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The 3 Programme Horsemaster series is the first ever complete guide to the British Horse Society Training system. The programmes include everything for the rider from how to get started to taking tests and competitions and includes a complete 90 minute programme on the care of the horse - all within the framework of the internationally recognised BHS training guidelines. Horsemaster has become an equestrian best-seller. HORESEMASTER 1 - BASIC PRINCIPLES is designed to help anyone who is interested in learning about - and mastering - those important first steps in horse riding. Whether you are a keen beginner, starting to compete or taking up the challenge of the BHS Stages 1 & 2 - everyone will benefit from the practical advice offered in this unique instructional programme and be spurned on by the valuable insight into the world of professional riding. HORSEMASTER 2 - NEXT STEPS is aimed at the more experienced rider. Whether you are keen to develop basic equestrian skills to a more advanced level, gathering momentum in the world of compettion or taking up the challenge of the BHS Stage III Preliminary Instructor - all riders will benefit from the wealth of practical advice offered in the latest programme in this instructional series and gain valuable insight into the world of professional riding. HORSEMASTER 3 - HORSE CARE is designed to provide the first truly comprehensive and dynamic guide to stable management and horse care to the approved BHS standard. It offers reliable advice and information on all practical aspects of general care of the horse; feeding, worming, caring for the sick horse, saddlery, specialist care for the competition horse and running an efficient stable yard. Placing the emphasis on the adoption of correct stable procedures, this programme will benefit anyone who comes into contact with horses at every level within the BHS training standard.
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FORM: The DVD is all kind of hilarious because of its obvious origins as a mid-90s VHS transferred to DVD. Horrible synth-made MIDI music, painful-to-watch title cards and a square screen ratio are the most obvious symptoms. I'll be kind and won't mention the 90s haircuts and clothing. I mean, horse riding is horse riding after all. However I'm wondering how much the programs of the BHS have evolved since the 90s and therefore how up to date the information regarding the exam rules is.