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The stories of cowboys and cowgirls that reached legendary status in the world of rodeo. Each chapter includes action photos and a sidebar with career milestones.
Every event in rodeo is represented by the performers in this book. This variety will appeal to all rodeo fans, whether they are bull riders, ropers or barrel racers........(click on image for full details)
Showing horses in hand becomes more and more popular. This little guide shows how to train for showing in hand, appropriate tack and turnout, and ring presentation..........(click on image for full details)
International dressage trainer, Paul Fielder, shows how his methods achieve success with schooling the horse from the ground. He covers equipment, rein handling and basic skills, then progresses to improving the horse’s balance and self-carriage.......(click on image for full details)
This beautiful tribute offers suggestions for establishing a bond with horses that transcends "animal" and "master". Along with gorgeous photographs and uplifting poetry, Dominique Barbier’s extraordinary ability to communicate with and improve the lives of horses and riders is revealed through a training philosophy steeped in gentleness and compassion........(click on image for full details)
What is it like to go faster or slower, to round curves and travel straight, with an unbalanced load to carry?
What goes through the horse’s mind when he is over-flexed and over-aided...when he is forced into biomechanically unsound positions?
What happens when a prey animal (the horse) must learn to defeat his own preservation instinct and perform on cue with a predator (humankind) clinging to his back?.......(click on image for full details)
Professional photographer Elizabeth Furth captures the moments on stage and off in the dressage world. With some super shots of all your favorites such as Nicole Uphoff, Isabell Werth, Anky von Grunsven, Stephen Clarke, Margitt Otto Crepin and so many more too numerous to name, the horses read a who is who of dressage also........(click on image for full details)