Progressive exercises over poles and simple fences, designed to improve suppleness and jumping skills in horse and rider. Chapters include trotting poles, simple grids, bounces, jumping on the angle and turning exercises.
About the Author
Jane Wallace rode many of the top show ponies of the 1960s, winning at all the major shows including the Horse of the Year Show and Dublin Show. In 1989 Jane won the Individual Silver Medal at the European Championships at Burghley and was ranked 3rd lady rider in the world. Jane was a highly regarded hunter judge, judging at the major shows including The Horse of the Year Show. She teaches and gives lectures/demonstrations in England and abroad.
Table of Contents
Introduction One pole on the ground Trotting poles Lungeing over trotting poles Canter poles on a circle Cantering over a samll fence Introducing a grid Trotting poles to cross-pole Cross-pole to parallel Trotting polkes to cross-pole to parallel Simple grid with vertical Simple grid with parallel Introducing bounces Double bounce to upight Bounces from canter Grid layout 1 Grid layout 2 Jumping on the angle Turnng excercise Two-fence exercise Final thoughts