When Monty Roberts was thirteen years old, he went off on his own to the deserts of Nevada to watch mustangs in the wild. What he learned about their methods of communication changed his life forever. "The Man Who Listens to Horses" reveals his deep love and understanding of horses. We learn how, through his relationship with various horses, he gradually developed the methods which enabled him to communicate in their own language: a silent language of gestures like signing for the deaf. According to Monty, anyone can learn the language of the horse and anyone can learn his Join-Up(r) methods. In this book, he tells you how.This new edition contains text and photos that take the reader on a journey through the ten years since the first publication of "The Man Who Listens to Horses", the bestselling autobiography that spread Monty Roberts' message across the world and changed his life forever. Unique and inspirational, and with a message that resonates far wider than its application to horses, it might change your life too.About the Author:
Monty Roberts, known as the 'Man Who Listens to Horses' leads an extraordinary life. An award-winning trainer of championship horses, bestselling author, Hollywood stunt man, foster dad to 47 children (in addition to three of his own) and creator of the world-renowned and revolutionary equine training technique called Join-Up(r), Roberts has won countless awards and received immense worldwide press coverage. He trains horses for the Queen and has been awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Zurich and the University of Parma. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals honored Roberts with their Founders Award. He is now much in demand as a motivational speaker and executives from groups as diverse as the CIA to Volkswagen have invited him to share his experiences with their leaders. He lives at Flag is Up Farms in Solvang, California, with his wife, Pat.
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Descripción Hutchinson, 2007. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0091920523