Photographic Guide to Driving the Harness Horse.
This photographic guide from Anne Norris and Caroline Douglas guides the novice whip through stages of learning to drive single or a pair including basics such as how to hold the reins and whip to common rein handling faults.......(click on image for full details)
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This photographic guide from Anne Norris and Caroline Douglas guides the novice whip through stages of learning to drive single or a pair including basics such as how to hold the reins and whip to common rein handling faults.
A concise and easy to understand text complemented by clear informative photographs and provides invaluable information to those wishing to either learn to drive or to improve their driving.
Anne Norris has been a successful driving competitor and member of the British Driving Society for 36 years. She is also a member of the BDS Senior Judges Consultative Committee and a holder of the BDS's Medal of Honor.
Caroline Douglas LHHI is one of the best exponents of carriage driving today. She has successfully competed with single and multiple turnouts. She is a senior judge, examiner, lecturer and trainer.
Softcover guide: 23pp. TheHorseStudio.com review: A handy photo guide that addresses key issues and mistakes that are common for the neophyte driver. Excellent photos throughout.
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