I Am Equus: Understanding the Horse’s Potential through Everyday Encounters
02/26/2010

Go beyond textbook psychology to bridge the gap between you and your horse.

There is nothing average about the average riding-school pony, and nothing “human” about a horse playing a joke.

Online PR News – 26-February-2010 – – Have you ever felt there was more to your horse than most people presume? If so, you were probably right. What we take for granted from our horses has long been dismissed as simple instinct, but horses have the capacity for complex emotions, intelligence, and a consciousness not commonly accepted as a trait of the animal kingdom. Horses have demonstrated “human” traits such as humor and compassion for as long as we have shared the earth, and it is up to us to figure out what we have in common to improve our communication skills with them.

In the new book, I Am Equus, you’ll get to know horses that have demonstrated amazing trust, survived against all odds, formed lifelong friendships, made people laugh, and taught others inspirational life lessons. Some have even saved lives. At last, equus is presented in his true intellectual and emotional potential.

About the Author: Duaa Anwar, an Egyptian raised in the United Arab Emirates, was born with a love of horses. She spent most of her life reading and studying about horses until finally becoming a horse owner in 1995. She rides and competes in dressage, and advocates classical riding and natural horsemanship through her website www.ArtofRiding.com. Her articles have been published across the web and in many equestrian publications. She is currently preparing for an instructor qualification issued by the British Horse Society.

Title: I Am Equus: Understanding the Horse’s Potential through Everyday Encounters
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: January 27, 2010
Pages: 260
Format: 6 x 9 Paperback, $17.95
ISBN: 1432751492
Format: 6 x 9 hardback, $29.95
ISBN: 1432751514
Distributed via: Ingram, Baker & Taylor