The Principles of Riding Revised

The Principles of Riding Revised

The Official Instruction Handbook of the German National Equestrian Federation. Revised and re-illustrated, this teaching manual places increased emphasis on the psychological aspects of the horse and rider relationship. Covers, tack and equipment, basic schooling exercises, training programs and riding in competitions. Paperback Read more...

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“Principles Of Riding Revised” is the bestselling official instruction handbook of the German National Equestrian Federation and has been completely revised and updated regarding language and content, while still taking into account the well-established principles of the ‘Old Masters’. This is a complete instruction course of horse and rider using the German training system that has produced international champions for decades. The emphasis is on an integral approach to the interaction between horse and rider. It all depends on harmony; the correct seat and the appearance of the horse under the rider are regarded as the result of correct riding.

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