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The Horse Crucified and Risen by Alexander Nevzorov.
This book became a best-seller in Russia, was reprinted several times and changed the worldview of many people.
This is the first book in the history of mankind revealing the whole truth about horse and man relationships. Its author is well-known journalist, film director, scientist and founder of the most difficult and the most beautiful school of horse training and education, Nevzorov Haute Ecole, and he is living proof that a horse can be trained and educated without any means of constraint such as bit and bridle and punishment.
The book reveals secrets of horse training and discloses the truth about the painful essence of the equestrian sport. The true history of the cavalry and the history of those cruel instruments of strict enforcement that people used for horses over almost thirty centuries, never thinking that there is a completely different way...
Paperback: 370 pagesr
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
Paddocks and Shelters by Lydia Nevzorova
and Shelters portrays the reality of horse keeping in order to help
horse owners honestly and objectively evaluate their own properties or
A unique format of comprehensive and relevant
photo illustrations comprise this handbook that guides you to make the
best choices when arranging and constructing your horses’ paddocks and
shelters, as well as alerting you to hazardous, yet all too common
practices. Concise, clear captions and comments provide numerous
responsible options for safe and comfortable equine habitats, along with
what to avoid and why.
Expert advice from seasoned horse owners
outlines effective, appealing solutions for everything from fencing
materials to water troughs – all with the best interest of the horse in
This book is the translation of the popular Russian book,
Paddocks and Shelters by Lydia Nevzorova, which leads off the Nevzorov
Haute Ecole series on Equine Management which includes volumes on stable
setup, hoof care, blanketing and more.
This insightful series
offers a revolutionary approach to horse keeping in a handy format
brimming with valuable knowledge in an easy-to-remember fashion. Lydia
Nevzorova imparts her wisdom and experience in a friendly conversational
style that appeals to all levels of horse people.
This peerless atlas of equine management is an asset to every horse owner’s library.
• professional advice
• 200 comprehensive color photos with detailed comments
from around the world
• over 100 valuable practical tips
Paperback: 48 pages
8,5" x 11"
(21.59 x 27.94 cm)
The Horse Diary
Horse Diary is a complete horse record organizer containing 128 pages
of fill-in-the-blank forms. It is designed to help horse owners organize
and manage important equine information. Keep track of daily rations,
blanketing schemes, hoof trimming, dental care, First-Aid kit and
emergency plans. All of your records for vaccinations, deworming and
general health control will be in one place.
Detailed charts provide
handy reference for body condition scores and important measurements
that make it easy to monitor growth, development and health throughout
your horse’s life. Using the checklists for monthly routines and yearly
plans will keep your entire facility and program running smoothly and
safely. A lesson diary and pages for extra notes help you tailor your
training and management…All this and much more in one concise portable
Prominent horse-owners trust our Horse Diary and their horses are in perfect condition.
Nevzorov Haute Ecole knows better how to treat horses.
Paperback: 128 pages
6" x 9"
(15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Tractate on a School Mount by Alexander Nevzorov
a man appears on the back of a horse, he takes some sort of a position,
and this position has its own features. This position is called a
“seat.” It is believed that there are many different types of “seats.”
Special seats for show-jumping, for trail riding, for bullfighting and
so on and so forth. To put it mildly, that’s not true. There are not
many different types of seats; there are a great number of perversions
on the topic of “seat.” There are too many of them, and unfortunately
all of them are factors that lead to “uncomfortable and then painful
sensations” for the horse. If you put any man on a horse without a
saddle, you will always get approximately the same seat. It can vary a
bit due to some anatomical peculiarities of the individual man or horse,
but its principle will stay the same. It will be a very deep seat with
absolutely relaxed leg, with the toes pulled down and out a bit with
fixed thighs. This will be the most natural seat.
Discover NHE secrets of balanced riding in natural collection without bit and bridle!
Paperback: 102 pages, full-color
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)