Equestrian Book Review
101 Horsemanship and Equitation Patterns : A Western & English Ringside Guide for Practice & Show by Chery Hill, Cherry Hill, Richard Klimesh (Illustrator)
Learn the Moves That Make Judges Take Notice
Even if you don't compete, this ringside guide to the essential patterns for Western Horsemanship and English Equitation competition will sharpen your riding skills. Cherry Hill continues to provide the information riders need in easy, accessible format.
* Large Arena Maps provide easy reference from the saddle
* Pattern Help gives detailed instructions for each exercise
* Tip Boxes offer helpful hints and precautions
* Easy to hang, lies flat, simple to use!
About the Author
Cherry Hill is an internationally known instructor, horse trainer, breeder, and judge for several national breed organizations. She has taught university-level courses in horse management and training in the United States and Canada. Cherry has also written over 500 articles for numerous horse publications and gives seminars for horsemen and writers.
One of Cherry's recent books is Stablekeeping, a guide to creating a safe, healthy and efficient living environment for your horse. She has also written Trailering Your Horse, a helpful book on how to prepare for safe traveling. A concise, talented writer, Cherry has won numerous writing awards -- among the most recent include the First Place in Editorial Excellence in Service to the Reader from American Horse Publications in 1993, and the 1994 Journalism Award from The American Farmers Association.
This sequel to Cherry Hill's top-seller 101 Arena Exercises presents step-by-step instructions for unique patterns in the most popular classes of English and Western competition. The book's comb-bound format allows it to hang in the barn or lay flat on a barrel for easy reference. Full-page arena maps for every pattern make this the perfect in-the-saddle workbook for riders of all abilities