Riding the Problem Horse - Threshold Picture Guide 51

Riding the Problem Horse - Threshold Picture Guide 51
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Perry Wood gives much needed advice on common riding problems. Practical tips on how to improve your horse's behaviour under saddle, making him safer to ride and a pleasure to own.
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Perry Wood gives much needed advice on common riding problems. Practical tips on how to improve your horse's behaviour under saddle, making him safer to ride and a pleasure to own. Subjects covered include:

  • Bucking and rearing
  • Head tossing and shying
  • Jogging, bolting and napping
  • Refusing to jump
  • Nose poking
  • Difficult to mount
  • Hard mouthed
  • Overexcited and inattentive to the rider 


'This book provides helpful techniques and tips to deal with the problem horse, covering most behavioural problems including bucking, rearing, shying, refusing to jump and many more.  The book gives a definitive guide of each problem, the causes, riding tips and actions used to resolve the issues. The information helps the reader to understand the problem from the horse?s point of view and practical tips that are easily applied. The book is basic but informative, clearly laid out, easy to read and concise.  It is particularly useful for the novice rider, helping to gain greater knowledge into the horse's mind.' National Equine Student Magazine

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Sub Heading No
ISBN 9781905693023
Author Perry Wood
Binding Paperback
Extent 245 x 190mm, 24 pages
Illustrations Illustrated in colour
Ebook No
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'This book provides helpful techniques and tips to deal with the problem horse, covering most behavioural problems including bucking, rearing, shying, refusing to jump and many more.  The book gives a definitive guide of each problem, the causes, riding tips and actions used to resolve the issues. The information helps the reader to understand the problem from the horse's point of view and practical tips that are easily applied. The book is basic but informative, clearly laid out, easy to read and concise.  It is particularly useful for the novice rider, helping to gain greater knowledge into the horse's mind.' National Equine Student Magazine

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