A Parent's Guide to Riding Lessons: Everything You Need to Know to Survive and Thrive with a Horse-Loving Kid
If you don’t know the difference between a bridle and a saddle but your child dreams of riding horses, this informative guide will answer all of your most pressing questions. Elise Gaston Chand provides informed and sensible tips on finding qualified instructors, the cost of lessons, safety concerns, and much more. Learn what to watch for as your child’s riding progresses, confidently steer your child toward rewarding competition experiences, and take pride in all of your child’s riding achievements.
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2 Finding the Right Place to Ride
3 The Ins and Outs of Taking Lessons
4 Children with Special Needs
Classes and Clothing
6 Behind the Scenes at a Show
7 Buying a Horse for Your Child You Dont Have To
8 You Bought a Horse Now What?
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