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Revolutionize Your Riding : Achieving Harmony in Movement Between Horse and Rider - Susan McBane

Revolutionize Your Riding

Achieving Harmony in Movement Between Horse and Rider

Hardcover Published: 22nd February 2008
ISBN: 9780715327401
Number Of Pages: 154

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Learn how to ride with the ease and grace of a professional with this brilliant system of riding.

This title includes a simple explanation of bio-mechanics will allow any rider to move as one with their horse. It gives the rider a gentle but powerful influence over their horse ensuring he co-operates rather than resists.

This approach to riding requires less effort from the rider, is less stressful for the horse and reduces tension allowing easier training, increased trust and better performance.

It presents the classical system in a clear and logical way ensuring beginners and the more experienced can pick up the techniques quickly and gain the benefits.

About the Author

Susan McBane is a classically trained rider. She is co-founder of the Equine Behaviour forum and a highly experienced author having written, amongst others, the 5 titles in the 100 Ways series for David & Charles.

Susan lives in Lancashire.

Introduction; 1 Enable your horse to do what you are asking; 2 How the horse moves; 3 Outside influences; 4 How the human moves; 5 How to move together; 6 How to let it happen; 7 Mind power; 8 The aiding system; 9 Putting it all together; Acknowledgements; Index.

ISBN: 9780715327401
ISBN-10: 0715327402
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 154
Published: 22nd February 2008
Publisher: DAVID & CHARLES
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.1 x 20.0  x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.736

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