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Build Confidence Over Fences, by Holly Hugo Vidal. Ms. Hugo-Vidal has written the perfect book for riders who want to do well over fences but get in their own way. She takes you on a step-by-step guide to ""Build Confidence Over Fences."" 150 pp. Paperback.
Common Sense Dressage by Sally O'Connor. Ms. O'Connor is a Chef d'Equipe for the USET. Her book covers every aspect of dressage from groundwork to piaffe and passage. Her text ""...explains the challenges of dressage in a straight-forward, easy to understand fashion,...the graphics are marvelous."" The Chronicle of the Horse. A must have for every dressage enthusiast! 170 pp. Hardcover.
Be organized in style and fashion. This 7 1/2" x 5" x 2" day planner comes in three vibrant colors - sky blue, hot pink and olive green. The six ring binder comes with a calendar, birthday/anniversary page, To do/to call and address pages. There is room for your checkbook, pen and other notes to self! The sky blue planner is a smooth lush leather and the hot pink and olive green are in a pebbled leather exterior.
This book begins with true dressage essentials; rhythm, straightness, collection, impulsion and more concepts necessary for a good foundation. Later chapters deal with lateral movement and riding a competitive test. This information is presented textbook-style. Ms. Kidd is an international trainer and judge and was placed up to and including Grand Prix. Hard cover, 150 pages
Dressage Formula, by Erik Herbermann. Third edition of this very popular book. Erik Herbermann conducts dressage clinics in the U.S., Canada and Britain and has written extensively on his discipline. This book presents the principles of the classical school of dressage in a clear and user-friendly manner. A wonderful addition to your equine library. 169 pp. Hardcover.
Give the joy of Ernest and his books to your child. The adventures of a real-life donkey and his friends. Please specify which book you would like:Twist and Ernest; Teeny Tiny Ernest; Ernest and the Big Itch; Ernest and Elston. And don't miss the real plush Ernest - a must have to accompany his wonderful stories!
Essential Riding, by Steven D. Price. If you have ever wanted to figure out how to get the most our of school ponies and horses, this is the book for you. With clear directions and suggestions, this will help any rider progress both in riding skill and horsemanship. 190 pp. Paperback.
George H. Morris Teaches Beginners to Ride by George Morris. This book, originally published in 1981, with a forward by Gordon Wright, "is an entry-level introduction to hunter-seat riding." This is a must have for any library and will lead any equestrian down a path to a solid foundation for a life time of riding.
Hunter Seat Equitation, by George Morris. Truly a foundation book of any good equestiran library, Hunter Seat Equitation has stood the test of time. Flawlessly written for even the beginning rider to understand, this volume is a must! 198 pp. Hardcover.
It's Not Just About the Ribbons, by Jane Savoie. Jane Savoie, noted motivational speaker, examines how the use of visualiztion and relaxation techniques can help the rider overcome frustration and nerves that often interfere with true riding enjoyment and progress. 230 pp. Hardcover.
Riding and Jumping Clinic, by Anne Kursinski. This book is a step-by-step course for winning in the hunter and jumper rings and is a must for every equestrian's library. In clear and concise language, Kursinski lays out a program of exercises to achieve whatever goal you may have. 334 pp. Hardcover.
Riding Hunters, Jumpers and Equitation, by Geoff Teall. Geoff Teall discusses the foundations of your riding position and simplifies jumping courses. The author also helps the reader examine short- and long-term goals. Currently, this well rounded horseman is the President of the American Hunter Jumper Federation. 257 pp. Paperback.
The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing and Judging on the Flat and Over Fences, by Anna Jane White-Mullin. "Everything you need to know to train, show and win." Featuring full color photographs of todays top riders. 352 pp. Paperback.