Horse Riding Equipment - Books
'- Written by Jane Kidd, medalist, competitor Grand Prix Dressage and FEI Judge - Contains all key factors of dressage to help make it understandable and rider-friendly! Dressage is growing faster among young people than most other equestrian sports, and the aim of this book is to help those who want to learn, improve and eventually become winners! Simple to read, straightforward in its approach, colourful and clear in its design.
'- Great Tips From one of our leading showjumpers! - 128 pages packed with photos and diagrams! As well as being one of the world's leading riders, Tim Stockdale is in great demand as a trainer, both at home and abroad.
'- Packed with photos and diagrams - Written by world's most successful trainer of young event riders - Gill Watson Under Gill's leadership the British Junior Young Rider Eventing Team have accumulated over 60 European team and individual medals, including 30 gold and 26 silver medals.
'- Become closer to your pony and know how he thinks! - Three great books to work through and have fun learning! Carl Hester says "The Think Like a Pony collection of workbooks will provide an invaluable education in horsemanship - on the ground and in the saddle.
'- Ride safely and enjoy your horse! A great paperback book which offers valuable advice on how to avoid common problems and accidents.
'- Step by Step introduction to safe harnessing For years horses have been driven and used as a form of transport.
'- Perfect reference book for your Stage 1 exam Written for the BHS by a chief examiner, this paperback training manual provides clear guidelines on the requirements of the Stage 1 examination for both horse care and the riding.
'- Help your favourite pony to be really confident - Make your hacking out more fun Much-needed advice on how to make horses and ponies safer to ride, easier to manage and more confident, particularly on the roads and when hacking out.
'- Tells you all about the practical aspects of keeping a pony at grass A great guide book covering topics such as different pony types and how they cope with living out, how to feed the pony who lives out, their health and wellbeing and signs to look out for that might show that they are not feeling too well.
'- Step-by-step guide to building your own show jumps and cross country fences.
'- Great guide for mounted games and skills needed! - Learn how to compete at Gymkhanas A great little guide that covers all sorts of topics such as: The ideal mounted pony, training your pony for mounted games, special riding skills including vaulting and neck reining.
'- Great horse romantic teenage fiction! - Enjoy this one in bed, at school or in the bath! At first it was sheer exhilaration, the perfect place for a gallop.
'- If you hack out on roads, you should read this excellent book Unless you are lucky and able to hack out straight onto fields and bridleways, nearly all hacking involves some roadwork.