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Horseback Riding – 10 Simple Lessons That Will Transform Your Horse Riding and Training

Horseback Riding – 10 Simple Lessons That Will Transform Your Horse Riding and Training

UPDATED! Just added – a free chapter with our horse tips that you can put into use today.

Are you dreaming of horseback riding, buying a horse or did you just get a horse? Are you wondering about how you should proceed and the things you should be doing to enjoy horseback riding?

Your horse is a 1,000+ pounds of muscle and lightning-quick reflexes. You MUST pay attention to safety all the time. Even veteran horse trainers and riders are surprised and hurt by horses all the time. You are not unique.

You ability to handle and control these magnificent animals will determine not only how safely you will ride but also the amount of enjoyment you’ll have as you work with and ride them.

Presented in the book is 10 simple lessons that will help you get started and learn how to handle and understand your horse.

Developed, collected and distilled down from over 30 years of horse training experience, you are given the basis of safe and fun riding handed to you.

Here’s the subjects we’ll cover:

1. Get Inside Your Horse’s Head
2. Set Yourself Up for a Good Ride Even Before You Mount Up
3. A Most Critical Time: The First Minutes in the Saddle
4. Rider Safety: Riding Can Be Dangerous!
5. Ride Safely: The Rider Must Be Aware of the Horse and Self
6. Understanding Horse Breeds and Intended Use
7. Starting Them Young in the Saddle: the Beginner Child Rider
8. How the Rider Affects the Horse
9. After the Ride: True Horsemanship Lessons
10. What to Do When Nothing Goes Right with Your Ride

Click the Buy Now button and get started. You’ll be glad you did!

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2 Responses to “Horseback Riding – 10 Simple Lessons That Will Transform Your Horse Riding and Training”

  1. Wayne Lum "Bassgrinder" says:

    Feels more like an advertisement than anything else If you are looking for detailed information on horse training keep looking. Other than some very generic discussion of theory, this is mostly a collection of very general tips such as, have a comprehensive plan, or buy proper safety equipment, or the best one was advice to get books or materials containing details on training steps and methods. One source cited (surprise surprise) is the author’s web site. Couple that with the 10% discount code contained in the book for the before mentioned web sit and this book begins to feel more like a paid advertisement than a source of practical information, ok fair enough I guess except for when I realize I was the one who paid. Even though it was only ninety nine cents I feel there is more advertising than I could ever want being pushed at me that I don’t have to pay for. That in turn makes me a little angry I paid anything at all.

  2. neva griffin says:

    Very Informative This book is very easy to understand.If you love horseriding you will find this book handy.You should definetly purchase this book.

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