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Take your riding to a new level! Bringing together recognized classic exercises for both English and Western riders plus her own original patterns and maneuvers, Cherry Hill provides an array of drills that will improve your riding technique. Whether you are a rider interested in expanding your repertoire or an instructor looking for new drills, these exercises will add excitement and variety to your training.

Published: Storey Publishing an imprint of Workman eBooks on
ISBN: 9781603428200
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Since I don't have the luxury of working with a trainer, I tend to muddle through as best I can. Sometimes it's difficult to come up with simple effective exercises on my own, so I do a fair amount of reading. Do I want to get better bending? Better upward and downward transitions? Maybe it's cleaner gait changes, or Sunny's leg yielding is sluggish. This book is one I refer back to when I've set a new goal for myself, or if I'm not feeling the result I want with what I've been trying. The exercises are laid out in a progression that works, and they start on a very basic level. There's sufficient explanation -- each exercise includes a description and list of uses, and many include notes, cautions, and checks for telling whether you've been successful. There are lots of black and while illustrations to make each step clear, as well.The physical format also lends itself to practical use -- it's landscape-oriented rather than portrait, and spiralbound, so you can lay it out flat or hang it over a rail without damaging the spine. Although I've never hung mine up using the hole, it is pre-punched like a calendar, so with assistance from a handy nail you could even turn the pages from horseback if you wanted.more

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Since I don't have the luxury of working with a trainer, I tend to muddle through as best I can. Sometimes it's difficult to come up with simple effective exercises on my own, so I do a fair amount of reading. Do I want to get better bending? Better upward and downward transitions? Maybe it's cleaner gait changes, or Sunny's leg yielding is sluggish. This book is one I refer back to when I've set a new goal for myself, or if I'm not feeling the result I want with what I've been trying. The exercises are laid out in a progression that works, and they start on a very basic level. There's sufficient explanation -- each exercise includes a description and list of uses, and many include notes, cautions, and checks for telling whether you've been successful. There are lots of black and while illustrations to make each step clear, as well.The physical format also lends itself to practical use -- it's landscape-oriented rather than portrait, and spiralbound, so you can lay it out flat or hang it over a rail without damaging the spine. Although I've never hung mine up using the hole, it is pre-punched like a calendar, so with assistance from a handy nail you could even turn the pages from horseback if you wanted.more
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