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Horse Gaits, Balance and Movement ❮Read❯ ➳ Horse Gaits, Balance and Movement Author Susan E. Harris – Thomashillier.co.uk See how your horse moves and become a better riderHorses are born to move a foal can walk trot and gallop within hours of birth But not all horses move eually well and the way a horse moves can have a See how your horse moves and Balance and Kindle × become a better riderHorses are born to move a foal can walk trot and gallop within hours of birth But not all horses move eually well and the way a horse moves can have a real impact on how you ride Horse Gaits, ePUB ½ In this uniue book Susan Harris presents than eye opening drawings that show you exactly how horses move She illustrates movements common to all horses pinpoints movement problems reveals how a human in the saddle affects a horse's movement and helps you become a better accomplished rider Gaits, Balance and eBook ´ Get a close up look at horse gaits and transitions Observe the differences between good and poor movement Find out how balance and conformation affect movement View flexion bending and lateral movements See the impact of shoeing and riding on movement Discover practical tips to improve your horse's movement.


4 thoughts on “Horse Gaits, Balance and Movement

  1. Abigail Stutzman Abigail Stutzman says:

    i love this book so much i got the revised edition and it is amazing i would recommend this book to any horse rider


  2. Susan Miller Susan Miller says:

    An excellent book for guidance in what best movements should look like There are great examples of both good and bad movements with beautiful illustration to get the point across I especially liked the short paragraph on transitions Emphasis on learning footfalls developing “feel” and timing in asking for transitions is keyThe chapter on balance and movement taking center of balance into consideration is also very good in remembering that you have two separate bodies moving as one with different balance centers of gravityThe chapter on improving your horses movements is also well done Excellent tips ideas to help horse rider improve their work


  3. Keith Hosman Keith Hosman says:

    Absolutely indispensable book for euestrians who want to really understand the characteristics the the foot fall patterns etc of all the classic movements common to all breeds It's as much a how to book as it is a this is what your horse will look like or how it'll carry himself book You'll hear phrases all the time like half pass full pass haunches in shoulders in etc and you might ride for years kinda knowing what they should look like but put this book on your shelf and you'll find yourself referencing it constantly for as many years as you ride because it shows you exactly what you're looking for How much neck bend? Should the shoulders lead the hips or is it the other way around? Is this leg supposed to cross in front of that one or it the other way around? It can very uickly make you the go to person at the barn for answers to such uestionsI couldn't recommend this book higher it's a constant go to for me because while the ability to google something online these days has curtailed the need for many reference books this book is full of diagrams and drawings that would be near impossible to find online in such a trusted context


  4. Dena Burnett Dena Burnett says:

    This book sparked my passion for biomechanics and how I've already applied it to conformation without knowing it Good read if you're into that sort of thing


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