Jan 04 2013
Who is the world’s largest horse trainer of all time? Would-be its image in the horse trainer’s Hall of Fame? Maybe. His name was Jesse Beery. Before he was twenty, he became a world-class horse trainer. He was so well known, there were more people who heard about him that did not. Jesse Beery learned to train horses almost entirely on its own because there were few people who knew how to train a horse.
Beery discourage parents horse training as a career, but later okay’d his passion. Therefore, there was no stopping Beery achieve greatness. Beery the first tilt train horses happened when he drove a horse and buggy a friend at home. As the output Beery buggy horse spooked and ran . During this long march home Beery is determined to keep his horse on the spot.
As he worked with his horse he discovered ways to get a horse to do what he wanted. Although nearly killed in incidents training and laughed with friends and , Beery has quickly become Authority training on horseback. Beery methods solve many problems with horses that seemed insoluble. If a horse is difficult to shoe, fled while firing equally spooky, and more, Beery knew how to fix it.
As if his achievements were not enough to keep busy, Beery wrote a training manual Horse describing how to do what he did. Unfortunately, a few copies exist today and those who do may be difficult to read due to the poor state of these very old books. The book Beery may be available in book stores if one is motivated to research. Be prepared for a long search – but Beery if a book is found in good condition, be willing to pay an attractive price.
It May be an alternative. Beery’s book was recently revived by horse trainer Andy Curry. Curry Beery discovered the book in a library used by . Curry said, “This is one of the most amazing books I’ve ever read on horse training. Beery explains its methods as clearly as it is there with you holding your hand, showing that ‘ it must be done. Each responsible horse owners should have a copy of this book – period!
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