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Cross Country Made Easy - Made Easy #3

Jeanette A Garrett B.H.S.I.

Publisher: Jeanette Garrett B.H.S.I.

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Cross Country Made Easy - A Comprehensive Guide for the Cross Country Rider  is for all who are involved with horses. It is a handy tool for all ages and is an essential tool for Pony Club and equestrian coaches. We learn how to plan and build courses, jumping exercises, and a variety of training ideas to use at home or at Pony Club. Jeanette has drawn from her own eventing and competitive career. Her accolades include qualifying for Badminton Horse Trials and competing at Goodwood in the UK where she was appointed chief examiner for the British Horse Society, and operated several competition yards and riding schools. Later, in New Zealand she took up the role of National Coach for the NZ Pony Club Association. She is a BH.S.I. and an Equestrian Sports NZ Performance Coach & Coach Educator. 
  
 

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