This One-Month Subscription to Dressage Training Online.com complements to your in-saddle dressage education. This subscription provides unlimited access to more than 1,500 dressage videos from trainers, FEI judges and more. Dressage Training Online.com is the largest dressage video library in the world. Ideal for the serious rider!
Laminated for durability, the Whinny Widgets Pocket Test Books 2015 are formatted for the ease of callers and riders. These compact dressage test books make it easier to memorize your tests. Arena diagrams are included. Sized to fit in jeans pocket.
Helpful for riders but designed specifically for coaches, the Whinny Widgets Instructor’s Dressage Test Book 2015 is laminated and in an easy to read print size that makes calling easy. This dressage test book includes USEF Introductory through Fourth level tests. 5 1/2"W x 8 1/2"H.
With this I Love Horses! Activity Book, children ages six and up get all the instruction and accessories they need for hours of fun. Young horse lovers will learn to draw, share horse trivia cards and enjoy a wide array of stickers, bookmarks and so much more.
As the book progresses, exercises get increasingly challenging. There is something for all levels of riders, from 'D' Level Pony Clubbers to those preparing for 4' jumpers. Just as valuable as the exercises are the in-depth explanations and directions. Problem-solving, double-check, and tip boxes are provided for each exercise. Benefits are also clearly explained.
How to Raise Horses, a book backed by the National FFA Organization, delivers all the information needed to raise and train horses. Written by the brother-sister duo and 4-H alumni Samantha and Daniel Johnson, this freshly updated second edition guide walks the reader through all the basics on health care, breeding, housing, exercise, feed, nutrition and raising foals.
As with any book of exercises, riders should realize they can only get out of them what they are able to put into them. Regular feedback from a qualified coach or friend, listening carefully to what your horse tells you, and respecting the difficulty of seemingly 'simple' exercises will help riders move forward.