Teaching Jumping – Jane Houghton Brown
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction; 2. The evolution of modern jumping; 3. The biomechanics of jum ping; 4. Psychology of horse and rider; 5. Teaching the novice rider; 6. Developing the rider; 7. Cross-country training; 8. Riding a course - introducing the rider to XC; 9. Cross-country jumps; 10. Advanced development of the rider; 11. The novice horse: development on the flat; 12. The novice horse: loose jumping and lungeing; 13. Developing athletic jumping; 14. Going to a show; 15. Equipment; 16. Competition riding; 17. Teaching for examinations.
* Jane Houghton Brown is ideally qualified to write this book. She is Chairman of the British Horse Society Training and Education Committee and was formerly a very successful, top level show jumper * teaching is an important part of several BHS examinations from preliminary to advanced. About 14000 people take BHS examinations every year * teaching jumping is difficult, yet has to be mastered by all teachers who wish to become qualified * with sympathetic and structured training, all riders should achieve their potential as jumpers * demand for a textbook which sets out modern techniques. Other titles are dated, do not follow the new syllabi and concentrate on teaching the horse, not the rider * demand for a practical manual for the training of both horse and rider at all levels * emphasises the importance of the relationship between the horse and rider as a key factor to success * 150 half-tone and line illustrations