domingo, 22 de febrero de 2009

Cómo quiere tu caballo que lo manejes: Empezando, Empezando otra vez

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


How Your Horse Wants You to Ride: Starting Out, Starting Over
Autor: Gincy Self Bucklin, D. Cunningham
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 432
Materia: Veterinaria
Año: 2004
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 0764570994

En esta guía, el renombrado experto en equitación Gincy Self Bucklin ofrece a los corredores adultos, métodos probados para un buen desarrollo físico, mental, y una relación emocional con un caballo. Tanto si eres un principiante o un jinete con más experiencia que busca mejorar sus habilidades o alguien que solía montar, pero que se muestra reacio a intentarlo de nuevo, los ejercicios paso a paso de Bucklin -lentos y cuidadosos al principio sobre el terreno y, a continuación, en su caballo, hará que vaya con confianza y sin temor.



CONTENIDO:

Part I: Getting Started or Starting Over: Success Is Easier Than You Think
1. Looking into Your Future: A Confident Rider on a Confident Horse
2. Building the Foundation: The Seven Steps, Part One
3. Meeting and Greeting: Good First Impressions Create a Positive Relationship
4. Grooming, Tack, and Tacking: Talking to Your Horse in Different Ways
5. Leading: Be in Charge without Being Controlling
6. Mounting and Dismounting: Riding Confidence Starts Here

Part II: Riding without Fear: Bareback or without Stirrups
7. Sitting on the Horse: The Seven Steps, Part Two
8. Communicating Considerately: The Stick, the Seat, the Center, the Weight, and the Eyes
9. Free at Last!: Riding without Reins, Sitting the Trot without Stirrups
10. Handling the Reins: Goofproof Your Moves

Part III: Riding without Fear: Back in the Saddle and Using the Stirrups
11. Settling into the Saddle: Adjust to the Difference
12. Solving the Stirrup Problem: The Seven Seats, Part One: Full Seat
13. Solving the Balance Problem: The Seven Seats, Part Two: Half Seat
14. Posting the Trot: Perfection Is Perfectly Possible
15. Cantering Basics: Just in Case

Part IV: Helping Your Horse Do What You Want: The Leg and Rein Aids
16. Using Your Legs: No Strength Required!
17. Understanding the Rein Connection: Use Your Hands Effectively
18. Overcoming Rein Resistance: Simple Hand and Rein Effects That Work
19. Putting the Aids to Work: Go, Turn, Stop, and Back

Conclusion: Build Self-Confidence in Yourself and Your Horse: Be the Perfect Student
Appendices
Appendix A. Making and Fitting a Neck Strap
Appendix B. Plateaus: Charting Your Progress
Appendix C. The Flowchart: Where Can You Go from Here?
Appendix D. Resources

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How Your Horse Wants You to Ride: Starting Out, Starting Over

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