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


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 384

View: 350

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.

The Horse Training Problem Solver

Your questions answered about gaits, ground work, and attitude, in the arena and on the trail

Author: Jessica Jahiel

Publisher: Storey Publishing


Category: Pets

Page: 416

View: 127

Training a horse can be a frustrating experience for rider and animal alike. From dealing with a horse that won’t listen to rectifying erratic behavior, this guide covers hundreds of common training challenges and offers proven solutions to your most pressing issues. Stressing effective communication, realistic goals, and the importance of an enjoyable atmosphere, Jessica Jahiel helps you get the most out of your training sessions by pinpointing what’s causing the problem and providing strategies to help both rider and horse stay engaged and focused.

Maths Problem Solving Toolkit

Author: Lucy Simonds

Publisher: Heinemann



Page: 128

View: 168

The mixed-year Problem-Solving Toolkit (Teacher Book and CD): * Provides ideas for teaching the full range of problem-solving strategies. * Offers guidance on when to use each strategy * Contains a planning chart for integration alongside any maths topic. * Includes problems for pupils to practise each strategy. * Includes mixed problems where pupils can decide which strategy to use.

The Adventures of a Problem Solver Iii

The Complications

Author: Richard V. Martin

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 380

View: 769

The Adventures of a Problem Solver is a series of books involving an unusual private investigator as well as his even more unusual associates and clients. Refusing to give into his fathers demands to run the family business, Garrett Kannis circled the globe to right wrongs. He found time to add a trophy wife and two overachieving children to the family tree. If you are looking for fast-paced action, this series will provide it.

The Horse Behavior Problem Solver

All Your Questions Answered About How Horses Think, Learn, and React

Author: Jessica Jahiel

Publisher: Storey Publishing


Category: Pets

Page: 416

View: 941

Understanding your horse’s behavior is an essential aspect of creating a mutual bond of trust, respect, and friendship. In a handy question-and-answer format, Dr. Jessica Jahiel explains the language and logic of how horses learn and communicate, enabling you to interpret and properly respond to your animal’s quirky ways. From fear of the vet to unstoppable kicking, this guide provides proven techniques for helping your horse break bad habits, along with creative ideas for fostering a healthy relationship filled with love and affection.

Creative Problem Solving in the Field

Reflections on a Career

Author: William Foote Whyte

Publisher: Rowman Altamira


Category: Social Science

Page: 162

View: 508

From the street corners of the North End of Boston to the Basque regions of Spain, renowned sociologist William Foote Whyte has been a pioneer in developing methods and theories that have changed and expanded the way that we look at social structures and the individuals within them. Now, Whyte passes on his experience and knowledge with a look at problems he encountered in the field, and how he was able to overcome them. This book is both a guide through the practical and conceptual complexities and problems associated with fieldwork, as well as a look back on the life of one of the most interesting and important sociologists of our time.

The Dressage Rider's Problem-Solver

Author: Barry Marshall

Publisher: Crowood Press


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 144

View: 469

In the pursuit of excellence, problems or difficulties are bound to arise. This practical and authoritative handbook will enable the dressage rider to identify faults, find their cause, and set about putting them right. Areas covered include rider’s position and horse’s outlines; saddlery; dressage terminology; paces; school movements; rein-back and pirouettes; flying changes; piaffe and passage; and finally test riding.

Exploring Job Skills

Author: Craig Conley

Publisher: Lifematters


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 610

Introduce readers to the world of work with this stimulating, easy-to-read set. All the important issues are explored, such as why people work, what physical abilities and personal skills are needed for employment, how to set salary expectation, how to look for a job, and how to interview for a job.