The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild and Vicious Horses


Read by John W. Michaels

(4 stars; 15 reviews)

Back in the day before automobiles, a good horse trainer and veterinarian was the equivalent of “Mr Goodwrench”. A badly behaving or unhealthy equine was equivalent to breaking down on the highway or running out of gas on a lonely stretch of highway somewhere in Utah. My sources tell me that most of the training methods are ok, but stay away from the medical tips unless you are prepared to become the poster boy or girl for the local SPCA. Listen with tongue in cheek, and check with a professional before attempting any of these techniques on a real animal.
(Mike Vendetti, narrator) (1 hr 44 min)

Chapters

00 - Introduction 12:08 Read by John W. Michaels
01 - Section 1 7:26 Read by John W. Michaels
02 - Section 2 26:07 Read by John W. Michaels
03 - Section 3 22:30 Read by John W. Michaels
04 - Section 4 19:51 Read by John W. Michaels
05 - Section 5 16:47 Read by John W. Michaels

Reviews


(3 stars)

long winded. out of date. but a decent book. good horsemanship basics


(4 stars)

good, except for the medicine, that's dangerously absurd.

Ridiculous, barbaric. hope nobody takes this seriously.


(1 stars)