The Horseless Rider: A Complete Guide to the Art of Riding, Showing, and Enjoying Other People's Horses

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Lyons Press, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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Here at last is a book for a long-neglected group of horse lovers: those riders who, for one reason or another, don't own their own horse and must rely on borrowed or rented mounts. Barbara Burn, a lifelong horsewoman and herself a horseless rider, draws on her own experience as well as that of equitation experts to provide information that riders -- regardless of level -- will want to know. From renting a hack by the hour, to landing a job around stables, to showing other people's horses, she uncovers all the options horseless riders can explore to get themselves into the saddle.

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Contents

The Methods
19
The Instructor
43
The Stable
67
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

BARBARA B. BURN is Associate Provost for International Programs, Adjunct Professor, and teaches comparative higher education at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is the author of "Expanding the International Dimension of Higher Education".

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