Features of this highly successful system are: • flexibility—adapts to the differences in horses and trainers • low stress training methods • two-way body language communications You receive: • step-by-step instructions • safe first-mounting techniques • lesson guidelines for the first 12 months under saddle • over 150 photos and drawings, including a valuable reflex map of the horse showing the various zones and what reflexes occur when each zone is touched
Your horse receives:
• optimum development of his potential, both mental and physical
• advanced longeing and driving lessons
• basic lateral work
• flexion and pre-collection exercises
• obstacle performance
• safe riding out of the arena
Making, Not Breaking is a thinking person's book for riders of intermediate to advanced skill, equine students, and first-time trainers. Whether you are training your own young horse, retraining an older horse, or taking an active interest in the professional training of your horse, this book will help you understand the process better, and get greater enjoyment out of your riding.
Cherry Hill has been riding and training in the U.S. and Canada since childhood. She has conducted advanced courses and seminars in training and horsemanship for thousands of students. Now one of the most successful equestrian writers in print, Cherry Hill has written over 500 articles for major magazines. This is her fifth book. Cherry and her husband, Richard Klimesh, live in northern Colorado on a ranch with their six horses.
Hardcover - 185 Pages
Pub Date: 1993
List Price: $19.95
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Item #: 415