More How Your Horse Wants You to Ride

More How Your Horse Wants You to Ride : Advanced Basics, the Fun Begins

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Techniques to help riders fine-tune their communication and riding skills

This follow-up to How Your Horse Wants You to Ride helps intermediate to advanced riders improve their communication with their mounts and polish their overall riding skills. Readers get a complete tutorial-much of which can be found nowhere else-on taking their riding skills to the next level.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 340 pages
  • 180 x 241 x 26mm | 720g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Indianapolis, IN, United States
  • English
  • 0764599143
  • 9780764599149
  • 1,655,055

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Take your understanding of horses and riding to a new level.

In this sequel to "How Your Horse Wants You to Ride: Starting Out--Starting Over," Gincy Self Bucklin explores in greater depth the three basics: relationship, riding without interfering, and communication. She then covers the rest of the essential riding skills, including cantering, jumping, and cross country, providing a comprehensive foundation for upper-level work. Bucklin introduces the serious student to advanced concepts, presented in a way that is easy to understand. You'll learn: How to use leading to improve your rein skills and your horse's responsesHow free-longeing helps you and your horse learn more about his bodyWhy "riding your horse straight" isn't as simple as you thoughtHow to help your horse deal with downhillsHow to "really" sit the canterWhy jumping is one of the easiest skills
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About Gincy Self Bucklin

GINCY SELF BUCKLIN is the daughter of well-known equestrian author Margaret Cabell Self. She has more than fifty years of professional experience during which she developed a revolutionary teaching program for horse and rider--a program that eliminates fear, tension, and bad habits from the start. Her students include all levels from beginners to instructor-in-traning. She is rated a Level IV Instructor by the American Riding Instructor's Association. Bucklin is also the author of "How Your Horse Wants You to Ride" and "What Your Horse Wants You to Know" (Wiley).
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