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Behavior Modification For Horses

Author : Patti Dammier PhD
ISBN : 9781532070273
Genre : Pets
File Size : 27.65 MB
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Unlock the myth and mystery surrounding the current horse training literature. Understand the reasons that make any horse training method work. Use the effective methods developed by research scientists that created the powerful tools of behavior modification that can help trainers and riders create successful horse performance. Learn the power of behavior modification that allows any horse behavior or training method to be explained. Create reasonable, achievable lessons for your horse. Create rider aids and cues that truly reward the horse. Increase desirable horse behavior while decreasing the undesirable. Learn step-by step lessons to train horse behavior. Behavior Modification for Horses was written by a rider and trainer with over twenty-five years of experience working with the best riding masters in Europe. Patti Dammier brings the best expertise of both worlds: horse training and a professional background as an educator and researcher—an innovative approach that takes the work of scientists and explains behavior modification based on horses. It is time to move away from the trendy and quick-fix horse-training methods and learn the basic principles of behavior modification that teaches anyone to create a positive training environment and a method to obtain desirable behavior from horses.
Category: Pets

A Horse Riders Guide

Author : Charmaine Cacciola
ISBN : 9781633181793
Genre :
File Size : 47.54 MB
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This is a self help book, Horse Care, Horse sickness, Horse Training, Horse riding techniques, horse Procedures to help beginner horse owners. Help on the principles of horse riding all the basics, A great resource for the horse owner.

Peter Leone S Show Jumping Clinic

Author : Kimberly S. Jaussi
ISBN : 9781603428286
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 53.98 MB
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Sharing wisdom gained through decades of riding at the highest levels of competition, Olympic medalist Peter Leone shows you how to achieve jumping success. Covering the fundamental principles of jumping, this guide stresses solid riding mechanics and the importance of a respectful friendship between horse and rider. With focused exercises that are designed to improve both the physical skills and mental toughness required for equestrians of all levels, you’ll learn how to bring out the best in your horse and successfully reach your riding goals.
Category: Sports & Recreation

When Two Spines Align Dressage Dynamics

Author : Beth Baumert
ISBN : 9781570767739
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 38.58 MB
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Within riding exists a fundamental conflict of interest: The rider needs to have control—her confidence depends on her ability to control the balance of her own body as well as that of her very powerful horse. The horse, by nature, needs to feel free—free in both mind and body to express himself through movement. In When Two Spines Align, author Beth Baumert, writer and editor at the equestrian magazine Dressage Today, resolves the freedom-control enigma by taking a close look at the individual components that make up riding and dressage and providing practical ways riders can learn to harness the balance, energies, and forces at play. Readers will discover how to use “positive tension” and their body’s “power lines” to become balanced and effective in the saddle. They will then find ways to understand and manage the horse's balance and “coordination challenges.” Ultimately, the rider learns to regulate and monitor the horse's rhythm, energy, flexion, alignment, bend, and line of travel by properly aligning her spine with his. When the center of gravity of a balanced rider is over the center of gravity of a balanced horse, that place where two spines align becomes the hub for rider and horse harmony.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Schooling And Riding The Sport Horse

Author : Paul D. Cronin
ISBN : 0813922879
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 52.48 MB
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The director of the riding program at Sweet Briar College for more than 30 years, Cronin is a well-known and highly respected trainer and riding instructor. Here he presents a clear and practical guide to getting the most out of a horse in a humane and sensitive way.
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Cavallo 7 Horse Rider Training

Author : Charmaine- marie Ivy Cacciola
Genre :
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Horses and riders all need skills and guidance in their training. This book offers various tools to help every horse owner with their journey with their horses. A book designed with the horse handler in mind and my life expereinces with breaking and training horses.

Learning To Ride Hunt And Show

Author : Gordon Wright
ISBN : 9781602397262
Genre : Nature
File Size : 44.94 MB
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The classic riding manual, available again, with an introduction by America s leading...
Category: Nature

Reflections On Riding And Jumping

Author : William Steinkraus
ISBN : 9781570766022
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A revised and updated edition of a classic work on horses and horsemanship by one of the most acclaimed riders in show jumping history.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Riding Doctor

Author : Beth Glosten
ISBN : 9781570767463
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 66.28 MB
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After leaving horses behind for many years to pursue her medical career, Dr. Beth Glosten decided it was time to ride again only to discover that, as a middle-aged woman, she struggled with tension, awkwardness, and an aching back. Dr. Glosten’s own frustration with riding prompted her to apply her clinical research skills to figure out what it would take to not only create the harmonious picture of horse and rider moving together, but also feel good while doing it. In this book, Dr. Glosten shows others how best to improve their posture and position in order to prevent unnecessary physical degeneration, ensuring they can ride, and ride well, for many years to come. Readers will find basic rider anatomy that is easy to understand, as well as over 50 step-by-step exercises geared toward developing riding skills. Plus, Dr. Glosten has developed a systematic “Rider Checklist” to help you keep track of your position and function in the saddle. Throughout, case studies share rider stories that illustrate the kinds of physical challenges experienced in the saddle in midlife, and how they can be met with proactive, pain-free solutions. The result is a remarkably valuable book.
Category: Sports & Recreation