By Craig Cameron
with Kathy Swan
Craig Cameron has one of the most loyal followings of any horse clinician and with good reason. In addition to receiving expert horsemanship advice and instruction, they are also entertained throughout their learning experience. Craig brings together a thorough look at horses and their nature and good, solid horsemanship skills that suit both novice and experienced riders. The book is divided into sections, each dealing with a different aspect of horsemanship. Sections include: psychological and physical realities of horses; partnering relationship with horses; groundwork, including early handling, and round-pen exercises. Outstanding photography and sidebars with helpful training tips add to this book's appeal. 224 pages.