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Crafted by the Amish, this Braided Leather Nameplate Bracelet features an engraved plate that holds 20 characters. Make it your very own unique accessory with your horse’s name, dog’s name, your name or a short message. It’s a versatile bracelet that lends style to any casual outfit.
Breyer’s Traditional size rendition of Smokin Doubledutch pays tribute to the famous Pinto Quarter Pony who stands only 54" high. Versatile across multiple disciplines, “Dutch” holds papers with the International Quarter Pony Association (IQPA), North American Sport Pony Registry, Pinto Horse Association and American Paint Pony Registry.
With clearly designed wall charts, Beyond Horse Massage: Introducing the Masterson Method™ can help you make your horse feel more comfortable and enhance your relationship as a team in the process. USET Equine Massage Therapist Jim Masterson reveals his technique of light and gentle touch and response to the horse’s reactions to help release tension and pain.
Fuel your passion with Horses, a book of truly unique horse portraits by photographer Gabrielle Boiselle. Her inimitable style captures the very essence of the noble equine in this elegantly presented book. A beautiful gift for yourself or any horse lover in your life.
When Two Spines Align: Dressage Dynamics by Beth Baumert details practical ways riders can learn to harness the balance, energies and forces at play when they’re in the saddle. Readers will discover how to use “positive tension” and the four physical “Powerlines”—Vertical, Connecting, Spiraling, and Visual—to become balanced and effective in the saddle. 248 pages.
The Padded Leather Nameplate Bracelet is crafted of American leather with soft padding against your wrist and classic roller buckle closure. Great option for monogramming the name of your favorite horse, pony, or dog.
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.
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.