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Much of a horse’s communication involves tone and body language, much more so than making sounds. To talk to your horse, you will need to understand this physical language to make sure your words have the greatest impact. Horses may not understand human-speak, but you can communicate effectively with your horse by mixing your words and actions.


How to Speak Horse : A Horse-Crazy Kid's Guide to Reading Body Language, Understanding Behavior, and Talking Back with Simple Groundwork Lessons [Andrea Eschbach, Markus Eschbach] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Natural horsemanship for kids! Horse trainers Andrea and Markus Eschbach have created easy lessons in “horse speak” for horse-crazy kids.


Horses have unique ways of communicating their thoughts. Learn how to speak horse so you can understand how they're feeling.


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The best way for us to effectively communicate with our horses is to just “speak horse”. If you could learn to speak your horse’s language, teaching him what you want him to do becomes so much easier. What Is Your Horse’s Language? Horses communicate with each other through body language.


Movement to a horse is language. It is also freedom, comfort, and safety. When you "talk" to your horse (and from now on "talk" means communicating with your body and gestures), you have the power to influence even the most flamboyant gestures from your horse by the most subtle of body angles, curves, and, when…


Horses are talking, are you ready to listen? Horse Speak TM is a practical system for “listening” and “talking” to horses in their language, instead of expecting them to comprehend ours. Horse Speak can be used by anyone who works with horses, whether riding instructor, colt starter, recreational rider, or avid competitor.


A horse’s body language is based on movement first and vocalizations second. Horse body language that seems aggressive or dangerous (to people) is essential for horse-to-horse communication. The trick is in learning how to read horses and then placing yourself in a position of power, trust and respect.