Here's the book for those who take their riding seriously, who think and want to know the whys and wherefores. Although...

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Here's the book for those who take their riding seriously, who think and want to know the whys and wherefores. Although expert riders are not born, there are some who work on impulse while others must understand before they can act. Strangely enough, this book will appeal to both types. The instinctive rider will find reasons while the mental rider will be put through a logical course in school riding. To the latter it will prove invaluable as it is remarkably thorough, managing to go into minute details without becoming complicated. The sections on The Rider and The Horse are a tribute to the author's long experience as instructor and his knowledge of the pupil's problems and questions. An excellent book for anyone interested in equitation or teaching it. Notify schools, Hunt Clubs and Riding Academies near you and see if you can't arrange for a review in your local papers.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937