The Brilliance of Your Stature
Creates an Image of Perfection
Floating Throughout the Land
Free to Roam
In the Face of Adversity
Your Strength Shines Through
From Every Fiber of Your Being
With a Heart of Fire
Passion to Survive the Existence of Time
Your Chi Flows In a Glow
Infecting Life’s Energy
To the Beings in Your Presence
Through Evolution You Became Extinct
Your Image Silenced from Sight
Although the Essence of Your Soul
Placed In the Ground to Flourish
Once Again. Recognized as,
“The Grass Remembers Them.”
Anna Elizabeth Judd is the best-selling author who usually writes modern western novels, young adult literature and nails in each genre. Her famous novels are The Stage Robbery, The Broncobusters and many more.
Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack represents a keen way to teach the alphabet to developing children. Through word associations, rhyming schemes, and pictorial representations, the book promotes effective teaching technologies to advance the knowledge levels of students from pre-school through elementary school. Example, “Haystack Helps Hubert Haul Hay up the Hill.”
From an Instructional Design standpoint Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack superbly promotes learning technology strategies adaptable to many of Gardner’s Learning Styles, which places Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack on a pedestal. When considering platforms by which to advance basic learning and communication skills, teachers now have an exceptional new tool to aid them in their endeavors.
Most notably, children will develop a personal relationship with Haystack, a courageous horse who has appeared in several other works. This character bonding boldly prompts young children to develop a relationship based on trustworthiness which can potentially last for many years…much in the way Dr. Seuss and Fred Rogers afforded those of us in “older” generations for several decades, making Learn Your ABC’S with Haystack a must-read!
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 have 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. Below is a literary reference that has given me insight when handling a horse.
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.
In my vast years of training, there was one characteristic that remained consistent with horses, either young or old. Equus is a herd animal, therefore the fight-or-flight instinct is the basis for survival. Training must follow the patterns of natural instincts. When the lessons stray, abuse becomes the foundation. Even though man domesticated Equus around 4000 B.C., there are sixty million years of evolution. Predispositions do not fade overnight.
Many of us cannot recall the old western shows on radio and television, where thrilling endings were prompted by “Tune in again next week to see…!”.
The Stage Robbery brings us back to these great old days, where hero and villain alike take us through suspenseful moments of, “Will the Posse find the Marshal?” or “Will the Outriders Gang get away with another crime?”
In the meantime, for those that appreciate the classic days of westerns and tales of the Old West…or for those who want to go back in time to the good old days for the first time…read The Stage Robbery and be prepared for anything! Tune in next time until the next review…until then!
The Handbook of Horsemanship By Anna Elizbeth Judd ISBN-13 : 978-1648731358 Publisher : Writer’s Publishing House Language: : English Customer Reviews: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 rating Horsemen are exposed to the inclement weather; hot summer heat, stinging sweat in the eyes, and spring…
Raised on a cattle ranch where horses are viewed as work animals, not companions. Mathew struggles between his love for horses and making a living. When Mathew’s father is tragically killed he is forced take on the role as owner of the ranch. When he befriends a man named Samuel the two embark on a business venture to start the world’s first dedicated horse ranch.
In the Old West, during a time when the terrain was hostile, lived a man named Jed. His father alone raised him ‘till he was a young teen. Jed escapes the brutal acts of an abusive parent and befriends the devil himself. From there his escapades carry them across the countryside, wreaking havoc on every unsuspecting victim that crosses their paths. Then one day, the evil tactics of his friend, Diablo, cause his blurred vision to clear, leaving a scared man alone in the desert wondering where to find answers to the questions he seeks to learn.
The Boy Who Couldn’t Talk, the story of Haystack a young foal born with an innate talent, he has yet to find out. In a tragic barn fire Libby, Haystack’s mother dies. Amid the chaos, he learns what a true relationship with God means. As time progresses, Haystack meets Adam, The Boy Who Couldn’t Talk. They develop an incredible bond that shows Haystack’s true reason for living.
Haystack and his barn companions; Boots the dog and Specs the rooster experience all the thrilling adventures in life, while they heal from the tragic loss of their friends.
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