From the Ground Up...Foundation Training, Ground Control Exercises, Fundamental Riding Skills

Author: Kenny Harlow

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 132

View: 364

Whether you want to safely start an un-broke or perfect the horse you already have, you can do it by starting... From The Ground Up! Here you will find Kenny Harlow's proven techniques to identify and correct problem areas in your horse's training foundation. If you've always wanted a horse that will work with you as a willing partner, this step-by-step training guide is for you. Start a new relationship with your horse today... From The Ground Up!

How to Ride a Motorcycle: A Rider's Guide to Strategy, Safety and Skill Development

A Rider's Guide to Strategy, Safety, and Skill Development

Author: Pat Hahn

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Transportation

Page:

View: 363

A beginner's manual especially geared to the needs of entry-level riders, this book provides all the basic instruction necessary to become a motorcycle rider with an emphasis on the challenges faced by neophyte riders. Starting at neophyte level and evolving into a serious, intelligent expert, How to Ride a Motorcycle tells the reader how to be a motorcycle rider with a strong emphasis on safety and big-picture strategy ("think about it this way" as opposed to "do this.")

Intermediate riding skills

Author: Robin Hirst-Fisher

Publisher: Howell Books

ISBN:

Category: Pets

Page: 301

View: 906

Offers advice on horse selection, tack, equipment, conditioning, dressage, jumping, cross-country, fox hunting, and competitions

Driver

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Category: Automobile drivers

Page:

View: 161

BMX Riding Skills

The Guide to Flatland Tricks

Author: Shek Hon

Publisher: Firefly Books Limited

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 128

View: 649

A step-by-step guide to BMX flatland tricks.

Teaching Tips for Horseback Riding Instructors

Author: Jo Struby

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 122

View: 307

Jo holds a M.A. in Education with an emphasis in Equestrian Studies (1986) and a B.S. in Equestrian Studies with a minor in Education (1986- graduating magna cum laude). Both of her academic degrees are from Salem International University, West Virginia. She also holds a Riding Master Diploma, 1975 from Meredith Manor School of Horsemanship where she was named to the Who’s Who List for Outstanding Students in American Vocational and Technical Schools, 1975. As an administrator, Jo was formerly Dean of Meredith Manor School of Horsemanship, 1980-1985. She has a strong professional background in teacher education, program administration and curriculum development. While teaching at this internationally known school for 10 years, she focused on the development of the jumping and teaching departments. As former Vice-President for the United States Combined Training Association, Jo served on the executive committee from 1987-1989 and the board of governors from 1984-1989. During her tenure, she developed the AHSA-USCTA Combined Training Officials seminars as well as carried out the educational seminars for the general membership including beginning the USCTA Event Colleges. In 1988 she received the USCTA’s Governor’s Cup Award for outstanding contributions to the sport of Eventing. As an educator, Jo has provided equestrian education to riders and instructors, nationally, since 1975. From 1989 through 2002 she provided an on-going education program for horseback riding instructors focusing on improving their teaching effectiveness. She has also developed a working student program for Shenandoah Farm of Staunton, Virginia on training and breeding, and advised Wetherbee Farm of Boxboro Massachusetts on developing their Fitness by Riding Program. As a rider, competitor and athlete, Jo has trained and competed through the Advanced Level in Eventing and the Prix St. Georges Level in Dressage. She earned her USDF Bronze and Silver Medal Rider Awards during the late 1970’s. She has also been long listed during the 1980’s for The Eventing Olympic Team.

How to Ride Off-Road Motorcycles

Key Skills and Advanced Training for All Off-Road, Motocross, and Dual-Sport Riders

Author: Gary LaPlante

Publisher: Motorbooks International

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 176

View: 118

"How to Ride Off-Road Motorcycles gives first-time riders all the information they need to know to get started in this exciting sport. Author Gary LaPlante takes riders through a step-by-step lesson plan that details the basic and advanced techniques to safely navigate the trails"--Provided by publisher.

The Rider's Problem Solver

Your Questions Answered: How to Improve Your Skills, Overcome Your Fears, and Understand Your Horse

Author: Jessica Jahiel

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 384

View: 418

From the best way to break in a pair of stiff new boots to mastering a difficult jumping routine, Jessica Jahiel addresses hundreds of common problems facing amateur horse-riders. Offering helpful tips and plenty of encouragement, this comprehensive guide covers a wide range of riding concerns that include both physical (painful joints) and psychological (fear of accidents) issues. Jahiel’s informal yet informative approach will not only help you overcome nagging riding obstacles, but inspire you to enjoy your riding experience to its fullest.

Bolender's Guide to Mastering Mountain and Extreme Trail Riding

Author: Mark Bolender

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 203

View: 303

Good horsemanship is not about domination, but leadership and having the horse volunteer for a partnership with the handler. That summarizes the focus of trainer and author Mark Bolender. In Bolender's Guide to Mastering Mountain and Extreme Trail Riding, he spells out his philosophy and training regimen that works to build mutual trust between a horse and rider. Bolender's training method, developed to incorporate the horse's natural instincts, is appropriate for riders of any skill level, from those who want to ride for pleasure to those who seek more advanced techniques for mountain and extreme trail competition. In this guide, he provides an array of information: selecting an ideal trail horse, acquiring the proper equipment, earning and building trust, and handling obstacles such as poles and logs, rocks, trenches, water, gates, bridges, campsites, other animals, and people. The guide breaks provides a fascinating journey into the horse's mind and how its instincts can be used to develop good horsemanship.