Teaching Children to Ride

Teaching Children to Ride : A Handbook for Instuctors

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Learning to ride should be fun, progressive and constructive, but all too often children can be frightened or put off. Teaching them is not easy. This book offers advice, exercises, lesson plans, games and teaching tips designed to provide variety and sound instruction, plus a range of innovative ideas for making learning to ride an enjoyable, worthwhile and satisfying experience, even for the very young.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 186 x 245 x 10.16mm | 340.19g
  • Kenilworth Press Ltd
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • b&w drawings and diagrams, index
  • 1872119433
  • 9781872119434
  • 133,678

Table of contents

Introduction 1. Planning a lesson 2. Before you begin 3. Teaching the basic 4. Starting and finishing a lesson 5. Things to do in mid-session breaks 6. Ideas for early lessons 7. Trotting 8. Using poles in lessons 9. Cantering 10. Jumping 11. More advanced work for older children 12. Riding out 13. Mounted games Conclusion Index
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About Jane Wallace

Jane Wallace, a former international three-day event rider, is a well known author, respected trainer and mother of two pony mad-sons. She is also the author of The Less Than Perfect Horse, and several titles in the Threshold Picture Guide series.
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