100 Ways to Improve Your Riding: Common Faults and How to Cure Them

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David & Charles, Aug 25, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
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Aimed at every horse rider who strives to improve their riding, this title looks at the rider's seat and position - the root of many riding faults. The author also looks into the rider's mind, as many problems can stem from anxiety or nervousness.
 

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i have read this book 3 times and i really like it but there r some faults in your research and pictures
honestly the writer and rider need to know that in riding the most important joint in your
body when riding is your elbows and they need to be acute at all times in most of your photos that is not accurate also your rider has chicken wings that defiantly needs to be assesses.
feel free to email me back for any questions or concerns.
 

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Setting yourself up for success
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Final thoughts
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About the author (2006)

Author of over 40 equestrian books, Susan McBane has a straightforward and accessible approach to riding. She holds the Classical Riding Club Gold Award and trained with legendary names including Desi Laurent and Nuno Oliviera. Susan lives near Darwen, Lancashire.

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