Anna Elizabeth Judd
Anna provides it all as if you are in the saddle along for the journey. Her rare books bring the readers joy from nearly every genre they can appreciate.
My goal in writing, “The Handbook of Horsemanship” is to help anyone who reads the book to become a better horseman and to understand that training a horse is better done by using patience and perfection, not abuse.
Competent trainers have passion in their hearts for horses. Horsemanship is learned in a multitude of fashions, but guidance from an Equestrian Professional is the key to success. For example, I had the privilege of being instructed by two world hall of fame trainers; Pete Kyle and Lighting Leonard Moore. They taught me the art of patience and perfection. Two things that are a constant struggle when handling horses
Horsemen are exposed to the inclement weather; hot summer heat, stinging sweat in the eyes, and spring mud up to the knees winter. Not to mention, breaking the ice on the water pails, snow falling, and ice storms. But, these inconveniences pale compared to the spiritual enlightenment received spending every day with a horse.