Book Review: Life Lessons from a Ranch Horse

Life Lessons from a Ranch Horse

Mark Rashid

Johnson Books, 2003

Mark Rashid is a horse trainer who works one-on-one work with horse and rider. In his fourth book, Life Lessons from a Ranch Horse, he tells the story of a seven-year-old horse who steps into his life. The horse, named Buck, challenges Rashid to reevaluate everything he knows about horse training. In the process, he becomes not only a better horse trainer but also a better person.

Life Lessons from a Ranch Horse is not really a book about horse training. It is a book which opens doors to to possibilities that are available to us all not just with horses, but more importantly, in our overall daily lives. It teaches an effective way to approach problems and solve them to everyone’s benefit.

Rahsid is a natural storyteller. The book is easy to read; it flows smoothly and holds your interest. You will be so enthralled by the story that you will forget that you are being taught. After reading the book, you will find that you use these life-lessons on a daily basis.

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