Originally published in 1966, Learning to Ride, Hunt, and Show is still today recognized by many equestrians as the essential handbook for riders of every skill level.
Written by Gordon Wright, acknowledged to be the founding father of American horsemanship, this book every aspect of the fundamentals of riding, including chapters devoted to: • Horse anatomy • Tips on grooming • Trotting, galloping, and cantering • Jumping • Caring for a horse during illness • Equipment • Stable management Whether you are a young rider looking to learn the fundamentals or a veritable professional seeking to perfect your technique, Learning to Ride, Hunt, and Show is an indispensable guide to all aspects of horsemanship.
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