A modern and revised approach to riding safely in all environments, Ride Safe is the foundation for any horse and rider to be safe when riding out and about in all environments including on the road, along bridleways and warming up at competitions. Ride Safe provides a comprehensive understanding with practical examples, tips and guidance towards the Ride Safe Award assessment; ideal for all riders from occasional recreational riders to elite equestrians.
- Essential textbook for the BHS Ride Safe Award assessment
- Extensively revised, updated and modernised to give riders necessary knowledge and skills to stay safe on busy roads
- Explains the highway code and First Aid techniques
- Clear illustrations and photographs
AUTHOR: THE BHS
The BHS is a charity that represents the interests of the 43 million people in the UK who ride or who drive horse-drawn vehicales. With its membership and that of its Affiliated Riding Clubs and Affiliated Bridleway Associations, the BHS is the largest and most influential equestrian charity in the UK.
- Book Specifications
Sub Heading A Modern Approach to riding safely in all environments ISBN 9781910016268 Author BHS Binding Paperback Extent 210 x 148mm, 100 pages Illustrations Colour Ebook No
'Ride Safe is a marvellous book, one that will both educate and undoubtedly save lives of horses and riders and make for a safe and happy environment for horse riders and those who meet them on the road or countryside.' Jacqui Broderick, Horse and Pony Ireland (you can read the full review here)
'The Ride Safe Awards has replaced the old BHS Riding and Road Safety Test. This new version has been updated, and is essential reading for anyone riding on the roads. With clear advice, illustrations and summary quizzes, this little book, designed to accompany the exam, is packed with information designed to help keep riders safe in modern road conditions. From how to open a gate to dealing with low-flying aircraft, it also covers off-road riding. There’s also advice for non-riders on how to pass horses safely on the roads. Even if you don’t plan to go on and take the award, this is required reading for any rider.' - Horse & Countryside
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