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    DescriptionWhen Monty Roberts was thirteen years old he went off on his own to the deserts of Nevada to watch mustangs in the wild. What he learned about their methods of communication changed his life forever. The Man Who Listens to Horses reveals his deep love and understanding of horses. We learn how, through his relationship with various horses, he gradually developed the methods which enabled him to communicate with horses in their own language, a silent language of gestures similar to sign language: the unique art of the horse whisperer. According to Monty, anyone can learn the language of the horse and anyone can learn his Join-Up(R) methods. In this amazing true life book he tells you how. This is the bestselling autobiography that spread Monty Roberts' message across the world and changed his life forever. Unique and inspirational, and with a message that resonates far wider than its application to horses, it might change your life too.

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    The Man Who Listens to Horses
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Monty Roberts
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 384
    Width: 110 mm
    Height: 178 mm
    Thickness: 24 mm
    Weight: 213 g
    ISBN 13: 9780099794615
    ISBN 10: 0099794616

    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: T4.0
    BIC subject category V2: BG
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    BIC E4L: PET
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    BIC subject category V2: WSNF, WNGH
    Warengruppen-Systematik des deutschen Buchhandels: 24280
    Libri: B-961
    BISAC V2.8: TEC003020
    DC20: 636.1088092
    Thema V1.0: DNB, WNGH, SKL
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    02 October 1997
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    Monty Roberts, known as 'The Man Who Listens to Horses', leads an extraordinary life. An award-winning trainer of championship horses, bestselling author, Hollywood stunt man, foster dad to forty-seven children (in addition to three of his own) and creator of the world-renowned and revolutionary equine training technique Join-Up(R), Roberts has won countless awards and received immense worldwide press coverage. He trains horses for the Queen and has been awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Zurich and the University of Parma. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals honored Roberts with their Founders Award. He is now much in demand as a motivational speaker and executives from groups as diverse as the CIA to Volkswagen have invited him to share his experiences with their leaders. He lives at Flag is Up Farms in Solvang, California, with his wife, Pat.
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    "Wild horses should not drag you away from finding out more about Monty Roberts" Independent "The horse whisperer in action... more exciting than his fictional counterpart" Observer "Contains enough plotlines to keep Dick Francis busy for years" Spectator "For anyone who cares about animals and would like to get on with them better, it is required reading" -- John Oaksey Daily Telegraph
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    The surprisingly complex and lively memoir of a successful and influential horse trainer who helped pioneer nonviolent methods of breaking horses in. Some of the book's vigor and pace may have to do with the fact that Lucy Grealy (Autobiography of a Face, 1994) is the coauthor. The narrative begins in 1948 when Roberts, then 13, spent time studying wild horses in the Nevada desert. He applied what he learned there to radically new ideas about how wild horses could be trained and came to be an important figure in horse racing circles. His portrait of the business of breeding and training horses is frank and fascinating, but the book's most memorable passages cover the rodeos and horse business in the west as it was in the author's youth, and include a haunting portrait of his violent, racist father and of some of the other remarkable figures Roberts knew (including a young James Dean). Over and above everything, though, is Roberts's surpassing love for horses, captured here in his evocations of the horses he has trained over a career spanning four decades. (Kirkus Reviews)