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The Natural Rider: A Right-Brain Approach to Riding

by Mary Wanless

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In a mind-over-matter approach, Wanless asserts that imagining one's body doing certain movements helps it to perform that way. She presents dismounted exercises to make the rider aware of how the body should feel in certain riding maneuvers, then tells the rider to remember the feeling while on the horse in order to achieve a better technique. ( )
  hooferridingclub | Sep 28, 2006 |
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