This fascinating book, written more than a century ago, promotes a different method of approaching and handling a horse - a method without the need for force or dominance, as is clear from the quote below: The Arabs frequently teach their horses secret signs or signals, which they make use of on urgent occasions to call forth their utmost exertions. These are more efficient than the barbarous mode of urging them on with the spur and whip, a forcible illustration of which will be found in the following anecdote..." from The Arabian Art Of Taming and Training Horses.
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