Happy Horsemanship

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 21, 1998 - Pets - 192 pages
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For you to enjoy me (and for me to enjoy you, too) there are some important facts about me which you should know before you try to handle or ride me.

“I am a Horse. My name in Latin is Equus. From this name comes the word ‘equine’ which means something to do with a horse, and the word ‘equestrian,’ which means one who rides a horse.”

With this, Happy Horsemanship starts you and your child on a most wonderful journey. Told from the point of view of the horse, this little gem introduces every aspect of riding and caring for horses—from body to mind, from tack to riding position.

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I LOVE THIS BOOK! I read it as a child and still remember some of the topics. I read it over and over. There is a wealth of knowledge in this book for beginning horse people young or old. The drawings in this book are priceless. All around great book. Thanks Mom for buying it for me. Read full review


How I Behave
Lets Get Ready
How to Get On and Off
Your Position on Horseback
Your Controls and How They Work
How to Start Stop and Steer
How to Trot and Back Up
How to Canter Gallop and Jump
Fun that We Can Have Together

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About the author (1998)

Dorothy Henderson Pinch was a master of foxhounds, a regulation judge of the American Horse Show Association, chair of the Dressage Committee of the Radner, Pennsylvania, Hunt branch of the U.S. Pony Club, and the director of her own school of equitation. She died in 1966.

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