George H. Morris Teaches Beginners to Ride: A Clinic for Instructors, Parents, and Students
A former Olympic rider describes the basic principles of horsemanship, suggests practice techniques, and explains the proper approach to jumping
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angulation anklebone basic position beginner bend Bridging the reins buttocks canter cavalletti cluck co-ordination concentration crest crossrail diagonal aids distribution of contact down—wrong dressage Exercise without stirrups—rotating Exercise without stirrups—touch eyes feel flexion focal point foot galloping give Gordon Wright grab the mane grip habit haunch heels hip angle horse horse's mouth horse's thrust imaginary jump in-and-out indirect rein inside hand inside rein inside shoulder instructor intermediate jodhpur knee angle looking lower leg martingale mental fear motion mounting neck neck rein PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY physical fear pommel ponies posting trot pull rein aid Rider's upper riding a line riding attire ring saddle seat shoulder-in sitting trot sliding spur standing martingale standstill step stick stirrup iron stop straight straight rail teach a rider teach riding teacher there's thirty degrees tical two-point contact upper body vertical weight withers wrong young rider