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Pony Boy Gawani. Describes how the Native American rider communicates with his horse while riding, on the ground, or out of the saddle. Includes exercises for building a strong relationship with your horse. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 96 pages. More Details Original Title.
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May 20, Olivia Reid rated it it was amazing. I absolutely LOVE this book. I can't say enough good things about it. It's just one of those books that when you read it, you think, "finally, I am hearing some truth that spans over multiple dimensions of life.
This book should be in every library, every school and every parent's home, IMHO. Nov 15, Tamara! Delightful telling of the relationship between rider and horse as it should be. I had a paint pony once for awhile, and been horse crazy all my life, so I really enjoyed the pictures and descriptions. Plus my grandmother used to break horses 'Indian Style' they called it, and she was sought after for her g Delightful telling of the relationship between rider and horse as it should be. Plus my grandmother used to break horses 'Indian Style' they called it, and she was sought after for her gentle nature and understanding of what a horse needs for breaking colts.
She would have really enjoyed the stories told in here. I even remember her using a few of the native words when talking about her favorite horses growing up during the depression era. Sep 17, Ayesha Iqbal rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult-read. Aug 26, Angela R. Watts rated it really liked it Shelves: horses. Useful and a pretty good book! I give it 4 stars out of 5 because of history My family and I have 9 Native American horses, and when bringing them home, the first thing we learned is that horses where in North America before the Spanish brought them over!
So, it's a bit of a confusing thing of history, and since the whole 'people brought horses to America' is a very accepted worldview- it has been actually shown incorrect. The bridle is basically a piece of rope with a small metal ring on each end which attach to reins , and a braided rawhide slide creates a loop in rope.
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As they were exposed to more explorers, settlers and horsemen, they eventually adopted a more traditional European saddle and bit, and the war bridle became a thing of the past. As with any bit, the war bridle can be a severe instrument when utilized incorrectly. My mare was smooth with the transition and took to the war bridle really well.
We moved some colts around, practiced a little reining pattern, performed our turnback duties for Luke and even got a double-take or two from visitors. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Kelli Neubert Neu Perspectives tack war bridle. Author Kelli Neubert.