Centered Riding 2: Further Exploration

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Trafalgar Square Pub., 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 264 pages
Centered Riding is not a style of riding as are hunter seat and Western. Rather, it is a way of re-educating a rider's mind and body to achieve greater balance in order to better communicate with the horse. Now, more than a decade after Sally Swift's revolutionary first book Centered Riding, she has written another that teaches riders all of her new concepts that have evolved since Centered Riding's inception.

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User Review  - Genebelle - LibraryThing

This book has been published for over 20 years with very little content change. It's a testament to how correct methods are the only ones to endure. During college this was required reading for ... Read full review

Excellent book

User Review  - ladyinva -

As a beginning adult rider I highly recommend reading this book and applying the techniques Ms. Swift offers. After reading it and practicing I feel a significant difference in being tense vs. relaxed in the seat. My horse also seems to be more relax and pliable to training as well. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Sally Swift's groundbreaking work, Centered Riding, has been translated into nine languages, and has sold hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide.

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