|Titre :||Sport Horse Soundness and Performance : Training Advice for Dressage, Show Jumping and Event Horses by Champion Riders, Equine Scientists and Vets|
|Auteurs :||Cecilia Lönnell, Auteur ; George H. Morris, Préfacier, etc.|
|Type de document :||texte imprimé|
|Editeur :||Kenilworth Press, 2017|
|Format :||191 p.|
|Classement équitation :||111.0|
EquivocAlimentation Du Cheval De Sport ; Anatomie ; Cheval De Sport ; Compétition ; Complément Alimentaire ; Dopage ; Équitation et sports équestres ; Lésion ; Performance ; Relation Homme-Animal
THERE ARE MANY BOOKS AND DVDS devoted to the technical training of horse and rider - how to perform movements correctly, clear obstacles, communicate efficiently, and in other ways attain the idealized image of an athletic partnership that results in competitive success. But this book is different: its focus is how the rider and trainer can make it easier for the horse to perform optimally. This includes improved understanding of what are reasonable expectations for a particular horse at a certain level of schooling, how to improve his fitness (including strength and conditioning), as well as background on how injuries may develop as a result of interaction between internal and external factors, such as genetics, conformation, management, and training.
Relying on her veterinary background, in-depth research, and dozens of interviews with top riders and trainers from around the world - including Beezie Madden, Carl Hester, and Pippa Funnell, to name just a few - Lonnell provides guidelines for nurturing a happy, healthy equine athlete. With special focus on conscientious pacing when building the horse's physical capability over time, diversification of schooling practices, detail-oriented management and care, and putting the horse's needs above competitive ambition, readers are given a solid grasp of what it takes to truly reach the pinnacle of equestrian sport - and remain there - on a consistent basis. Throughout, gorgeous colour photographs of world-class horses and the people who work with them visually demonstrate the success of these methods.
|Note de contenu :||
1 Background - why this book ?
2 The horse's body - anatomy and function
3 Preventing injury
4 The right horse - are you a good match ?
5 Allow your horse time
6 Your responsibilities as a rider
7 Feeding, supplements and water
8 Riding surfaces - vary where you ride
10 Competition plans and travel
11 Supplemen,ts, medication and doping
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