Rose Miller - 'The Horse that wouldn't Trot'
Many of us are horse lovers. Most of us first became attracted to horses when we were small children. Such is the story of Rose Miller. Horses are her lifelong addiction. She owned horses of different breeds in the search for her perfect horse and then, in one ride, found her true love—the Tennessee Walking Horse, a horse that does not trot. The old adage, "Ride one today, buy one tomorrow," proved to be true as Miller rode and then bought her first Walking Horse.
The Tennessee Walking Horse is truly an American horse. These horses were developed for Southern landowners to ride across their vast acreage on a horse that would be comfortable to ride and effortlessly cover many miles in the course of a day's work.
In her book, "The Horse That Wouldn’t Trot," Rose writes of her destiny with these captivating horses and shares some of their fascinating history. She tells of owning, breeding, training, riding and showing these magnificent animals. She shares moments of wonderment and joy at the birth of a foal, sorrow for the losses that come with breeding and owning horses, the challenges that come with training, the victories and disappointments that come with showing and the fascinating personalities of the special ones.
This is a book for all animal lovers, young and old alike.
When purchasing this book a portion of the sale is donated to 2 organizations that fight abusive training practices of these horses, NWHA and FOSH.
To find out more information go to: www.rosemiller.net
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