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The Man Who Listens to Horses Quotes

Monty Roberts
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"In order to gain a horse's trust and willing cooperation, both parties must meet in the middle. However, it is totally the responsibility of the human to achieve this. The only way is to earn the trust of the horse and never abuse his status as a flight animal." (p. 10)

" I could use the same silent system of communication myself. If I understood how to do it, I could effectively cross over the boundary between human (the ultimate fight animal) and horse (the flight animal). Using their language, their system of communication, I could create a strong bond of trust. " (p. 24)

"My father's methods of dealing with horses were what I would describe as conventional—but that is to say, cruel." (p. 39)

"Over the years this came to be the cornerstone of my thinking, so much so that it became like a mantra, and one proven by experience...

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