Reflections on Riding and Jumping: Winning Techniques for Serious Riders

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Doubleday, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 154 pages
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Offers practical advice on riding, tells how to select and train a horse for jumping, and includes tips on dealing with difficult horses

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I have picked through NUMEROUS riding books, from "natural" guides to classics to "dummy"-type books. By far, I have gleaned the most from this one. The nuances of the seat are explained clearly and ... Read full review

Contents

RATIONAL RIDING
1
EQUIPPING YOURSELF FOR RIDING
7
Thru
15
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Julie Whitaker and Ian Whitelaw share a lifelong love of horses. They have acted as editorial consultants on equine titles and have written for a wide range of publishers. Their first horse was the ex-steeplechaser Hjani, which they exercised on the South Downs of England, and they currently keep three horses on a 13-acre farm on Vancouver Island. Julie competes over jumps on an appaloosa/quarter horse gelding and has completed extensive ranch rides in Arizona. Ian rides Western on local mountain trails and English over jumps. Both are members of the Silver Spur Western trail-riding club.
William Steinkraus (foreword) was a gold medalist in showjumping in the 1968 Olympics. He has served as a television commentator at four Olympic Games and three World Championships, and has officiated as International Judge at the Olympic Games, World Championships, and World Cup Finals. He is Chairman Emeritus of the US Equestrian Team.

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