Table of contents for Horse behavior problem solver : your questions answered about how horses think, learn and react / Jessica Jahiel.

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Preface	{00}
((ED: No intro included with these files; preface only.))Part I: On the Ground	{00}
Chapter 1: Humans and Horses	{00}
Chapter 2: Catching and Leading	{00}
Chapter 3: Grooming and Handling	{00}
Chapter 4: Medicating	{00}
Chapter 5: Vet and Farrier Visits	{00}
Chapter 6: Tacking Up	{00}
Part II: Under Saddle 
Chapter 7: Moving While the Rider Mounts	{00}
Chapter 8: On the Trail	{00}
Chapter 9: Shying and Spooking	 {00}
Chapter 10: Herd-Bound, Barn-Sour	{00}
Chapter 11: Napping and Bolting
Chapter 12: Bucking and Rearing
Part III: At Home
Chapter 13: In the Stall	{00}
Chapter 14: Tying and Cross-Tying	{00}
Chapter 15: Herd Behavior and Turnout	{00}
Chapter 16: Mares and Foals	{00}
Chapter 17: Stallions	{00}
Chapter 18: Geldings	{00}
Part IV: Away from Home
Chapter 19: Trailers: Getting in, Staying in, Getting Out	{00}
Chapter 20: At the Show or Clinic	{00}
Chapter 21: Moving to a New Home	{00}
Chapter 22: There's Always More to Learn	{00}	((ED: See note in ch23 document about this chapter.))
Resources	{00}
Glossary	{00}
Index	{00}

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Horses Behavior Miscellanea, Horsemanship Miscellanea