5 edition of The Heart of a Horse found in the catalog.
May 6, 2003
by Altitude Publishing (Canada)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
An elegant, heartwarming story about the profound connections between people and animalsIn the winter of , nineteen-year-old Martha Lessen saddles her horses and heads for a remote county in eastern Oregon, looking for work gentling wild horses. She. (The large heart is also found in the Standardbred and the Quarter Horses- America's other racehorse breeds). Sport horses and any other breed that has Thoroughbred may also carry this trait, and if your horse has unusual stamina, longevity and vitality, this is a strong indication that it may carry the large heart.
While a horse is at rest, its sinoatrial node discharges about 30 times per minute. Large animals, such as horses, tend to have a slower heart rate than smaller animals (such as cats or birds). With exercise, the heart rate increases. A horse's heart can beat times in a minute during maximal exercise. The book also is educational as well as entertaining as it contains fact boxes interspersed throughout the story." If you wish to purchase "THE HEART OF A HORSE" for $ please contact Pat Bliss at [email protected] It is also available through in e-book or in printed format.
Big Heart is the heartwarming story of a young girl and her horse and their attempt to win the greatest horse race of the year. A great read for 8 to 14 year olds or for bedtime reading by a parent to their child. The perfect performer-the horse of your heart. For here's where the raw one will falter and baulk, And here's where the tyro is pulled to a walk, But the horse of your heart never dwells or demurs And is over the top to a touch of the spurs. To you who ride young ones half-schooled and half-broke, What joy to find freedom a while from your yoke!
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When I was a kid I read every horse story in print and I remember especially Black Beauty (of course) and the books of Will James. Hearts of Horses is the same kind of book. The language is as simple as a pair of leather chaps, and the lead character of Martha is as quiet and soft-spoken, determined and brave, as any character Jimmy Stewart /5(48).
Many of the chapters in Molly Gloss’s book The Hearts of Horses begin with “in those days.” Reading the book is a lot like listening to your grandma tell you a story about “back in those days.” Except for a few horse-related gaffes (basal hackamore, McClelland saddle, and “him” the mare), Gloss’s use of language is deft/5(52).
Heart of the Horse is an experience of spirituality. Of course if you like horses, you will like this book. But this book offers so much more.
I am not "horse crazy" and I love this book. Juliet's photography takes us beyond words and captures the spirit and soul of these horses/5(16). For me, The Heart of Horses was just such a book. Set in eastern Oregon during World War I, the story follows Martha, a young woman who trains horses and longs for a simpler, more “old-timey” life.
This book so beautifully captures a time, a place, /5. This is a one of a kind book that tells compelling stories of the heart about the nature of horses.
Kathy's experiences throughout her life with The Heart of a Horse book powerful beings carries you on a journey that includes inspiration, revelation, heartbreak, emotional upheavals, thrilling adventure, suspense, and of /5(67). As with her Mist books, Ms. Evans takes you on a heart touching story of a boy and a horse.
If your life has been touched by horses there are so many things you will relate to in this story. From the loving bond that forms between human and horse to the feeling of accomplishment and pride in having gained the trust of such a wonderful creature!/5(61).
Cardiology of the Horse is a multi-author, contemporary reference on equine cardiology. The first section reviews the physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology of the equine cardiovascular system.
The second section describes diagnostic methods from basic to specialist examination skills and the third section addresses the investigation and management of common clinical problems using a.
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3 Vintage Back Issues of Miniature Horse World Magazine '85. Mission. The mission of The Heart Of A Horse Foundation (HOAH) is quite simple when considering ethical and humane care, treatment and rescue of our equine companions.
With 7 million horses in the United States alone The American Horse Council estimates there are overunwanted and uncared for horses. Each year,American horses are slaughtered unnecessarily. “The Heart Of A Horse: Poignant Tales And Humorous Escapades”,is another treatise from Canadian company, Amazing Stories.
I think it folded but it is always in evidence at charity book sales. They exceed pages by a hair and would have been ideal for international readers to /5.
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Suitable for middle grade readers, this is a historical book as well as a great story for horse devotees and kids. Heart of the Horse promotes holistic balance through an integrative care and treatment model as defined by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.
Our work is complementary and supportive, is not intended to be a substitute for traditional Medical, Psychiatric or Veterinary care; we do not diagnose or prescribe treatment. Diagnostic Cytology and Hematology of the Horse is a practical reference that presents common clinical findings in an easy-to-use text/atlas format.
A general chapter discusses sample collections and techniques, followed by a 'systems' approach and chapters on specific types of fluid.
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Heart of the Horse book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Juliet van Otteren's expressive portraits convey the power and elementa 4/5(8). From the Heart of Horses is a book that will bring insight to everyone with an interest in how humans and animals can learn from one another.
Kathy Pike is the founder of the Mind Body Method (MBM), a published author, a coach trainer, a leader in the field of. 9. Talking With Horses by Henry Blake I’ve read books by many “horse whisperers”. Henry Blake was born in the s, grew up with horses. Kathy was the vision behind and founding partner of the Horse as Teacher book series, featuring two books each with ten contr She is a speaker, coach, facilitator and an internationally published author of Hope from the Heart of Horses: How Horses Teach Us about Presence, Strength and Awareness, available in both English and Dutch/5.
I just finished reading the novel “Secretariat,” which is an outstanding book, regardless of the breed you’re partial to. I was amazed at how many great racehorses had reportedly died of “heart attacks” while racing or training.
In the 35 years I’ve been in practice, I honestly can’t recall seeing a horse die of a heart attack, although I hear about them often. The heart is cone-shaped, with a broad base at the top from which the large blood vessels enter and exit. The tip, known as the apex, points downwards and lies close to the sternum.
In the horse, the apex is blunted during diastole. The longitudinal axis of the heart is tilted, resulting in the base facing craniodorsally and the apex.The dosh khaleen read omens as Daenerys consumes the horse's heart. The book also states what the negative consequences are if Daenerys fails to eat all of the stallion's heart: it is an ill omen meaning that the child might be stillborn, come forth weak or deformed, or worse, female.Hope from the Heart of Horses: How Horses Teach Us about Presence, Strength, and Awareness Linda Kohanov, Author, Kathy Pike, Author.
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