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The Complete Guide to Endurance Riding and Competition (Anglais) Relié – 9 avril 1998

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First Star to the Right and Straight on Till Morning.... At the 90–mile vet check she sat in the middle of the road crying, claiming extreme illness and trying to avoid her nightmarish fears her horse would die of founder or colic, or anything. The last ten miles of trail stretched forever in her mind, black like licorice taffy. After a large measure of TLC from her patient and understanding crew, she and the gelding were out of the check and on the trail again. The entire universe shrank to center on the pair in the moonlight. Time stopped and the world faded into nothingness. They were running in a small, ever–changing pocket of existence, the rhythm of his hooves, the heartbeat of that universe. Ribbons and trail appeared before them and lost substance as they moved past. For the rider, clinging to the saddle, there was no thought, no pain, no emotion, only the instinctive drive to chase past each ribbon as it appeared. Suddenly her horse jumped sideways, eyes and ears frozen forward. Awakened from her trance, she oriented herself on his suspected woods troll, a familiar embankment that meant they were a half–mile from home. Easing him past the scary object, she sent the gelding on, clinging to his neck. As his soft lope swept them across the finish line, she wanted to laugh out loud or cry, but was unable to summon the strength for either. A few small tears trickled down her cheek, the only sign of the enormous pride she felt inside. Becky Huffman Endurance rider, wife, mother of two, and student of author Donna Snyder–Smith
The Howell Equestrian Library

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First Star to the Right and Straight on Till Morning.... At the 90–mile vet check she sat in the middle of the road crying, claiming extreme illness and trying to avoid her nightmarish fears her horse would die of founder or colic, or anything. The last ten miles of trail stretched forever in her mind, black like licorice taffy. After a large measure of TLC from her patient and understanding crew, she and the gelding were out of the check and on the trail again. The entire universe shrank to center on the pair in the moonlight. Time stopped and the world faded into nothingness. They were running in a small, ever–changing pocket of existence, the rhythm of his hooves, the heartbeat of that universe. Ribbons and trail appeared before them and lost substance as they moved past. For the rider, clinging to the saddle, there was no thought, no pain, no emotion, only the instinctive drive to chase past each ribbon as it appeared. Suddenly her horse jumped sideways, eyes and ears frozen forward. Awakened from her trance, she oriented herself on his suspected woods troll, a familiar embankment that meant they were a half–mile from home. Easing him past the scary object, she sent the gelding on, clinging to his neck. As his soft lope swept them across the finish line, she wanted to laugh out loud or cry, but was unable to summon the strength for either. A few small tears trickled down her cheek, the only sign of the enormous pride she felt inside. ?Becky Huffman Endurance rider, wife, mother of two, and student of author Donna Snyder–Smith
The Howell Equestrian Library

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Intro into Endurance Riding 10 novembre 2013
Par Janelle Lear - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a great book. Though somewhat dated and some of the information has changed over the years it is still a good basic book for someone looking to start endurance riding or just a good read for someone already involved. It isn't rocket science to do the sport but there are important areas to learn such as conditioning vs just blasting out on the trail; nutritional needs of the horse leading up to the competition, during, and after, plus the physical care of the horse, and how you should prepare. There are a lot of rules in place for endurance as well as competitive trail riding but are there for a good reason...experience being the best teacher.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Comments from an active endurance rider 27 mai 2014
Par Ainslie Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There is good material relating to the equitation based riding principles of endurance riding which is too often overlooked, but there are other books that deal better with conditioning, competing, management of your horse on an endurance ride and tactics.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not what I was expecting 31 juillet 2011
Par RIAM - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you are ready to enter an endurance competition, this book will be a very good tool to you, so that you'll know what to expect and what to take. If you are planning on start doing endurance with your horse and aren't sure of how to condition your horse, than this book isn't going to be the tool for that. I think that the writer should talk more about a training plan and on how to get a horse ready for his first competition.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Book, but Not Enough Detail For Beginners 9 juillet 2011
Par BigAl - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I liked this book, and I have found many important factors, including the big section on how to be a more balanced rider and the effect it has on your horse. But I feel like this book was more geared toward people who are in it to win it, and people who are going to do 100 mile races, rather than those who just want to cross the finish line in a 25 or 30 mile race. But overall, it was a very informative book.
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Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book, very informative.
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