The USEF and USPC have both listed The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, and Judging by Anna-Jane White-Mullin as recommended reading. Never before has such a complete text on the American hunt seat and equitation disciplines been compiled! Based on Anna Jane White-Mullin's now out-of-print bestseller Winning and chock full of gorgeous, full-color photographs taken at Beacon Hill Show Stables owned by Stacia Madden, The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, and Judging provides every aspiring equestrian the means for achieving greatness in the show ring. Beginning with a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of horsemanshiparecently re-emphasized as compulsory by such luminaries of the sport as George Morrisaand progressing through essential schooling exercises in the development of the hunter or equitation mount, as well as advanced concepts applicable to upper-level competition, Part One lays the amateur's riding and training foundation. You'll find: ac Discussion of collection and lengtheningalong, medium, and short frames ac Flatwork for improving the basic gaitsacadence, pace, and transitions ac Training and showing tips for USEF Tests 1-19apatterns and how to prepare for them ac Introduction to hunter and equitation jump coursesabasic, intermediate, and advanced As an added bonus, the education of the rider is made complete with the inclusion of White-Mullin's famous text on judging hunters and equitation. Offering a complete discussion of the USEF rules, requirements, and tests, the second part of the book explains what judges look for and the training methods necessary to achieve the desired results.ver the years, numerous books have been written about training horses and riders. ... In The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, and Judging, Ms. White-Mullin has provided a blueprint for success in todaya#39;s Hunter and Hunteranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, and Judging|
|Author||:||Anna Jane White-Mullin|
|Publisher||:||Trafalgar Square Books - 2008-12-01|