101 Jumping Exercises for Horse & Rider

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Storey Publishing, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 227 pages
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In this book, the author provides a logical and consistent series of exercises presented in a fun and appealing way, with clear arena maps and straightforward instructions. For each exercise, Linda covers set-up; how to ride the exercise; steps to make the exercise more difficult; what every successful rider should keep in mind while working; when to move on to the next step; and the benefits of the exercise.
 

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I cant wait for spring to put a few of these ideas to use. The guide is very detailed on how to do each detail as well as why to do each detail. It is not size friendly for having in the arena but all else is well planned!! Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Sections
15
Appendix
209

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About the author (2002)

Linda Allen is an Olympic course designer and an internationally recognized clinician on riding, show jumping, and course design. She is a former rider for the United States in international jumping competitions, and she designed the show-jumping courses for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as for other major international competitions. She is a licensed judge and a columnist for The Chronicle of the Horse. She lives in Salinas, California.

Dianna R. Dennis is a full-time equestrian writer and lifelong rider. She has written for many equestrian magazines in the United States and abroad, including The Chronicle of the Horse and Equestrian (Horse Show) magazine.

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