Hunter Seat Equitation

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Doubleday, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 198 pages
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A classic by a world-renowned teacher and master equestrian--the definitive work on the art of teaching and riding the hunter seat, now updated to include refinements in Morris's insightful program of riding instruction.

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Contents

THE RIDERS AIDS
21
WORK ON THE FLAT
40
Speeds at the Different Gaits
46
Rearing
52
HORSE AND RIDER AT WORK
58
Canter Depart
65
HORSE AND RIDER AT WORK
73
Broken Line
80
JUMPING SECOND LEVEL
109
JUMPING THIRD LEVEL
123
GOING TO HORSE SHOWS
138
WHAT THE RIDER
153
AHSA Hunter Seat Tests
161
TO THE TEACHER
175
A TEACHING PROGRAM
190
SUMMARY
197

Turn on the Haunches
88
Working Routine
95

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A world-renowned teacher and master equestrian.

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