If you love horses and want to begin riding, check a few of the best horse riding books. Horse riding books can show you proper technique and will tell you all you need to know about these beautiful animals. The best horse riding books are written in clear language and are a great choice for beginners and experts alike.
- "Complete Horse Riding Manual." If it pertains to horses, and it's not in the "Complete Horse Riding Manual," you probably don't need to know it. The horse riding book's author, William Micklem, is an expert in horses who has worked as a coach, has designed a special bridal and tours the world speaking about horses. His manual provides the reader with new ways to think about horse back riding and is a great tool for both absolute beginners and experienced rides.
- "Getting the Most From Riding Lessons." Horse riding lessons are expensive, and this book will help you get your money's worth. The book tells you how effectively communicate with your horse riding teacher to learn the most each lesson. It also shows you how to train and prepare for lessons when not on the horse.
- "Becoming an Effective Rider." This horse riding book has appeared in college level equestrian courses across the United States. It a great book for showing the rider how to balance the physical and the mental to become the best rider possible. Becoming mental aware of your riding skills and your body is an essential tool for preventing injury.
- "Horseback Riding for Dummies." Some newbie riders need horse riding books that speak directly to them, and "Horseback Riding for Dummies" does just that. The book assumes you're starting from square one and offers tips on choosing an instructor, how to pick a good stable and select your horse riding gear.
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