There is always a lot to do in the fields. A large tree blew down in the recent storms, so we had to set about tackling it!
Daily life with my horses in these challenging times. Normality helps to keep us grounded.
I am thrilled to have such lovely reviews this month from both Equestrian Trade News and Therapy Today. It is so exciting that this book appeals to both the horse world and the mental health profession! I learned so much more writing it: a real learning curve which has given me a greater understanding of my horses, and myself as a human being, horse owner and rider.
The Psychology of Horsemanship Book by Claire Lilley
Featuring over 100 photos and several diagrams, this book explores the application of psychology to the world of horses. From the author’s perspective this book explores how horse and rider can benefit from a depth of understanding with each other.
Full of insight and real life examples from her own experience, the author takes a look at the relationship between horse and rider, and how it impacts on both mental and physical development.With high-quality photographs, diagrams and extended real-life examples, this book explores the application of psychology to the world of horses.
Claire’s latest book is available from Crowood Press on the link below;
Claire Lilley at home with the Horses
Taking care of ourselves and our horses during the coronavirus.