"A valuable, perhaps even classic book on horse whispering. . . " — Publishers’ Weekly "A proven record of remarkable achievements." — Western Producer "Chris Irwin has written a book that rings clear and true to those of us practising equine assisted psychotherapy." —— Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) Newsletter If you’re ready to try something new and contemporary, invest in this book. —— Horsmens Corral I really liked the author’s direct and unpretenious approach to himself, life, and of course, horses. —— Eastern Equerry
From the Back Cover
What horses reveal to us about ourselves as we struggle to understand their behaviour — that’s the essence of this remarkable and compassionate book by Chris Irwin, Canada’s own horse whisperer. Irwin points out that learning to think like a horse means exploring the ancient relationship between predators and prey, with humans and horses cast in opposing roles. In Horses Don’t Lie, Irwin’s message is that horses can teach us how to communicate with empathy and patience, not only with animals, but with each other.