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Practical Eventing

Author : Sally O'Connor
ISBN : 0939481529
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 52.13 MB
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Aimed at horse riding eventers from the lower levels through preliminary, this guide covers the choice of horse, the daily schedule, lungeing, the use of cavaletti and gymnastics, training over all types of fences, and the actual riding and preparations for competition.
Category: Sports & Recreation

101 Eventing Tips

Author : James Wofford
ISBN : 9781461748694
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 53.35 MB
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Three-day eventing, known as the “complete competition,” requires the same horse-and-rider team to ride a dressage test, a demanding cross-country obstacle course, and a show-jumping round. 101 Eventing Tips includes advice on selecting a horse, establishing horse-and-rider training programs and taking part in entry-level competitions.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Adult Rider

Author : Sarah Montague
ISBN : 9781589794146
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 59.99 MB
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Sarah Montague's The Adult Rider describes everything you need to know if you are interested in introducing (or reintroducing) horses to your life. The book begins with a thorough description of all equestrian disciplines-from Western (barrel racing, reining, cutting, penning) to English (show jumping, dressage, eventing) and so much more! You might try endurance riding, in which you and your equine partner hit the trails for miles, or maybe you've considered polo, a sport gaining popularity in theUnited States and creating opportunities for eager beginners. Perhaps you love horses, but aren't so sure you want to ride—Montague will introduce you to the thrill of driving, the artistry of in-hand competitions, and the joys of miniature horses. Whichever discipline you consider, the author takes you step by step through the process, from choosing a stable (what to look for in an instructor and in a barn) to picking out your new riding clothes (you need only a helmet and sturdy shoes to start, but there's a world of apparel and accessories once you're hooked). Do you think you might want to buy a horse someday? The Adult Rider describes this process as well, but also introduces you to other alternatives—like leasing, a month-to-month arrangementthat lets you see how a horse fits into your life in both time and money before you make a commitment. The Adult Rider recognizes that we are not the same as the resilient kids who fearlessly hop their pony over a fence for that very first time.Montague discusses what makes adults mentally and physically different, and how to overcome these challenges. In the chapter "The View from the Other Side of the Arena," Montague interviews several riding instructors on the difference between teaching kids and adults and the ways in which adults learn differently. All in all, the point is to have fun and The Adult Rider provides you with the know-how to jump into the horse world with both eyes open.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Securing Web Services Practical Usage Of Standards And Specifications

Author : Periorellis, Panos
ISBN : 9781599046419
Genre : Computers
File Size : 40.15 MB
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"This book collects a complete set of studies addressing the security and dependability challenges of Web services and the development of protocols to meet them. Encompassing a complete range of topics including specifications for message level security, transactions, and identity management, it enables libraries to provide researchers an authoritative guide to a most challenging technological topic"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Computers

The Life Of Horses

Author : Jane Holderness-Roddam
ISBN : 1840000716
Genre : Horse breeds
File Size : 80.96 MB
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Beginning with the anatomy, physiology and psychology of horses, this text attempts to provide comprehensive coverage of the equine species. The world's major breeds are covered in detail, each with a timeline showing key events in the breed's development and demonstrating the international differences in breeding, training, and riding styles.
Category: Horse breeds

Practical Rider S Handbook

Author : Debby Sly
ISBN : 1859672698
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 29.34 MB
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A complete professional riding courser--from getting started to achieving success.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Introduction To Equestrian Sports

Author : Kate Luxmoore
ISBN : 9780643099173
Genre : Science
File Size : 84.38 MB
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Introduction to Equestrian Sports offers parents and riders who are new to the scene detailed descriptions of what is involved in each of the four main disciplines: hacking/showing, dressage, showjumping and eventing. It is equally beneficial for those wanting to change from one type of competition to another. Each discipline description includes how it originated, its current status, types of classes, levels of competition, what rules apply, who runs the competitions and how they are judged. 'Ground rules' are explained, based on the author's considerable experience, to help take the mystery out of competitions, such as how to find out what competitions are taking place and how to enter, which classes are being judged, what to wear, what to do when you arrive, where best to park, where you can and cannot warm up, checking your gear and reporting to the judge. Other topics include how to prepare for a competition, from one month before to the night before the event, and the equipment required to compete, from choosing a horse to what rugs will be needed. Finally, illustrations of arenas, website links and examples of competition programs are provided to help beginner riders further understand their chosen sport. Introduction to Equestrian Sports is not another 'how to ride' book, but a practical, hands-on guide to make equestrian competitions enjoyable for all riders.
Category: Science

The Cumulative Book Index

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ISBN : PSU:000045663147
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Intermediate Riding Skills

Author : Robin Hirst-Fisher
ISBN : 0876058829
Genre : Horsemanship.
File Size : 79.54 MB
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Offers advice on horse selection, tack, equipment, conditioning, dressage, jumping, cross-country, fox hunting, and competitions
Category: Horsemanship.

Practical Application Of The Most Recent Discoveries On The Biomechanics Of The Horse S Vertebral Column

Author : Jean Luc Cornille
ISBN : 9780557535941
Genre :
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This book is a new encyclopedia. It explains how the horse’s vertebral column actually works. Each pertinent finding is explored from the rider and trainer perspective; how such new knowledge does modernize previous perceptions in terms of riding and training techniques.
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Equus

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924108277397
Genre : Horses
File Size : 82.82 MB
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Category: Horses

Horse Care And Riding

Author : Susan McBane
ISBN : 0715393162
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 43.24 MB
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Category: Technology & Engineering

To The Nines

Author : Jennifer Chong
ISBN : 1577790642
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 83.15 MB
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Streamline and polish your presentation, or learn the nuances of competition when crossing disciplines. This book is filled with competitors' secret formulas, tips, and techniques to help you look fresh and organized when exhibiting. Perfect for instructors and clubs as well as individual exhibitors.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Great Athletes

Author : Rafer Johnson
ISBN : 1587654857
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 68.33 MB
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Features athletes who excel in sports associated with the Summer and Winter Olympics.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Competitive Riding

Author : Jane Holderness-Roddam
ISBN : UVA:X001648817
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 52.95 MB
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Looks at the history of equestrian sports, offers advice on the care and training of horses, and discusses requirements at each level of competition.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Riding Horse Repair Manual

Author : Doug Payne
ISBN : 9781570768033
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 71.89 MB
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Contending that nearly all horse behavior problems result from incorrect or inconsistent training, this work highlights the potential behind the world’s promising equine model citizens and partners. The guide emphasizes systematic reconditioning while encouraging patience and proper skills in riders, providing a comprehensive plan for addressing issues such as bucking, bolting, rearing, spooking, lack of confidence, jumping issues, and more. Featuring a clear, accessible outline, this is the definitive solution to implementing consistent training methods, allowing riders to take full advantage of their horses’ unrealized abilities. Suggestions for starting young horses, detailed case studies, and strategies for future success are also included.
Category: Sports & Recreation