cavalletti for dressage and jumping

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Cavalletti

Author : Ingrid Klimke
ISBN : 9781570767128
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 66. 31 MB
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"Published simultaneously in Great Britain by J.A. Allen, London."--Title page verso.

101 Jumping Exercises For Horse Rider

Author : Linda Allen
ISBN : 9781603423946
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 31. 26 MB
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Get jumping! This collection presents a logical series of fun and rewarding exercises that are designed to develop your horse-jumping skills. With straightforward instructions and clear arena maps, this guide can be hung on a pole and easily referenced from the saddle. In addition to clearly articulated goals and progressively difficult variations, each exercise also includes encouraging advice on what the rider should keep in mind while jumping. Saddle up and get ready to fly through the air with grace and confidence.

Cavalletti

Author : Ingrid Klimke
ISBN : 1570763836
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 46. 81 MB
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This revised and updated version of Reiner Klimke's classic book on cavalletti work now has an extended section on gymnastic jumping by the author's daughter, Ingrid Klimke. First published more than 30 years ago, the original information on schooling horses over cavalletti is still valid today but the book also encompasses the changing face and requirements of the modern sport horse.

Gymnastics

Author : James C. Wofford
ISBN : 190066738X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 67. 79 MB
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Sport Horse Conformation

Author : Christian Schacht
ISBN : 1908809078
Genre : Competition horses
File Size : 81. 12 MB
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Written for those involved in riding, training or breeding today's competition horses, and especially valuable for anyone wishing to buy a horse for a chosen competition.

Advanced English Riding

Author : Sharon Biggs
ISBN : 9781937049430
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 81. 98 MB
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An advanced rider, whether professional horseman, Olympic athlete, or just a horse lover who has learned the fundamentals and go on to ride his or her own horse, in the author’s view, “is someone who graps the idea of good horsemanship and puts a great deal of time and effort into developing his or her seat and position.” Advanced English Riding is designed to helped riders develop those skills and to help them move on to the next level of riding. Author Sharon Biggs, whose credits also include The Original Horse Bible, shares her considerable experience in English riding in this Horse Illustrated Guide that goes beyond the fundamentals to refine the riding skills of hunter/jumper riders and dressage riders, from improving seat and position to advanced schooling techniques and participating successfully and joyfully in competitions. This book offers step-by-step instructions and great advice for all English riders looking to develop, improve, or refine their skills in the various aspects of this popular riding discipline. This extensive guide is divided into 15 chapters and covers the following topics: honing the seat and position, the half halt, riding within the gaits (transitions, stride adjustment, collection, extensions, etc.), riding figures, lateral work, cavalletti and group poles (for hunters, jumpers, and dressage), gridwork (incorporating placing poles and cavalletti), cross-country jumping, hunter courses, show jumping courses, advanced competition in dressage, eventing, hunters, and show jumping, and more

When Two Spines Align Dressage Dynamics

Author : Beth Baumert
ISBN : 9781570766954
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 86. 4 MB
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Within riding exists a fundamental conflict of interest: The rider needs to have controlher confidence depends on her ability to control the balance of her own body as well as that of her very powerful horse. The horse, by nature, needs to feel freefree in both mind and body to express himself through physical movement. In WHEN TWO SPINES ALIGNDRESSAGE DYNAMICS author Beth Baumert, writer and editor at the internationally recognized equestrian magazine Dressage Today, resolves the freedom-control enigma by taking a close look at the individual components that make up riding and dressage and providing practical ways riders can learn to harness the balance, energies, and forces at play. Readers will discover how to use positive tension” and their body's power lines” to become balanced and effective in the saddle. They will then find ways to understand and manage the horse's balance and coordination challenges”specifically the fact that he is inherently crooked, so the rider needs to help him become straight,” and that he is a four-legged creature naturally inclined to do too much with his front end and not enough with his hind. Ultimately, the rider learns to regulate and monitor the horse's rhythm, energy, flexion, alignment, bend, the height and length of his neck, and finally, his line of travel by properly aligning her spine with his. When the center of gravity of a balanced rider is directly over the center of gravity of a balanced horse, that place where two spines align becomes the hub for rider and horse harmonya dynamic and remarkable riding rapport that yields beautiful performance.

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