Improve your jumping technique with this uniquely visual guide for novice and experienced riders alike. Starting with preliminary training over ground poles it takes you through all stages of jumping training, including a safe jumping position, polework, and gridwork exercises, before moving on to the more complex work of jumping courses and cross-country jumping. Over 250 colour photographs illustrate from many different angles the points being made by the authors. The use of aerial shots and dynamically-sequenced photos give the book a unique edge.The objective of setting up a realistic jumping course at home is to practise riding in the correct balance, in the correct pace, riding ... and use these to work towards jumping a course. lf any problems occur, iron them out as you go by repeating the exercise a ... The horse has gone onto his forehand and his head is too high.
|Title||:||The Photographic Guide to Jumping|
|Author||:||Lesley Bayley, John Bowen|
|Publisher||:||David & Charles - 2005-04-01|