Sheryl Lynde’s new book ‘Riding From the Heart’ is an educational read on training difficult horses and tackling unwanted behavior

Press release

April 21, 2022 6:00 a.m. EDT

AUBURN, Calif., April 21, 2022 (Newswire.com) –
Fulton Books author Sheryl Lynde, a horse trainer since 2004, has completed her latest book “Riding from the Heart”: a helpful and insightful manuscript that offers a unique trainers perspective on training young colts and the working with horses with behavioral problems. It is his attempt to offer fellow riders insight into why horses do what they do and how to research effective approaches to their horse’s behaviors with insight from his own personal journey in the field.

Lynde shares, “In this book, I share some of the strategies and approaches I’ve used to train the toughest horses I’ve ever known. The parallels between humans and horses have given me tremendous insight. of the cause of many of their behaviors, as well as creating a career path that I believe is my life’s purpose.”

Published by Fulton Books, Sheryl Lynde’s illuminating book explains the hows and whys of her own training practices. With nearly two decades of experience and the training of hundreds of equine souls, this work will help others in the field understand horses and build a better relationship with them.

Readers wishing to discover this well-written book can purchase “Riding from the Heart” in bookstores worldwide, or online at the Apple iTunes, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble store.

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Source: Fulton Books

Clyde P. Johnson