The Principles of Riding — The Official Instruction Handbook Of The German National Equestrian Federation Book 1 - Anon.Kenilworth Press, 2000, Hardback ..
Condition: Very Good.
Reprint of the completely revised edition of 1997. Illustrated with black and white photographs. From the cover: “This classic teaching manual provides a complete basic instruction course for horse and rider using the German training system — a system that has consistently produced international champions for many decades. Based on the principles of classical horsemanship, the German training method is clear, logical and thorough. It ensures that the horse receives a training that is both fair and appropriate to his equine nature, and enables the rider to enjoy and understand his sport and to practise it safely. This new edition has been fully revised and re-illustrated. There is increased emphasis on the psychological aspects of the horse-and-rider relationship. Also, the sections on jumping and cross-country have been expanded to reflect the importance of all-round training.”
Illustrator: Barbara Wolfgramm, in places by Marianne Merz and Uwe Spenlen
Size: 9¾" x 6¾"
Number of Pages: 174
Translator: Chrisrina Belton
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