"The Old Timer's Survival Guide Of Horse Remedies and Horsemanship"
Here's what it is.
While researching, I discovered a fascinating document revealing remedies for horses with ailments.
It is what the old timers used for curing their horses of certain diseases and ailments.
What's in the survival guide?
For instance, you'll see a surprising way to heal a cut or wound. The instructions say it can be used on man and horse.
Another remedy shows you how to fix bruises, sores, swelling, strains, or galls. What the author instructs you to do is very different from today's medicine but he claims, "I have cured knee-sprung horses with this oil frequently."
And as an extra bonus, the author wrote four horsemanship principles he wanted you to know.
One shows how to teach a horse to lay down. This is great for teaching a trick to your horse.
The second shows how to make your horse a good pacer. This is good to know because no one wants a slow, lazy horse.
The third teaches some horsemanship. Horsemanship knowledge is always a valuable nugget to know.
And the fourth briefly describes the indicators of a horse's disposition.
This is important information to know as you're training a horse.
In all, the bonus is six pages of information the old timers used to take care of their horses.
They believed in their medicines and used them because they had to survive. If their horses didn't survive, neither did they.
I've told you a lot of what is revealed in this 150 year old, Arabian Horse Training guide - but there is even more I haven't told you about.
You will just have to see for yourself.
Bonus to the "Arabian Horse Training"