At Last - A Real Australian Approach To Horse Training
John Pinnell was an Australian master horseman with more than 40 years of experience and incredible success training horses.
He worked with literally thousands of horses of all shapes & sizes breaking-in to saddle or harness, re-educating problem horses or teaching them to use the horse float properly.
All this experience is packed into his book "Horsebreaking & Training - The Commonsense Approach' 118 pages of distilled knowledge complete with illustrations depicting all his techniques.
These are techniques that have stood the test of time and aren't based on 'quick fix' approaches as so much of horse training seems to be today
This book is out of print now but we have managed to source the original manuscript and we have edited it and printed it in a steel ring binding so that it's a practical 'hands on' edition with full permission to market the books through H-10. John sadly passed away recently and this is a legacy to a great Australian horse trainer
You WON'T find this book new anywhere in Australia...or anywhere else.
It covers :
The handling of the foal
Handling previously untouched horses
Breaking in to saddle
The problem horse
Training of the horse
Breaking in to harness
Harness horse problems
Floating / Trailering
Buying a horse
Use of artificial aids
John's easy going writing style and commonsense approach makes this a book for anyone who owns a horse. This type of uniquely Australian experience is rare and should not be missed.
The book is in paperback format with practical plastic covers and steel binding, fully illustrated with lessons within each chapter. There are 118 pages and it is brand new.
"What John can do with a horse in 7 days is truly amazing."
"With firm gentleness he changes problem horses into pleasures and establishes secure grounding for those young horses lucky enough to pass through his talented hands".