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    01-05-2011, 10:39 AM
Green Broke
training book

You guys, I would love to use a talent of mine. Now I am not saying my way is the right way and that is why I am asking for your opinion. I really would like to start writing a book on training. I don't know all but certain things that are constantly repeated on here I can answer. I don't know much of English or for that matter anything! So I'm not that helpful there. Maybe you guys can fill that in. I don't know much of showing or anything like that. I just know how to correct small things.

Examples: what to do if your horse moves while mounting
*how to get wormer, a bit into a horses mouth when they protest... Small things like this.

What do you guys think? Any suggestions on what would be good topics?

Like I said, I'm not a trainer by any means but like most of us, we've been there and done that. We know how to handle certain situations. Its mainly directed for newbies. Even putting your own training ideas in would help.

I hope I asked the right thing. I hope this makes sense. I just think it would make it easier for the people who have problems and are repeating the same issues over and over again to be able to go to one (I don't know) list to find the answer. What do you think?
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    01-05-2011, 10:42 AM
Green Broke
Ok need to bump this.
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    01-05-2011, 11:00 AM
Hate to burst your bubble - but it's been done. In print and on line.

Horses - For Dummies
    01-05-2011, 11:04 AM
Green Broke
What the heck. No bubble bursted here. I'm going to read that though thanks!
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    01-05-2011, 12:56 PM
Originally Posted by mls    
Hate to burst your bubble - but it's been done. In print and on line.

Horses - For Dummies

Mbender, I think it's not a bad idea. If you have lots of experience/info, and can put it in interesting "readable" way, why not?

BTW, I didn't read the book mentioned, but even with dewormer there are like 10 different ways to do it. The problems I found with the books, many address only one way to do something like it works for every horse. Which is not always a case...

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