THE HORSE OF MY HEART

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The Horse Of My Heart

Author : Callie Smith Grant
ISBN : 9781441245847
Genre : Pets
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Few of God's creatures are as noble and soul-stirring as the horse. Even those of us who don't have horses of our own love to read inspiring stories of these beautiful, regal beasts. With contributions from well-known authors such as Lauraine Snelling, Susy Flory, Rebecca E. Ondov, Wanda Dyson, and Sarah Parshall Perry, these true stories of horses and the people who love them are sometimes touching, sometimes humorous, and sometimes miraculous. As she did in her dog and cat story collections, Callie Grant Smith has compiled another perfect read for animal lovers--time with horses as the subject.
Category: Pets

My Heart My Horse

Author : Darlene Kemper
ISBN : 1941746152
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"On my way to a law career, I was run over by a horse!" That's what author Darlene Kemper says about her career. What could make an aspiring pre-law student change direction and head for the hills? DNA! As she says, "If you plop out of the womb with the horse-fascination gene, there is no cure for you." My Heart, My Horse is the fascinating story of the power of intertwined genetics shared by equines and humans. She quickly and enjoyably pulls you into her world of equine relationships-sharing the love, humor, and pain that inexplicitly connects these two species. Have you ever watched horses gallop across a meadow and felt exhilaration beyond explanation? Have you ever dreamed of riding, maybe even sharing your life with these beautiful creatures? My Heart, My Horse is about a woman's decision to follow her exhilaration and dreams-which turned into a beautiful true-life story of great love and passion. Read My Heart, My Horse and fall in love!
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My Horse My Heart

Author : Helen Scanlon
ISBN : 0989416801
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My Horse, My Heart: The Morgan Horses of the University of Connecticut is the story of the UConn-bred Morgan horse. Sturdy, strong and proud-each foal born in the UConn barns can be traced back to the magnificent Morgan horses bred for the cavalry at the United States Government Horse Farm in Vermont. It is also the story of the many students, owners, trainers and breeders who loved them. The Morgans of UConn are so much more than the herd stallions and the broodmares. They are the foals that grow up to be Champions, teachers, partners and best friends. They are the horses that can elicit the joy of younger days, trotting in a dusty show ring under a summer sun, and walking out with a ribbon clipped to the bridle. There are trunkfuls of those ribbons, somewhere, each one holding a proud memory of that special horse: the UConn-bred Morgan. "The blood of the brave steeds that carried men into battle still courses through the veins of the University of Connecticut Morgan horse. The UConn Morgan is truly America's horse, and their bravery, beauty and stamina is legendary. "And, if you look into the eyes of a UConn Morgan, you will see a faraway flame, the generations of the lives they touched." Excerpt from My Horse, My Heart: The Morgan Horses of the University of Connecticut by Helen Scanlon
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The Outside Of A Horse

Author : Ginny Rorby
ISBN : 9781101429440
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Hannah Gale starts volunteering at a horse stable because she needs a place to escape. Her father has returned from the Iraq war as an amputee with posttraumatic stress disorder, and his nightmares rock the household. At the stable, Hannah comes to love Jack, Super Dee, and Indy; helps bring a rescued mare back from the brink; and witnesses the birth of the filly who steals her heart. Hannah learns more than she ever imagined about horse training, abuse, and rescues, as well as her own capacity for hope. Physical therapy with horses could be the answer to her fatherÕs prayers, if only she can get him to try.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Heart Of The Horse

Author :
ISBN : 9780760759271
Genre : Art
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Expressive portraits convey the power and elemental majest of horses in ways we've never seen before, protraying these complex beings in their infinite subtleties of mood.
Category: Art

