Trust Instead of Dominance


Working towards a new form of ethical horsemanship

Trust Instead of Dominance
  • 9780857886040
  • Marlitt Wendt
  • 2011
  • ePub · 128 pages · Colour photographs
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Does the rider really always have to be “dominant” over the horse? Do we need dominance training? In this book, behavioural biologist Marlitt Wendt debunks the widely-held and incorrect belief in the dominance theory and presents the scientifi cally well-founded friendship concept as a horse-friendly alternative.

 

From the contents 

• The patchwork family – life in the herd 
• Hierarchy versus network relationships – social structures among horses 
• Dominance training from a behavioural biology point of view 

• When the equine psyche is misunderstood About the author Marlitt Wendt is a behavioural biologist specialising in horses. She champions harmonious cooperation between horse and handler and pro-horse behaviour. Wendt also organises presentations and seminars on alternative training methods and on creative intelligence training for horses.

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Marlitt Wendt is a behavioural biologist specialising in horses. She champions harmonious cooperation between horse and handler and pro-horse behaviour. Wendt also organises presentations and seminars on alternative training methods and on creative intelligence training for horses.

 

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