EMRA™ Intelligence

Robert Falconer-Taylor, Peter Neville & Val Strong

Since 2004 in the UK, the Centre of Applied Animal Ethology (COAPE) has been developing EMRA™, a revolutionary and highly successful way of treating behaviour problems in companion animals. EMRA™ is based on emotional assessment of the individual dog or cat rather than the quasi-diagnoses of behaviour problems of old that have often lead to standardised and unnecessarily complicated approaches to treatment.

Classical Dressage with Anja Beran

Classical Dressage with Anja Beran
Anja Beran

Every rider would like to ride their horse as well as possible, but how do we go about it the right way? This book explains why and, above all, how to classically train a horse, for example, we have to look at each horse as an individual - what problems does he have? How is his natural crookedness expressed? What is his personality like?

Academic Art of Riding

Academic Art of Riding - Bent Branderup
Bent Branderup

Explore the knowledge and teachings of the Old Masters in this well illustrated and easy-to-understand book. The author of this book, Bent Branderup, has dedicated his life to study their teachings and bring this knowledge in an intelligible way back to us.

Stallions Care and Management

Stallions Cover
Stefan Schneider and Steffi Birk

Keeping stallions is definitely not child’s play, but it also isn’t as difficult and dangerous as is often assumed. Because even stallions are, above all, “just” horses and, as with all other members of their species, correct management and solid basic education and training are required for a good partnership with their owner. However, there is still a little more to consider if you want to live the dream of owning a noble stallion.

My Riding Days Return

Marlitt Wendt

The childhood dream of happiness on horseback stays with many people even during long breaks from riding that are often due to work or family commitments. This book presents different options for a harmonious relationship between returner and horse, so that a happy memory can become a workable vision for the future.

My Horse Told Me

Daniela Bolze and Christiane Slawik

You can only react appropriately even in difficult situations and adapt to horses if you can correctly interpret their language. Pain and discomfort, annoyance, but also relaxation and contentment are easy to spot if you know what parts of the body and signals to look out for.

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