The Horse Watchers Guide to Equine Behavior and Communication
Taking Horsemanship to the Next Level
Body language is a means of nonverbal communication that exists in both humans and horses, where thoughts, intentions, or feelings are expressed by physical behaviours and actions. Such as facial expressions, body movements, gestures, body posture, eye movement, touch and the use of space. Communicating this way is as natural as breathing and just like breathing we all communicate in a non verbal way without even thinking about. It’s as though it is hard wired into out DNA .
Equine behaviour investigator Linda Finstad unlocks the secrets to what horses are really thinking and feeling in an easy to understand format. Using beautiful colour pictures and stories that set the scene. This book is your gateway to mastering the art of equine body language and setting you on the path to becoming an enlightened horse whisperer.
Featured in the book is an 80 page “easy reference guide” which provides the answers to understanding how horses communicate to each other and also how we can understand their no verbal cues.
These revelations and discoveries were not made by chance Linda spent endless hours conducting field research which involved studying herds of horses in their natural environment. Plus devising and executing equine experiments that would provide photographic proof to her theories.
Schedule Linda to come to your equine club or association to present the
"Insights into Equine body language" talk (this is a free service)