One of North America's most influential horsemanship educators, Campbell shares with readers his lifelong journey with horses - an experience guided by mentors that have included icons such as Tom Dorrance and Ray Hunt — and offers his insight on such topics as colt starting, bridle-horse progression and cow work, three of the greatest challenges riders confront.
In down-to-earth language, Campbell equips riders with the knowledge they need to achieve meaningful progress with their horses, along the way inspiring confidence and dispelling common myths about horse-handling.Some readers report that Peter is better at explaining and demonstrating the principles of Dorrance and Hunt than the masters themselves.
"Uncomplicated, accessible .... This straightforward book will be an enjoyable read for anyone interested in developing an honest working horse." - Ceileidh Sager, Horse journals
Peter Campbell is a lifelong horseman. He spends 40 weeks each year traveling from coast to coast, teaching clinics on colt starting, horsemanship, ranch roping and cow work. Peter and his wife, Trina, own the Hat Creek Ranch, a horse and cattle operation located outside Wheatland, WyomingBook: 75 pgs, paperback
Pub Date: 2012
List Price $19.95
Item #: 2378