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by Dutch Henry

It's for the Horses

An advocate's musings about their needs, spirit, gifts and care

“It’s for the Horses,” truly is for the horses.

You’ll enjoy stories about their spirituality, communication, emotions, needs, care, connection, health, exercises, housing, foot care and more. This is not a book about riding or training horses. This is a book on my thoughts, ideas and suggestions on how folks might find the joy in doing things for the horse, with the horse’s point of view as the leading guide. It is my hope to help as many people as possible learn to hear the horse, feel their spirit, and in that way help horses and their people everywhere.


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Reviews

Joe Camp: "I so strongly recommend his latest book, It’s For the Horses"

"I believe that things would immediately improve for every horse on this planet if we could affect one simple little change, one tiny little shift in perspective. Dutch Henry believes this as well and that is why I so strongly recommend his latest book, It’s For the Horses. Because if we could convince every horse owner on the planet to make every decision about their horses from the perspective of the horse, then everything would change immediately. Relationship, training and the health and happiness of the horse. Kathleen and I have proven it. Dutch Henry has proven it. And everything he has written in It’s For the Horses will lift you closer and closer to those goals. And closer and closer to your horses. Read it. You will not regret it. Nor will your horses."


—Joe Camp

author of the national best-seller, The Soul of a Horse—Life Lessons from the Herd and its Amazon #1 best-selling sequel Born Wild—The Soul of a Horse


Lisa Ross-Williams: "This book belongs in every horse person's library...kept within close reach"

"In this book Dutch covers what we can do to become better guardians for our equines by understanding their needs truly encompassing min,body, and soul. I think that if horses could write, they would have compiled a book like this! It's for the Horses is a passionate, highly useful resource for all people who want to do right by the equines in their life. This book belongs in every horse person's library, but best kept within close reach as it is a book to be referred back to often."


—Lisa Ross-Williams

Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, Natural Horse Magazine and author of award winning book, Down-To-Earth Natural Horse Care


Bobbie Jo Lieberman: "a remarkable journey"

"Dutch Henry is on a mission to help people see their horses with new eyes, to listen with new ears, to touch their lives with greater sensitivity and awareness. It has often been said that our horses are our greatest teachers. Dutch Henry, who has opened his heart, mind and soul to the horse, is living proof of that statement. Enjoy the learning as we join Dutch on a remarkable journey."


—Bobbie Jo Lieberman

Editor-in-Chief, trailBLAZER magazine


Diane J. Sept: "Enjoy the wonderful way of Dutch Henry’s writing"

"Dutch Henry finds joy as he guides the horse/human relationship closer to and into this space. This project compiles Dutch Henry’s years of experience gathering helpful—sometimes life-altering—exercises for the horse. This ability to help the horse sometimes reciprocates in a life-altering shift in the human. Dutch has found and follows the guidance of horse professionals who honor that which he honors. These exercises are based on the truth of the whole horse—emotional, mental, physical. Enjoy the wonderful way of Dutch Henry’s writing. Enjoy soaking in this supportive way with your horse. Enjoy the shift in you and your horse’s relationship."


—Diane J. Sept

Connected Riding Senior instructor and owner of Back To Basics Equine Awareness

About Dutch Henry

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Dutch Henry lives with his wife of 40-plus years on their small farm in Appomattox, VA. He has had columns for several equine magazines, published hundreds of articles and has authored five books He loves trail riding in the deep woods near his home, exploring and enjoying God's beauty from horseback.

A lifelong bird watcher, Dutch volunteered 20 years for the Parks Department, leading bird walks, and installing and teaching to maintain bluebird trails. He has worked with horses, helped at-risk youth discover their inner beauty and strength, and teaches equine posture exercises to horse owners.


Dutch loves horses, dogs, cats, wild birds and wildflowers, and the joy and wonderment they give to so many.

You can reach Dutch Henry at dutchhenry@hughes.net.
He loves to hear from folks.