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Riding Logic Hardcover – 8 Dec 1983
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25 September 2017
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This is a book recommended by a friend and I can't thank her enough. It may be an old volume but its lessons are as important and as applicable now as when it was written. There is so much information contained within about being in harmony with your horse, applying aids and riding in many different gaits inc jumping. I wish I had this when I first started out riding, I would have been a better rider, quicker, and enjoyed it more. Don't expect quick fixes, do expect valuable information that can take you and your horse a long long way together.
2 February 2009
This is one of the best written and most useful books on equitation available and it is frequently mentioned on the reading lists of later authors and referred to in their works. However, later editions are spoiled somewhat by the inclusion of newly incorporated 'illustrative' modern photographs which serve only to portray precisely the tensions Museler cautions against. (The front cover photograph of the fifth edition is a good example of this.) So go for the early editions which are readily available second hand.
26 May 2000
A very thorough approach to riding in the classical way. This book is useful as a reference for various ridden problems and for revising or looking up the aids for movements as well as a guide to training and riding generally.
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