Susan Harris’ Horse Gaits, Balance and Movement was published last week and is available now. It is the essential guide to using the principles of good horse movement as the basis for riding and training.
Horses are born to move – a foal can walk, trop and gallop within hours of birth. But not all horses move equally well and the way a horse moves can have a real impact on how you ride. In Horse Gaits, Susan Harris presents more than 300 eye-opening drawings that show you exactly how horses move. She illustrates movement common to all horses, pinpoints movement problems, reveals how a human in the saddle affects a horse’s movement and helps you become a better, more accomplished rider.
Illustrated with 300 colour drawings that show exactly how horses move, illustrating movements common to all horses and pinpointing movement problems. Everything a rider needs to become better and more accomplished.
Horse Gaits focuses on what is common and natural to all breeds of horses, appeals to everyone involved with horses from riders, trainers and, even, competition judges.
‘It is … revolutionary and marvellously illustrated.’
Jilly Cooper, author of Riders
Find Horse Gaits here: http://bit.ly/2fi3fBk