practical and capable men in America, England, and France in the matter.

:: 1873 Rational Horse-Shoeing
"In presenting the observations contained in the following pages, we are aware that we appeal to practical men who judge by results, and have but slight patience with mere theory. We wish, therefore, to state clearly at the outset, that the system of horse-shoeing herein advocated, and the shoe offered by us to accompany it and accomplish its purpose, are the result of years of patient study of nature, and actual experiment; and that although we have had to contend with ignorance and interest on the part of the farriers, and indifference and prejudice on the part of owners of horses, we have finally succeeded in interesting the most practical and capable men in America, England, and France in the matter.

:: 1876 The Horse's Friend
the only practical method of educating the horse and eradicating vicious habits, followed by a variety of valuable recipes, instructions in farriery, horse-shoking, the latest rules of trotting, and the record of fast horses up to 1876

:: 1880 Book of The Horse - by Samuel Sidney
Thorough-bred, half-bred, cart-bred, saddle and harness, British and foreign, with hints on horsemanship; the management of the stable; breeding, breaking and training for the road, the park, and the field.

:: 1886 The art of taming and educating the horse by Magner
with details of management in the subjection of over forty representative vicious horses, and the story of the author's personal experience : together with chapters on feeding, stabling, shoeing, and the practical treatment for sickness, lameness, etc. : with a large number of recipes

:: 1886 Our Horses
or, The best muscles controlled by the best brains Alfred Saunders was born on 12 June 1820 at Market Lavington in New Zealand. He wrote several works on farming. Most notable among these is Our Horses — or the Best Muscles Controlled by the Best Brains (1886).

:: 1868 The Horseman's Guide and Farrier
a new and improved system of handling and educating the horse, together with diseases and their treatment The Horseman’s Guide and Farrier: A new and improved system of handling and educating the horse was published in 1868. The writer of this little work, entitled The Horseman's Guide and Farrier, has made it his constant business for a term of years of teaching one of the best systems by which to handle wild and vicious horses, that has ever been introduced into the United States or Canada. It has loads of training instructions as well as a big list of recipes at the end of the book.

:: 1872 The New System of Educating Horses
including instructions on feeding, watering, stabling, shoeing, etc. with practical treatment for diseases. Illustrated. Including a large number of valuable recipes not before pulished. Magner

:: 1874 The Science of Modern Horsemanship
E. Anderson was a very famous horse rider and trainer in the late 1800’s. His book “Modern Horsemanship” is divided into 2 parts: Riding and Training instructions. 200 pages.

:: 1880 Book of The Horse by Samuel Sidney
Thorough-bred, half-bred, cart-bred, saddle and harness, British and foreign, with hints on horsemanship; the management of the stable; breeding, breaking and training for the road, the park, and the field.

:: 1888 The Horse, Its Taming & Training
Training and general management with anecdotes relating to horses and horsemen.

:: 1889 Modern Horsemanship
three schools of riding : an original method of teaching the art by means of pictures from the life

:: 1890 The Horsemans Practical Guide


:: 1892 How to Ride and School a Horse
with a system of horse gymnastics

:: 1893 The Art of Horsemanship by Xenophon
Even it was written around 300 B.C., this short ebook is still useful and worth reading: For what the horse does under compulsion.....is done without understanding; and there is no beauty in it either, any more than if one should whip and spur a dancer. There would be a great deal more un-gracefulness than beauty in either a horse or a man that was so treated.

:: 1894 Curb, Snuffle and Spur
This little work has been written especially with a view of presenting a method of training horses for the use of mounted soldiers; but there is nothing herein recommended that would not be important, if not absolutely necessary, for the education of any horse intended for the saddle.

:: 1899 Magner's ABC guide to sensible horseshoeing
a simple and practical treatise on the art of shoeing horses

:: 1893 The Standard Horse and Stock Book
a complete pictorial encyclopedia of practical reference for horse and stock owners by D. Magner

:: 1898 Biggle Horse Book
a concise and practical treatise on the horse ; adapted to the needs of farmers and others who have a kindly regard for this noble servitor of man The material contained in this book has been contributed by practical Horsemen and Veterinarians of the highest standing in the United States. It contains much of the wisdom of John Tucker and the gentle thought of Harriet Biggie as they have been displayed in the pages of the Farm Journal. Much space has been given to the humane Training of the Horse, to his proper Housing and Feeding, to the Care of his Feet, and to the Education of the Colt.

:: 1901 Canadian Military Tournament and Horse Show
Canadian Military Tournament and Horse Show Armouries, Toronto, Canada, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 24, 25, 26, 27, 1901

:: 1902 Our Noblest Friend the Horse
This valuable book comes in 450 pages and was published in 1902.

:: 1903 Breaking and Training Horses - by Frank Townend Barton
From the book: Of course, each Horse-breaker naturally advocates some particular system—which he chooses to call his own—and it is just this egotism that destroys the value of his information, no matter how successfully he may have applied it. In a book of this class it is essential that theory be ready to shake hands with practice, because without this case of demonstration a book on Horsebreaking becomes merely a delusion." 209 pages.

:: 1903 First-Hand Bits of Stable Lore
The chapters of this book epitomize thirty years' active personal experience with every kind of horse for every conceivable purpose, and the deductions drawn are in no sense theoretical. Such a book would have greatly helped the author when he began as a youngster, and it is his earnest hope that it may prove of use to others. BR>
:: 1903 Breaking and Training Horses
From the book: Of course, each Horse-breaker naturally advocates some particular system—which he chooses to call his own—and it is just this egotism that destroys the value of his information, no matter how successfully he may have applied it. In a book of this class it is essential that theory be ready to shake hands with practice, because without this case of demonstration a book on Horsebreaking becomes merely a delusion." 209 pages.

:: 1905 Illustrated Horse Breaking
392 pages. A well illustrated book of horse training and breaking.

:: 1905 Illustrated horse-breaking by M. Horace Hayes
A well illustrated book of horse training and breaking. In his own words: I OFFER this work to the favorable consideration of the public, as an attempt to describe a reasoned-out system of horse-breaking, which I have found, by practical experience, to be easy of execution, rapid in its effects, and requiring the possession of no exceptional strength, activity, pluck, or horsemanship by the operator, who, to become expert in it, will, as a rule, need only practice. 392 pages.

:: 1906 The Horse
The book describes the different types of horses from around the world and has a big section of chapters dedicated to horse training. Table of contents:

:: 1906 The Psychology and Training of the Horse
Like all other animals the horse is composed of a machine and of a mind which sets the machine in motion. People who manage horses usually give little importance to the mind. But the mind is most important as to command the machine we must first command the mind. Some observations on this subject may be useful to those who have to do with horses. About 360 pages in total.

:: 1909 Notes on equitation and horse training
in answer to the examination questions at the School of application for cavalry at Saumur, France. The book lists loads of issues that were discussed during the meeting on March 12, 1909.

:: 1922 Humane horse-training
This work is the outcome of much practical experience of one who has studied the horse and the conditions under which he is born, reared, broken, trained and fitted for his everyday life, whether intended for the hunting-field, polo, racing, show-ring, the farm or the road.




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