The The BHS Training Manual for Progressive Riding: Bhs Training Manual for Progressive Riding Tests 1-6, The Tests 1-6
Each Progressive Riding test is divided into riding (equitation) and stable management, so that the subjects can be studied separately. For example, a non-rider may be interested solely in the care of the horse; alternatively, a competent rider may not yet possess the practical skills required for the same level of stable management. This manual describes The level of practical and theoretical knowledge required for each test How candidates should train to ensure competence in the stable management and ridden sections of each test. What the examiners are looking for In short, how to PASS the tests - first time!
- Paperback | 112 pages
- 176 x 230 x 10mm | 281.23g
- 06 Feb 2006
- Quiller Publishing Ltd
- Kenilworth Press Ltd
- Haslemere, United Kingdom
About Islay Auty
The author, Islay Auty, is a fellow of the British Horse Society, a chief examiner, and former chairman of the BHS Training and Education. She is also a coach, dressage judge and competitor.
Written for the BHS by a chief examiner and based on the latest syllabus, this training manual provides clear guidelines on the requirements of these examinations.