After the fall

Meyer, Jennifer Forsberg
March 1998
Practical Horseman;Mar98, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p58
Part II. Offers three sample `comeback plans' from three hypothetical riders who have fallen and are now regaining confidence. Working on simple transitions from the halt to the walk and back; Reading books and articles, audits clinics, and observing trainers; Starting off trotting and cantering over a ground pole.


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