TIM HAYES attended The University of Vermont and holds a B.S. Degree in Psychology. Before his career as a horseman, Hayes had a long career in Film and Television. He has worked as a cowboy for the Joseph Black & Son Cattle Ranch of Bruneau, Idaho and as a riding instructor at Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk, NY. It was there that he began teaching Natural Horsemanship, the approach often called, "Horse Whispering." For the past fifteen years, Hayes has been a nationally recognized Natural Horsemanship Clinician. He teaches and conducts clinics throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico. He is also a visiting instructor of Natural Horsemanship in the Department of Animal Science for both The University of Connecticut and The University of Vermont. He has appeared in the 2006 award winning Cablevision’s TV Documentary "Natural Horsemanship with Tim Hayes" and has been profiled in numerous other media outlets, including The New York Times.
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Tim Hayes; Foreword by Robert Redford
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Equine therapy has long been a staple activity for special-needs children and adults, and its physical benefits are evident. In Riding Home, Horse Nation's must read book of 2016, Tim Hayes...