Becoming an Effective Rider: Developing Your Mind and Body for Balance and Unity

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Storey Communications, 1991 - Pets - 183 pages
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Like all other athletes, horseback riders benefit from both mental and physical training. Here Cherry Hill offers a range of techniques to help you reach your full potential as a rider, whether your interest is in recreational riding or formal dressage. Here is the essential mental aspect of riding that is missing in so many how-to books on riding.

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Beginners wondering what mental traits a good rider should acquire (emotional stability, a good ego, etc.) or what to eat (avoid sugar, caffeine, alcohol while riding) may appreciate this book. Hill ... Read full review

About the author (1991)

Cherry Hill is an internationally known instructor and horse trainer and has written numerous books, including 101 Arena Exercises for Horse & Rider, Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage, How to Think Like a Horse, What Every Horse Should Know, and Horse Care for Kids.Visit her at www.horsekeeping.com, where you can find information on her books, DVDs, and horsekeeping knowledge.

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