The Principles of Riding: The Official Instruction Handbook of the German National Equestrian Federation
Covers the care of tack, the rider's clothing and equipment, the correct seat, basic exercises, dressage movements, jump training, cross-country riding, and the training of difficult horses
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Prerequisites for the successful Training of a Rider
Basic Exercises and Dressage Movements
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