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Linda Allen's 101 Jumping Exercises for Horse and Rider


Linda Allen's 101 Jumping Exercises for Horse and Rider

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    Available in PDF Format | Linda Allen's 101 Jumping Exercises for Horse and Rider.pdf | English
    Linda Allen(Author) Dianna R. Dennis(Author)
Get jumping! This collection presents a logical series of fun and rewarding exercises that are designed to develop your horse-jumping skills. With straightforward instructions and clear arena maps, this guide can be hung on a pole and easily referenced from the saddle. In addition to clearly articulated goals and progressively difficult variations, each exercise also includes encouraging advice on what the rider should keep in mind while jumping. Saddle up and get ready to fly through the air with grace and confidence.

'If you can master all 101 of Linda Allen's examples, you'll never encounter anything on a course that will surprise you - at least not very much.' William Steinkraus, 1968 Individual Olympic Gold Medal, Show Jumping --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • By Guest on 8 April 2017

    Great book with lots of variety. Started from pole work, grid exercises and jumping exercises with different levels of technicality.

  • By JFNash on 14 April 2014

    Bought as a Christmas present, it has been well received and is a good additional help in training.I would purchase again

  • By Guest on 9 March 2017

    Exactly what I wanted. Lots of useful exercises.

  • By Lindsey on 17 August 2017

    good book

  • By Boomtrooper on 21 October 2007

    I bought this book having previously bought Jec Aristotle Balou's book '101 dressage exercises', which is very good. This is undoubtedly better - whilst the exercises are equally valid andhelpful, there is much more explanation and a useful cross-referencing guide.... "if this doesn't work, try exercise 38 to improve X."The 'celebrity' exercises are actually fab - I thought this might be a bit of a sales fad, but it's hard not to take seriously exercises that Sylvia Loch, Tim Stockdale and Richard Davison state as 'essentials'Perfect book coming into winter when, let's face it, we all sometimes go into the menage thinking 'what shall we do today?'..... this book will give you all you need, and you may never be at a loss again!

  • By Zoe Wall on 27 February 2015

    Not as good as I thought it would be

  • By sophie on 5 December 2010

    I found this book weak and dry. The exercises were not creative in any way. There is one called Celebrity Jumping Exercises by Caroline Orme which is far better.

  • By Ms. Phoebe Bright on 8 September 2008

    Every January I clear the jumps out of my arena and spend the month doing excersises from this book and by the end of the month all the horses are more balanced and responsive and my riding is more acurate. Very helpful, especially for those without access to a trainer.

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