The Principles of Teaching Riding

The Principles of Teaching Riding

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A comprehensive, straightforward approach to the primary elements upon which all first-class riding instruction depends. The authors introduce the fundamentals of teaching riding, including the horse, the instructor, the rider and the riding school, giving advice on the suitability and safety regulations for each. Details are given of the facilities and equipment required to be able to teach, and there is advice on the correct use and fitting of saddlery, clothing, whips and lungeing equipment. The teaching of children, nervous riders and disabled and handicapped riders is covered. Teaching skills explored include lesson structure, teaching aids, teaching style and tips for communication. While the emphasis is on safety throughout the book, the authors conclude by looking at the correct procedure for dealing with accidents.Plugging the machine into the mains power, or alternatively, wiring it up to a car battery if this is possible, will be less expensive than using small internal ... Music Cassette tapes are probably the easiest way of playing music during lessons.

Title:The Principles of Teaching Riding
Author: Karen Bush, Julian Marczak
Publisher:David & Charles - 2005-10-01

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