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Teaching Jumping

  • ID: 2246907
  • Book
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Jane Houghton Brown shows how to teach both horse and rider to jump show jumps and cross county fences with confidence at all stages of horse and rider development, from novices to advanced level competitors. The book will serve as a specific reference for the career instructor following the British Horse Society examination system. For the rider the book will also be a manual for the training of young horses and the retraining of older horses. This book show s how successful techniques can be effectively taught at all levels of competence, setting out key points, objectives and solutions to problems at all stages, including how to tackle fear and build up confidence.
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1. Introduction; 2. The evolution of modern jumping; 3. The biomechanics of jum ping; 4. Psychology of horse and rider; 5. Teaching the novice rider; 6. Developing the rider; 7. Cross–country training; 8. Riding a course – introducing the rider to XC; 9. Cross–country jumps; 10. Advanced development of the rider; 11. The novice horse: development on the flat; 12. The novice horse: loose jumping and lungeing; 13. Developing athletic jumping; 14. Going to a show; 15. Equipment; 16. Competition riding; 17. Teaching for examinations.
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