Based on not reading it, and just basing my opinions on the comments here, do they suggest that we just let our horse misbehave for the farrier if they feel like it, because sooner or later, they will stand still?
Wait, don't answer that, I don't want to know.
Sounds like more horses going to slaughter because they can't be handled to me.
I tried to read it --- I really did; But then, I discovered I was wearing shoes and not high boots and I did not want all of that poopy on my feet and legs. Reading all of the BS definitiely requires VERY TALL BOOTS. I'll just leave it for those of you that have tall eough boots on. Don't bother telling me how it went!
Hey, it's like Facebook for horses! You sit in the arena waiting for the horse to "Friend" you and you don't do anything that would cause the horse to "unfriend" you. In the meantime, the horse writes whatever he wants on your wall, but that's okay because he's learning, learning....
So, just as Facebook is successful in teaching people how to have REAL relationships with REAL people, this training method will teach horses what we want them to learn, too! I get it, I get it!