Monte Foreman's Horse-training Science

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University of Oklahoma Press, 1983 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
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Discusses bits and saddles, describes the physical and mental abilities of horses, and demonstrates various riding skills, including stops, rolls, and spins
 

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Contents

Chapter
3
Bits and Bit Accessories
121
The Turn on the Forehand
133
Afterword
141
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About the author (1983)

Monte Foreman spent his professional life working with horses?as a cowboy, arena performer, U.S. cavalryman, polo player, competitor, and trainer.

Patrick Wyse is a full-time professional riding instructor who trains and films the techniques of more than 600 students each year at Horse Wyse Ranch near Townsend, Montana.

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