Oxfam Shop Crawley
It is a fact that there are good and bad riders and there are also tractable and intractable horses. Riding ceases to be a pleasure if the horse fails to understand the rider's commands, or does not chose to obey them.;This book aims to identify the cause of disobedience and to suggest a corrective remedy, but his remedy will never be brutal or unfair because he acknowledges that perfect harmony between rider and horse. Perfect accord between rider and horse is a pleasing spectacle, but one which is too rarely presented. The author tells us that overriding ambition and inflated egos are at the root of the aggressiveness that often dishonour the sport and when they spoil the pleasure of riding, it would be wiser for the competitive rider to chase laurels in some other sport that does not require the participation of another living creature.;Riders of all standards would do well to study this humane and thoughtful guide to corrective training. In doing so, not only will they learn much about their horses, but also about themselves.
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