The Dressage Judge S Viewpoint

Author: Jane Kidd
Editor: J. A. Allen, Limited
ISBN: 9780851318172
Size: 10,93 MB
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In recent years dressage has been the fastest expanding equestrian discipline in Britain and many other countries around the world. As a result, a rapidly increasing number of people will need to know how to earn the marks in the arena and more judges will be needed to assess the tests.Judging dressage is a big subject and in The Dressage Judge’s Viewpoint Jane Kidd has covered it in a concise, straightforward and clear way. This book is the ideal introduction to dressage and a valuable reference book not only for riders but also for judges and trainers.• Over 200,000 people ride a dressage test each year in Britain• Understanding the judge’s perspective helps riders to improve their test performance, be it at their local riding club, at affiliated horse trials or international dressage• Illustrated throughout with clear, instructive photographs

Complete Horse Riding Manual

Author: William Micklem
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0756699878
Size: 14,33 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Horses allow ordinary people to do extraordinary things, and this extraordinary book shows you how. Now revised and updated, the Complete Horse Riding Manual covers dressage, show jumping, and cross-country riding, detailing everything you need to know to compete in these events, whether you are a beginner or more experienced rider. Complete Horse Riding Manual is brimming with advice on finding the best horse for you, training a young horse, forming the ultimate horse-and-rider team, boosting and maintaining your own physical fitness and suppleness, and building the fitness and stamina of your horse.

Encyclopaedia Of Horses

Author: Josée Hermsen
Editor:
ISBN: 9781901094176
Size: 12,13 MB
Format: PDF
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A indispensable reference work for anyone interested in horses.

Dressage Priority Points

Author: Richard Davison
Editor: Howell Books
ISBN:
Size: 19,96 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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"Dressage Priority Points" is a well-structured guide that will enable riders to build on and reinforce the instruction they receive from their trainers. Inevitably, riders have to work on their own, whether at home or at shows. A reference such as this, which stresses the importance of a good foundation, can help riders at all levels of training achieve their goals.

Practical Dressage For Amateur Trainers

Author: Janice M. Ladendorf
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 16,92 MB
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Valegro Goes International

Author: Carl Hester MBE FBHS with Janet Rising
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788037863
Size: 19,21 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Valegro Goes International continues the story of the most famous and successful dressage horse in the world. In this, the fourth book in the series, his true-life story continues as the reader is taken on the amazing journey of a top-class dressage horse. Blueberry and his rider, Charlotte, continue to progress their career under the tutorage of top rider and trainer, Carl Hester. Chosen to represent his country, the little brown horse is gaining attention from not only top dressage judges and officials, but is amassing a fan base, too. But there are always hiccups in a successful career and Blueberry – with the help of his ever-present friend, little one-eyed dog Lulu – is determined to overcome them on his way to the very top, and be chosen for the most important international competition in the world. Valegro Goes International, is the fourth book in The Blueberry series, specially written for all young readers who have been captivated by the most successful dressage horse of all time. Written from the viewpoint of Blueberry, each book contains fascinating insights into the training and everyday life at one of the world's top dressage yards, with Blueberry's friends making their own, vital, contribution to help the little brown horse on his amazing journey. Author Carl Hester FBHS MBE, a veteran of five Olympic Games, has changed how dressage horses are trained, and readers are treated to behind-the-scenes insights and Carl's unique spin on all things dressage. Valegro Goes International continues Blueberry's story in his own words and not only tells of his life before he became famous, but gives an insight into one of the world's top dressage yards, together with all its inhabitants. Follow Blueberry's amazing journey as he works hard to follow his dream of becoming the best dressage horse the world has ever known.

Archery Riding Guide

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Chronicle Of The Horse

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ISBN:
Size: 19,88 MB
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Dressage From All Angles

Author: Barry Marshall
Editor: J. A. Allen, Limited
ISBN: 9780851316611
Size: 14,20 MB
Format: PDF
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A lucid examination of every aspect of training from the viewpoint of three people, the rider, the trainer and the judge.

Equine Behavioral Medicine

Author: Bonnie V. Beaver
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128122455
Size: 15,78 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Equine Behavioral Medicine provides an essential resource for those who work with, study, and provide care to horses. It provides critical knowledge to help users understand the complex aspects of their behavior in order to benefit the animal, observe safe practices, and advance research in this area. The book includes current information on normal horse behavior and problem behaviors, particularly those associated with medical conditions, changes in the nervous system, and the use of drug therapy. Readers will gain a comprehensive understanding of the differences of the sensory systems and the concepts of learning that are helpful for successful treatments and safety. With the use of psychopharmacology becoming increasingly common by veterinarians, including for abnormal behaviors, is important to understand the rationale for the use of these medications. Understanding the intimate relationship between behavior, physiology, and health is key to practitioners, students, professionals, and others who work with, or care for, horses. Pulls together the current published science on equine behavior into chapters covering a variety of specific behavioral topics Features discussion based on an extensive review of the literature Includes a thorough reference list in each chapter for those who might be interested in further research