Goodnight's Guide to Great Trail Riding: A How-to for You and Your Horse [NOOK Book]

Overview

Known as the “Horse Master” on her RFD-TV show, Julie Goodnight will teach you the trail riding skills you need to know, whether they you’re a nervous novice or an experienced rider looking to hone their skills.
In the personable style ...
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Goodnight's Guide to Great Trail Riding: A How-to for You and Your Horse

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Overview

Known as the “Horse Master” on her RFD-TV show, Julie Goodnight will teach you the trail riding skills you need to know, whether they you’re a nervous novice or an experienced rider looking to hone their skills.
In the personable style she’s known for, Goodnight takes you step-by-step through every essential part of preparing your horse for trail rides and how to handle what you encounter out on the trail, including:
• Despooking
• Jigging
• Emergency stops
• Hills
• Water Crossings
• And much more!
It’s full of personal anecdotes from Goodnight, as well as questions that she answers from real riders, just like you. Goodnight’s Guide to Great Trail Riding is also beautifully enriched with dozens of step-by-step photos from photographer and producer Heidi Nyland Melocco that demonstrate both the concepts and the joy of trail riding itself.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013856097
  • Publisher: Active Interest Media
  • Publication date: 12/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 229,031
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Julie Goodnight is an internationally known trainer, clinician, author and T.V. personality, specializing in clear communication and effective training techniques for both horse and rider.

Heidi Nyland Melocco loves helping people with their horses, whether by sharing information through the written word or photos, producing the Horse Master T.V. show, or teaching.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2011

    A great book--everything you need to know for trail riding

    I was so excited to see this book--I'm a huge Julie Goodnight fan, and when it came out this week I snapped it up. And I wasn't disappointed. Julie Goodnight is a great teacher, and she explains every lesson in her thorough and patient way, just like she does on her "Horse Master" t.v. show.
    The photos done by co-author Heidi Nyland Melocco are gorgeous and show every step like it's supposed to be done.
    I'm buying copies for all my horse friends--

    If you want to trail ride or already do, you should get this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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