Essential reading for every Pony Club member—now in a new edition Written and illustrated specifically for the youngest members of Pony Club, this manual helps you learn the basics and meet the USPC's Standards of Proficiency. This classic guide shows you how to become a careful, thoughtful rider and how to communicate with and understand your horse. By the time you've completed this book you'll know a lot about riding in a ring and in the open, beginning jumping, horse care and handling, safety, having fun and meeting challenges, and much more.
If you're a beginning rider, parent, or instructor, The United States Pony Club Manual of Horsemanship is a solid source of instruction, regardless of whether or not a Pony Club chapter is available locally. The United States Pony Club is among the largest equestrian organizations in the United States, with thousands of members in clubs and centers across the country. Susan E. Harris is an international clinician, riding instructor, and artist. She has taught all seats and styles of riding and travels worldwide to give riding clinics and instructor-training courses in Centered Riding and Anatomy in Motion. In 2004 she was honored as a Master Instructor by the American Riding Instructor Association.
Susan E. Harris is a riding instructor, clinician, author, and artist from Cortland, New York. She has taught all seats and styles of riding , and travels nationwide and internationally to give clinics in Centered Riding and horse movement. Howell Book House publishes her classic "Grooming to Win; Horse Gaits, Balance and Movement; the three USPC Manuals of Horsemanship (Basic for Beginners/ D Level; "Intermediate Horsemanship/C Level" ; and "Advanced Horsemanship/B, HA, A Levels); and two other USPC Guides (Conformation, Movement and Soundness and Bandaging Your Horse).
PB - 185 pages
Pub Date: 2014
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Item #: 200A