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Schooling Horses In Hand

Author : Richard Hinrichs
ISBN : 0851318347
Genre : Dressage
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For centuries horses have been schooled in hand within the classical schools of riding, yet today work in hand is often forgotten. German trainer, Richard Hindrichs presents this program for trainers, and riders to show how schooling from the ground build trust, obedience, and balance in the horse.

Schooling Exercises In Hand

Author : Oliver Hilberger
ISBN : 3861279649
Genre : Pets
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For anyone training a horse in dressage, classically based in-hand work is a valuable but unfortunately often undervalued part of its education. It is a rarely used tool, but one which offers variation to the everyday routine and schools both the horse and trainer. Particular emphasis is given to the description of lateral movements, as well as for the preparation towards the more advanced movements.

Horse Training In Hand

Author : Ellen Schuthof-Lesmeister
ISBN : 9781646010196
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Working the horse from the ground—schooling "in-hand" as it has been known for centuries—has long been an integral part of classical horse training. Now, this gorgeously illustrated book explains in clear, step-by-step lessons how the modern-day horse owner can incorporate classical groundwork in her daily interactions with her equine partner—to both their benefit and enjoyment. Whether schooling green or young horses; retraining problem horses or those with poor foundations; warming-up advanced mounts prior to workouts; confirming lateral movements on the ground before attempting them on horseback; or supplementing everyday under-saddle exercises, work in-hand provides a wonderful way to advance the horse's education, as well as the standard of communication between horse and handler. Its gradual progression of work on the longe, double-longe, long lines, short reins, and long reins is the perfect addition to the training program that has grown a little stale or boring; the manageable solution to countless problems that commonly arise in daily work with horses; and by definition, an equestrian art form unto itself. With over 100 color photographs—including many detailed series shots—to demonstrate correct body positioning, and meticulously hand-drawn illustrations to guide you through the often-confusing land of lateral work, Horse Training In-Hand is the first book ever to help shed classical groundwork's mystique while conscientiously preserving its magic. Find out for yourself how schooling in-hand can give your training program a brand new look and feel, forever transforming "workouts" and "schooling sessions" into artistic endeavors that yield breathtaking results.

Positive Horses

Author : Patti Damier PhD
ISBN : 9781532081828
Genre : Pets
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Horse training isn’t a mystical procedure. In fact, there isn’t mystery in the methods necessary to teach any skill. To learn any skill there is a logical sequence that if adhered to, allows a behavior to be taught and learned. Creating a Positive Horse consists of using positive methods, which in turn creates a positive attitude. Positive Horses explains those positive methods necessary to create horses that perform on taught/learned cues, both on the ground and in the saddle that are systematically rewarded, but also have an extremely positive attitude to their trainer/companion. The system uses the method, ‘Behavior Modification’. This book is about: • Explanation of basic educational methods using systematic sequences that support training horses. • Creating the goals and objectives for each individual horse rather than a “one size fits all” approach. • Training using positive reinforcement— how food rewards creates useable cues, instead of the trainer performing meaningless behavior that the horse doesn’t understand. • Horses learning basic cues: come, stand, walk on, and halt, which provides safety on the ground and assists in the next work in the saddle. • Applying basic training to other equestrian disciplines. • Addressing training method failure, because the trainer doesn’t assess the correct the behavior to reward and doesn’t understand the methods. • Horse case studies exemplifying the use of behavioral methods.

A Hand Book To The Borough Road Schools

Author : British and Foreign School Society
ISBN : UOM:39015062781052
Genre : Education
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Hand Book Of Painting The Italian Schools

Author : Franz Theodor Kugler
ISBN : OXFORD:555001713
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Schooling Horse

Author : Bonnie Bryant
ISBN : 9780307825858
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 76. 66 MB
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Lisa Atwood thinks she is finally getting a horse of her very own. A new horse has arrived at Pine Hollow and Lisa is convinced that her parents are planning to buy it for her, so of course she volunteers to help school it. But training this horse is a lot more difficult then Lisa thought--in fact, it turns out to be dangerous. Meanwhile, Carole Hanson is having schooling problems of her own. She's about to fail a course, and she doesn't know where to turn for help. Should she try to struggle through on her own? Or admit defeat and just give up? Can the Saddle Club turn these two schooling disasters into happy endings?

Schooling And Riding The Sport Horse

Author : Paul D. Cronin
ISBN : 0813922879
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The director of the riding program at Sweet Briar College for more than 30 years, Cronin is a well-known and highly respected trainer and riding instructor. Here he presents a clear and practical guide to getting the most out of a horse in a humane and sensitive way.

Proposed Instructions And Regulations For The Exercise And Field Movements Of The Horse Artillery In India Etc

Author : Augustus Frederick Oakes
ISBN : BL:A0019182065
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Drill Regulations For Field Artillery Horse And Light United States Army Provisional 1911

Author : United States. War Department
ISBN : HARVARD:32044080700339
Genre : Artillery drill and tactics
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