Basic Coursebuilding Maureen Summers
Building a safe and jumpable show jumping course, be it a few practice fences at home or a whole course at a show, requires an awareness of many factors. This leading course builder provides simple guidance. Contents include uprights, oxers or parallels, how to plan a course, double and treble combinations and the ability and experience of mount and rider.
TheHorseStudio.com Copyrighted Review:-
Surprisingly in depth for a photo guide style book, reading this book will educate you in the do's and don'ts of course building, includes some great help on what to use as fill-in materials for fences, addresses safety and shows you how to build a course both at home as a competition. Very handy book indeed.
Paperback, 7.5 x 9.5 with 24 pp and color illustrations throughout
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