Riding (Collins Need to Know?)

Riding (Collins Need to Know?)

by British Horse Society

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Overview

This practical and accessible book is the ultimate guide to riding safely and confidently. Produced in association with the British Horse Society, this book will appeal to beginners of all ages, as well as more experienced riders who want to improve their horsemanship and expand their knowledge.Collins need to know? Riding is full of expert advice and specially-commissioned colour photographs to explain and demonstrate all aspects of riding. From making informed choices about selecting a riding school to mastering the basics and building on them to become a better rider, author Margaret Linington-Payne, Director of Standards at the BHS, gives you up-to-date information on everything you need to know.Contents include:• Selecting a riding school• Preparing to ride• Your first lesson: the basics• Learning to walk, halt, trot and canter• Progressing and getting the most out of your lessons• Refining your riding skills• Hacking out• Learning to jumpPlus handy glossary and directory of contacts and resources.

The British Horse Society, founded in 1947, is the UK’s largest and most influential equestrian charity and is internationally acclaimed for its education and training programmes. It is committed to improving the welfare of horses and ponies, as well as promoting the interests of horse riders and owners. The BHS has over 58,000 members throughout the UK, plus a further 40,000 members of affiliated Riding Clubs.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780007570034
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 06/26/2014
Series: Collins Need to Know?
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 315,051
File size: 24 MB
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The British Horse Society, founded in 1947 is the UK’s largest and most influential equestrian charity. It is committed to improving the welfare of horses and ponies, through education and training, and promoting the interests of its membership of horse riders and owners. The BHS has over 58,000 members throughout the UK, plus a further 40,000 members of affiliated Riding Clubs.

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