This is a practical guide to good horsemanship. Starting with professional advice for the beginner, the book includes clearly illustrated lessons which aim to increase both confidence and riding ability, while the straightforward approach to common mistakes can help even the most experienced rider brush up on the basics. The book is divided into five sections - first lessons - looking at such things as adjusting tack and dismounting, learning to jump, improve your riding - which examines how to polish technique and eliminate common problems - out and about - including night riding and tackling different terrains - as well as a section on first aid.
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Book Description Stanley Paul, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 91774144