Games on Horseback

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Storey Books, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
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This collection of more than 50 games is not only a delightful diversion from standard riding lessons, but will actually improve a rider's performance and safety skills and create a relaxed, happy horse-and-rider unit. Illustrated instructions for games such as Red Light, Green Light; Root Beer Relay; Broom Polo; and Polocrosse reinforce specific riding skills such as starting and stopping; mounting and dismounting; balance; steering; and leading. For riders of all skill levels.

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Game Day

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I ride with a group of ladies every Wed. Usually we go for a trail ride but I decided to use this book and have a game day. The ladies really enjoyed it. Read full review

Games on Horseback

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A wonderful resource for anybody who wants to have fun with their horses. It gave us some wonderful ideas for games to play during horse camp lessons etc. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Betty Bennett-Talbot is the President and Founder of the Horsemanship Safety Association (HSA). Developed in 1964, HSA is a program to teach safe riding techniques to instructors and equestrians. HSA received the National Safety Council's Community Safety Award for Exemplary Public Safety in 1985. In honor of HSA, Betty was inducted into the Horse & Rider Hall of Fame in 1996. Betty has also founded Heartland Horse Therapy, a riding program for people with disabilities.

Steven Bennett is Executive Director of the Horsemanship Safety Association (HSA). Developed in 1964, HSA is a program to teach safe riding techniques to instructors and equestrians. HSA received the National Safety Council's Community Safety Award for Exemplary Public Safety in 1985.

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