Many riders want to try jumping, but are intimidated. This guide helps riders of every age safely learn to jump by presenting a natural approach with progressive, step-by-step exercises, full explanations, and lots of photos and diagrams. It covers everything from preparing a green horse for the first jump to riding a challenging course in a show ring. It includes guidelines for every discipline and every breed of horse, plus information on the demands of different competitive events.Approach the center of fence A at an angle, off a slightly shallow right-hand turn, locate fence C to establish your focal point, and ride straight toward it. ... In equitation and jumper classes (and the stadium phase of eventing), course designers often create an offset line similar to the ... How adjustable is your horsea#39;s stride?
|Title||:||Jump With Joy|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-02-13|