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Showing The Ridden Pony

Author : Caroline Akrill
ISBN : 0851316492
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Producing Ridden Show Ponies

Author : Nigel Hollings
ISBN : 0851316646
Genre : Pets
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A photographic guide to feeding horses and ponies, based on recent research and compiled with the help of leading nutritionists. Topics range from assessing a horse's condition and bodyweight to formulating diets and the importance of forage.

Showing Native Ponies

Author : Jenny Morgan
ISBN : 1872082580
Genre : Ponies
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A practical guide to the art of showing Britain's native ponies in both ridden and in-hand classes, based on the author's experience and success in the show-ring. The breeds featured include Dartmoor, Connemara, Exmoor, New Forest, Shetland, Highland and Welsh.

Keeker And The Horse Show Show Off

Author : Hadley Higginson
ISBN : 9781452120331
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When a flyer arrives announcing an upcoming horse show, Keeker and Plum are determined to enter! They work hard to prepare, but will it be enough?

Change The Rein

Author : Sally Bishop
ISBN : 1326578103
Genre : Fiction
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A late spring christening brings back together four old friends who have not seen each other since their graduation day, twenty years before. They enjoy the hot summer bank holiday catching up with each other and then return to their own, established routines. But the christening has acted as a catalyst and no one's life is the same again. The novel is based in Ireland and in Kent, over a heat wave summer, when new relationships spring from nowhere, redundancies happen, a new business starts, an old lover is lost, a marriage unravels, a young horse is trained for a competition and a difficult teenager finds a talent she didn't know she had. All four women, having seen little of each other for so many years, suddenly find their lives are intertwined. They each struggle to keep up with the upheaval until the heat wave breaks and tragedy strikes.

The Complete Guide To Hunter Seat Training Showing And Judging

Author : Anna Jane White-Mullin
ISBN : 9781570765636
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The USEF and USPC have both listed The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, and Judging by Anna-Jane White-Mullin as recommended reading. Never before has such a complete text on the American hunt seat and equitation disciplines been compiled! Based on Anna Jane White-Mullin's now out-of-print bestseller Winning and chock full of gorgeous, full-color photographs taken at Beacon Hill Show Stables owned by Stacia Madden, The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, and Judging provides every aspiring equestrian the means for achieving greatness in the show ring. Beginning with a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of horsemanship—recently re-emphasized as compulsory by such luminaries of the sport as George Morris—and progressing through essential schooling exercises in the development of the hunter or equitation mount, as well as advanced concepts applicable to upper-level competition, Part One lays the amateur's riding and training foundation. You'll find: • Discussion of collection and lengthening—long, medium, and short frames • Flatwork for improving the basic gaits—cadence, pace, and transitions • Training and showing tips for USEF Tests 1-19—patterns and how to prepare for them • Introduction to hunter and equitation jump courses—basic, intermediate, and advanced As an added bonus, the education of the rider is made complete with the inclusion of White-Mullin's famous text on judging hunters and equitation. Offering a complete discussion of the USEF rules, requirements, and tests, the second part of the book explains what judges look for and the training methods necessary to achieve the desired results.

Parkview Pickle The Show Pony

Author : Pippa Funnell
ISBN : 9781444003857
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Meet Tilly Redbrow, who doesn't just love horses - she lives, breathes and dreams them too! When Parkview Pickle arrives at Silver Shoe Farm it's clear to Tilly that something isn't right. She may be a show pony, but she's restless, fussy and just a little bit overweight. Can Tilly persuade Pickle's owner to let her help? From Pony Club to riding for the British team, and for every girl who has ever longed for a pony of her own, these delightful, warm and engaging stories are packed with Pippa Funnell's expert advice on everything you ever wanted to know about horses.

Ride A Wild Pony

Author : James Aldridge
ISBN : 0140342605
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Introduction To Equestrian Sports

Author : Kate Luxmoore
ISBN : 9780643099173
Genre : Science
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Introduction to Equestrian Sports offers parents and riders who are new to the scene detailed descriptions of what is involved in each of the four main disciplines: hacking/showing, dressage, showjumping and eventing. It is equally beneficial for those wanting to change from one type of competition to another. Each discipline description includes how it originated, its current status, types of classes, levels of competition, what rules apply, who runs the competitions and how they are judged. 'Ground rules' are explained, based on the author's considerable experience, to help take the mystery out of competitions, such as how to find out what competitions are taking place and how to enter, which classes are being judged, what to wear, what to do when you arrive, where best to park, where you can and cannot warm up, checking your gear and reporting to the judge. Other topics include how to prepare for a competition, from one month before to the night before the event, and the equipment required to compete, from choosing a horse to what rugs will be needed. Finally, illustrations of arenas, website links and examples of competition programs are provided to help beginner riders further understand their chosen sport. Introduction to Equestrian Sports is not another 'how to ride' book, but a practical, hands-on guide to make equestrian competitions enjoyable for all riders.

The Saddle And Show Horse Chronicle

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ISBN : UIUC:30112112112252
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