|SIZE:||235 x 165 mm|
|INSIDE:||100 black & white photographs|
One of the most effective ways of developing a horse's natural aptitude for jumping is through using gridwork, a logical system of training that increases the horse's confidence, encourages the development of good musculature, and improves the horse's accuracy, agility and technique.
This book demystifies the method and explains in a way that will enable anyone to develop a safe and effective training programme. There is practical instruction and advice on preparatory work, choosing equipment, building fences, calculating distances, and developing gridwork exercises; there is also an invaluable trouble-shooting chapter, which aims to identify the causes of any problems and suggests remedies.