5 edition of Teaching the child rider found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Child rider.|
|Statement||by Pamela Roberts.|
|LC Classifications||SF310.5 .R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p., leaf of plate,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||77370644|
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Teaching the Child Rider [Pamela Roberts] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This essential guide for students, instructors, and parents offers a wealth of information and advice on how to teach the young rider. Now completely revised and updated, this essential guide for students, instructors, and parents offers a wealth of information and advice on how to teach the young rider in the manege, over jumps, at rallies, and out hacking.
The emphasis is on safety throughout, and exercises and games designed to build confidence and ability are included. She is the favorite teacher you had when you were a kid. The exercises are classics: touching toes or turning across the ring in a group.
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Book Overview Designed to help students, instructors and parents alike, this book offers advice and information on teaching the young rider. It covers the menage, jumps and rallies - mounted and dismounted - with exercises and games included to build confidence and ability.
Designed to help students, instructors and parents alike, this book offers advice and information on teaching the young rider. It covers the menage, jumps and rallies - mounted and dismounted - with exercises and games included to build confidence and ability.
Teaching The Child Rider Pamela Roberts Ref: ALL Price: £ This book is published in association with the ABRS, will prove invaluable to anyone concerned with the instruction and safety of young riders.
An experienced instructor, she studied at a number of well-known riding establishments and served for many years as a Grade Test examiner and Prix Caprilli judge. Teaching children to ride has always been her particular interest, and she has specialized in this area for many years.
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I am a PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (CTRI). In addition to basic teaching techniques, the book looks at how to plan group and private lessons, coaching techniques for different learning styles, safety and risk assessment, child protection issues, and on-the-job problem solving.
So that is the reason, I don´t teach with clipboard. Horses got different days, so does riders, they just don´t go with plan that I have made. I teach things that rides and a horse needs right in that moment.
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