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Long Distance Riding – Training Guide for Competitive & Endurance Trail Riding by Miscellaneous


Long Distance Riding – Training Guide for Competitive & Endurance Trail Riding
Miscellaneous

Long distance riding offers the ultimate physical challenge to both horse and rider, whether performed for timed competitive trail rides or grueling endurance races. Now you and your horse can learn to meet this challenge, with the help of three experts in the field.

Matthew Mackay-Smith, D.V.M., fondly known as the father of Equine Sports Medicine, is a seasoned competitor and ride veterinarian, in addition to holding the post of Medical Editor for “Equus” magazine. Colleague Dane Frazier, D.V.M., also appears in this video seminar. Dr. Frazier is not only an established expert ride veterinarian and competitor, but he also serves on the vet committee at the International Level of the FEI. Also featured is Four Time National Champion and International Rider, Darolyn Butler, who is involved extensively with endurance riding, training and research. At 30,000 Miles of active competition, Darolyn and the two riding veterinarians, share with you their successful techniques for preparing a horse to excel in long distance competition.

You’ll see how to select the potential long distance horse, and what types of tack are available. This is an excellent review of the fundamentals of distance riding, with tips on how to improve your performance. And a comprehensive guide on how to tailor a conditioning program to fit your horse, including respiration/pulse monitoring and mileage charts. “Long Distance Riding” will teach you and your horse how to go the distance!


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