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The BHS Complete Manual of Equitation: The Training of Horse and Rider (British Horse Society) (BHS Official Handbook) Paperback – 14 May 2011
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'The new book is a complete authoritative training guide for the horse and rider both on the flat and over show jumps and cross country fences, based on sound classical principles that have stood the test of time.' --British Horse Magazine
About the Author
Yogi Briesner is GB's official event team trainer and has led GB riders to many international successes at World, Olympic and European level.
Carole Broad is a BHS Chief Assessor and a Vice-Chairman of the BHS.
Jane Goldsmith is a world renowned trainer and judge of para dressage riders.
Judy Harvey is an international dressage rider, trainer and judge.
Sabrina Jones is a BHS Chief Assessor and was a successful eventer and has competed internationally at dressage.
Patrick Print was Chairman of The British Horse Society from 2004 to 2010.
Jo Winfield is a British Eventing accredited trainer and a British Dressage listed dressage judge.
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I wasn't born in the saddle but I'm an adult advanced standard rider who has been riding (pretty obsessively) for 6 years.
For me this book has it all. It's information is delivered in a high level and comprehensive manner and is invaluable whether you're into jumping, flat work or cross country. What I loved about this book is that it armed me with questions to fire at my instructor and it compounded learning from my riding lessons.