Jumping Cross-Country Fences Photo Guide Jane Wallace
Straightforward advice on how to safely negotiate a wide variety of cross-country obstacles. Chapters include walking the course, the start and first fence, rhythm, balance and impulsion and types of jumps.
TheHorseStudio.com Copyrighted Review:-
A great look at all the different types of fence with some savvy advice on how to approach each one. A very good guidebook on a topic not widely addressed. Recommended.
Pages: 24 with lots of color illustration
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