The Man Who Listens to Horses Topics for Discussion

Monty Roberts
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Do you think that Monty's father was a bad man? If so, why? Why do you think that he was so abusive to horses?

Describe the traditional technique of starting horses. Do you feel that this technique is too violent? Is this the best way to teach horses to follow a human's instruction?

How did Monty's experience with his abusive father shape and influence the way he approached horses?

What do you think that Monty learned on the night that he saw his father kill another man?

What does Monty mean when he says a horse is a "flight animal" and humans are "fight animals"? Describe the difference between a flight animal and a fight animal.

Why was Monty's experience meeting the Queen of England so important for him? What do you think he learned from that trip?

Why do you think Monty wanted to start a...

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