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101 Arena Exercises: A Ringside Guide for Horse & Rider SPI Edition
Contributor(s): Hill, Cherry
ISBN: 088266316X     ISBN-13: 9780882663166
Publisher: Storey Books
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Product Type: Paperback - Other Formats
Published: January 1995
Annotation: Cherry Hill has done it again: created a one-of-a-kind equestrian workbook that's sure to become a standard in the field. 101 Arena Exercises is a ringside exercise book for riders who want to improve their own and their horses's skills. The book is presented in unique "read-and-ride" format that allows it to be hung like a calendar for quick and easy reference.

Exercises -- suitable for both English and Western riders -- progress naturally from simple, basic skills such as the "Working Walk and Jog" to the more advanced "Two Squares" and "Flying Change." Hill presents recognized classic exercises along with her original patterns and maneuvers, offering a wide variety of useful drills for anyone who rides. In addition, 101 Arena Exercises is a valuable workbook for trainers and instructors interested in exploring new teaching methods.

Riding drills included are:

* Collected Canter

* Long and Low

* Loosen Up

* Circle and Leg Yield

* Trot-Halt-Back-Walk

* Zigzag Half Pass

* Long Serpentine

* Rollback

* Spiral

* Figure 8

Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Horsemanship; Study and teaching.
BISAC Categories:
- Sports & Recreation | Equestrian
Dewey: 798.2/3/076
LCCN: 95012930
Academic/Grade Level: General Adult
Book type: Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 11.25" H x 9.25" W x 1.00" (1.45 lbs)
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Publisher Description:
This ringside exercise book is a favorite of riding instructors and enthusiasts. Classic exercises and original patterns and drills are presented in a unique "read-and-ride" format. The book can be hung like a calendar or draped over the rail of the ring for quick and easy reference. Exercises such as working walk, canter, two squares, half halt, and flying changes progress through skill levels for both English and Western riders.