Common Sense Horsemanship: A Distinct Method of Riding and Schooling Horses and of Learning to Ride

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Van Nostrand, 1951 - Horsemanship - 333 pages
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As someone who loves the beauty and majesty of horses, I definitely enjoyed this book, and wished that I'd had such a resource so many years ago when I was learning to ride my Arabian! This book is ... Read full review

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Classic philosophy and practice from the dawn of forward seat riding. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I What This Book Is About and How to Use It
1
Imagine You Are a Horse
11
The Search for Balance
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