|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||30/06/2008|
|INSIDE:||Colour photos and line illustrations|
However competent or experienced you are, you will always want to improve - to jump better. From being a complete beginner to competing at the highest level, there is always more to be done, and gridwork is the key, the building blocks of a winning partnership. Jumping trainer Carol Mailer, believes that these and many more problems can be overcome with the help of the grid:
- My horse is nappy and bad tempered; is there any chance of him ever competing?
- How can I help my horse jump straight?
- My new horse was perfect when I bought him. Now he's stopping, running out or charging off with me. Why is he doing it?
- I'm an inexperienced rider with a new horse. How can I form a good partnership when we start jumping?
- Why does my horse keep putting extra strides in?
- Is there a way to calm my horse down and make him listen to me?
- I'm having a job stopping my horse cutting corners. Any ideas?
Packed with exercises for finessing your technique and insightful solutions to classic jumping difficulties, Better Jumping is a wonderfully practical and inspiring book that will set you on the path to success, whatever your level.
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