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My Horses My Teachers is an excellent book on Horses and how to learn from them Alois Podhajsky tells about his experiences with horses and how they taught him how to ride and teach them from the time that he was a small child and for most the rest of his life I especially appreciate this book because it is so much like how I learned most all I know about horses Someone that is having problems with their riding instructor could use this book to tell what the problem is and someone wanting to teach can pick up some dos and dontsThe book is written in first person and told like Mr Podhajsky is telling the reader in person about his life with horses He tells the story about his first horse the rocking horse that he cared for until his brother took it apart I appreciated this because I had a little stick horse that I loved and played with before I was aloud to ride The first real horse he rode was his fathers horse The grooms would lift him up on the horses back and walk him around Mr Podhajsky said that the mare was gentle which was important because she did not make him afraid so he enjoyed his little rides The first horse I rode was a very gentle western gelding that knew everything and did everything he was asked willingly I started on him when I was five because that was the youngest that anyone would give me lessons and my family was not into horses This first horse was really good for me because he never gave me any thing to be afraid of This was good because I am always a little fearful when I try something new The second horse Podhajsky rode liked to pitch him off so that he learned that he had to do something to stay on and that the horse could
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