The Soul Of A Horse

Author : Joe Camp
ISBN : 9780307449498
Genre : Pets
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A surprise birthday gift plunged Joe Camp and his wife, Kathleen, into the world of horses as complete neophytes without a clue as to what horses needed or wanted. The Camps went searching for logic and sense in the rule books of traditional horse care and what they found was not what they had expected. Written for everyone who has ever loved a horse or even loved the idea of having a horse in their lives, this memoir leads us on a riveting voyage of discovery as Joe and Kathleen navigate uncharted, often politically incorrect territory on their way to achieving a true relationship with their horses. As the creator of the beloved Benji series, Joe has spent most of his life luring us into the heart and soul of a famous dog, but now in this engaging, emotional, and often humorous story, he deftly lures us into the heart and soul of a horse. In doing so, he exposes astonishing truths and unlocks the mystery of a majestic creature who has survived on Earth, without assistance, for fifty-five million years. In a single emotionally charged moment, Camp communes with his first horse, Cash, in a way that changes him and his relationship with horses forever. In his own words, as he stood alone with his back to this horse: The collar of my jacket was tickling the hairs on the back of my neck. And my heart was pounding. Then a puff of warm, moist air brushed my ear. My heart skipped a beat. He was really close. Then I felt his nose on my shoulder . . . I couldn’t believe it. Tears came out of nowhere and streamed down my cheeks. I had spoken to him in his own language, and he had listened . . . and he had chosen to be with me. He had said, I trust you. Ingeniously alternating between the stories of two people thrust into an unfamiliar, enigmatic realm and a fabled herd of wild horses brought to the New World centuries ago, Joe Camp’s valuable and inspiring book teaches us that the lessons he was learning apply not only to his horses but to life and to people as well–to all of us. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Pets

Whole Heart Whole Horse

Author : Mark Rashid
ISBN : 9781626369283
Genre : Nature
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Many horse trainers, even those who espouse the so-called natural horsemanship approach, take the position that horses who fail to obey a human's request are doing so as much out of perversity as ignorance. That's not Mark Rashid's view. In his words, "If we understand that horses can't separate the way they feel from the way they act, then we can start to see that unwanted behavior isn't bad behavior at all. More times than not, it's just the horse expressing the way he feels at that particular moment in time. . . .How we perceive that information dictates how we respond to it." Whole Heart, Whole Horse focuses on this idea, covering such subjects as gathering information from the horse, turning rider/trainer mistakes into positive experiences, developing realistic boundaries between you and your horse, understanding how and why horses release energy from real or perceived traumas, and reaching a comfortable balance point between horse and rider. Rashid analyzes developing softness, consistency, dependability, trust, and peace of mind in both horses and humans, as well as how to become a leader whom your horse will willingly want to follow and work with. Full of examples that extend beyond the training pen, Whole Heart, Whole Horse offers good sense and information that will make you a more astute, capable, and sensitive horseman and person.
Category: Nature

Lead With Your Heart Lessons From A Life With Horses

Author : Allan J. Hamilton
ISBN : 9781612127354
Genre : Pets
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2016 Foreword INDIES Gold Award Winner 2016 Gold Nautilus Book Award Winner 2017 Silver Independent Publisher Book Award Winner 2017 Silver IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award Winner Award-winning author and celebrated neurosurgeon Allan J. Hamilton combines his understanding of the human brain with nearly 30 years’ experience training horses to offer wisdom on such universal themes as leadership, motivation, ambition, and humility. The results are showcased in more than 100 thoughtful essays that treat working with horses as a metaphor for personal, professional, and spiritual growth. Whether you’re searching for greater spiritual depth or simply want to better understand your four-legged partner, this wise and important collection has something for you.
Category: Pets

If I Had A Horse

Author : Gianna Marino
ISBN : 9781250298645
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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If I Had a Horse is an inspiring picture book with simple text and gorgeous, impressionistic artwork from acclaimed author-illustrator Gianna Marino about a girl imagining what life would be like with a horse.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee

Author : Dee Brown
ISBN : 9781453274149
Genre : History
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The “fascinating” #1 New York Times bestseller that awakened the world to the destruction of American Indians in the nineteenth-century West (The Wall Street Journal). First published in 1970, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee generated shockwaves with its frank and heartbreaking depiction of the systematic annihilation of American Indian tribes across the western frontier. In this nonfiction account, Dee Brown focuses on the betrayals, battles, and massacres suffered by American Indians between 1860 and 1890. He tells of the many tribes and their renowned chiefs—from Geronimo to Red Cloud, Sitting Bull to Crazy Horse—who struggled to combat the destruction of their people and culture. Forcefully written and meticulously researched, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee inspired a generation to take a second look at how the West was won. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Dee Brown including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
Category: History