Description - 101 Longeing and Long Lining Exercises by Cherry Hill
If you are like most people, you know what you want your horse to do and how you want him to behave. You want your training experiences to be safe and enjoyable for both you and your horse. But maybe you aren't sure what to do and when. In 101 Longeing and Long Lining Exercises you'll find complete ground training lesson plans from square 1 to square 101. Cherry Hill starts with basic in-hand and free longeing lessons, then takes you through the addition of a longe line, cavesson, bridle, surcingle, side reins, saddle, and long lines. You'll learn a wide variety of ground training exercises suitable for both English and Western horses. In-hand section: * Fancy footwork* Whip works* Pitching a wave* Turn on the forehand* Sidepass* Longeing section: * Stop, look, and listen* Outside turns* Inside turns* Whip talk Spirals* Wagon wheels* Bending tune-up* Contact and collection* Long lining section: * Long line lingo* Yin y ang* Figure-8* Serpentines* Backing* Cavalletti work* Trail obstacles Each of the exercises is laid out with a diagram, step-by-step instructions, and an explanation of its benefits. The exercises progress from the basic skills to more advanced ones, such as counter-canter and flying changes of lead. This book and its companion volume, Longeing and Long Lining the English and Western Horse: A Total Program, give you a solid foundation for helping your horse work in productive form.
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Author Biography - Cherry Hill
Cherry Hill has been training young horses for over thirty years. During ten years of instructing university horse training classes, she formulated the ground training program outlined in this book. She is the author of eighteen books on horse training, riding, and care, and in addition is a judge for several breed organizations. She and her husband, Richard Klimesh, live in Colorado with their seven horses, two dogs, and two cats.