George H. Morris Teaches Beginners to Ride: A Clinic for Instructors, Parents, and Students

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1981 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
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A former Olympic rider describes the basic principles of horsemanship, suggests practice techniques, and explains the proper approach to jumping

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George H. Morris was a member of U.S. Equestrian Team squads in the 1950s and '60s. He has produced more hunter/jumper champions, including Olympic show-jumping medalists, than any other trainer. Morris was named "Practical Horseman "magazine's Horseman of the Century. He lives in Wellington, Florida.

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