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Barrel Racing 101

Author : Marlene Mcrae
ISBN : 9781461750031
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Few equestrian sports are more exciting than barrel racing, in which horse and rider carve a lightning-fast cloverleaf pattern around three barrels, then gallop down to the finish line. Time is measured in hundredths of seconds, and winners receive substantial prize money and the admiration and respect of fellow competitors and spectators alike. As thrilling as barrel racing is to watch, doing it is even more fun, as thousands of people are discovering every year. To help them--and you--get started, champion racer and internationally respected instructor and clinician Marlene McRae shares her program that has taken hundreds of her students to success in the arena, as well as to becoming educated horsemen and-women: * Selecting Your Champion Horse: Choosing a barrel-racing prospect based on conformation and temperament; finding a qualified veterinarian to help you assess the prospects. * Choosing and Using Equipment: Determining the right saddle, bridle (including bits), leg protection, and other tack to buy, as well as their proper fit and use. * Feeding and Nutrition: Establishing a basic commonsense feeding regimen for your horse; the role of supplements, as well as their possible misuse. * Shoeing and Foot Care: Proper foot care, with an emphasis on working with your farrier and veterinarian to avoid foot- and leg-related injuries. * Conditioning and Exercising: A comprehensive program for developing your horse's stamina and fitness, along with ways to avoid unsoundness problems. * Getting Started in the Barrel-Racing Patterns: How to set up the pattern correctly; techniques for training the horse, with an emphasis on rider position, balance, and using hands, legs, and voice as communication aids. * Competing: Locating entry-level local events, clubs, and associations; the "mental game of competing to stay focused; achieving teamwork with your horse." Barrel Racing 101 is the perfect textbook for the sport. Study it and use it, and you're bound to finish at the top of your class.

Barrel Racing

Author : Hal Garrison
ISBN : 9781538211014
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Experiencing the thrill of rodeo events like bull riding up close and personal is quite the thrill. The fastest rodeo event involves skilled people, talented horses, and barrels. Barrel racing is a fast-paced thrill ride unlike any other. Readers learn that barrel racing success depends on getting as close to the barrel as possible to ensure the fastest time. They learn about the history of the event, the role that women played in its early days, and how riders execute the cloverleaf pattern around the barrels.

101 Interesting Facts On The History Of Horse Racing

Author : Tony Byles
ISBN : 9781910295335
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Are you a fan of horse racing? Do the origins of this action-packed sport intrigue you? Would you like to find out more about the horses, riders and trainers involved in the famous races? If so, you are certain to enjoy 101 Interesting Facts on the History of Horse Racing. It's a chronological journey from the earliest days of racing. Read about racing before the days of the thoroughbred; the first recorders of racing; the mystery of the foundation stallions; the origin of grey horses; twins; the early bookmakers and other Turf personalities; the American Godolphin Arabian; the truth behind the origins of the Grand National and who was the real winner of the 1880 Derby. The answers can all be found in this informative new book along with many more fascinating facts about the history of racing. This book is packed with carefully researched, detailed information about all aspects of racing including famous runners, breeders, owners, jockeys and much more, so that you can’t fail to learn something new. This is a must-have book for anyone with an interest in racing.

Who Jinxed The C G Ranch

Author : Mary Ellen Erickson, PhD
ISBN : 9781440142178
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In the second volume of this exciting mystery series, the Haskell grandparents, Abby and Josh, take their four grandchildren and two friends to Medora in the beautiful North Dakota Badlands to help Aunt Gracie and Uncle Clyde run the C&G Ranch. But little do they know of the summer adventure that awaits! At first, life at the ranch couldn’t be better. Responsible thirteen-year-old Audrey becomes a good horse trainer while her twelve-year-old brother Denny and his friend, Randy, can’t stay out of trouble. Denny’s twin sister, sarcastic Jenny, and her eleven-year-old friend Missy learn to take care of each other. Enthusiastic eight-year-old Ty continues to be a source of fun and amazement. Together, the kids form the Peanut Butter Club. When Uncle Clyde tells the kids about the mysterious horse thieves that never leave a footprint or a fingerprint, the club springs into action. In their investigation, they meet a host of colorful characters including the suspicious Sheriff Rudolph, the rugged Rattlesnake Lenny, and the mysterious Black Knight. But who—or what—is jinxing the C&G Ranch? With good teamwork, true friendship, and a little help from the adults, the Peanut Butter Club is determined to solve the mystery and save the ranch from financial ruin before it’s too late!

Las Carreras Del Rodeo

Author : Lynn Stone
ISBN : 9781615908509
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Rodeo Barrel Racing Is Described In This Book. Readers Learn About Necessary Equipment And Techniques, Famous Riders, Animals, Records, Venues, And Championships.

101 Western Dressage Exercises For Horse Rider

Author : Jec Aristotle Ballou
ISBN : 9781603429214
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This series of Western Dressage exercises are designed to improve suppleness, balance in movement, and responsiveness. Each exercise has a specific goal in mind, and they are organized by different areas of focus: softness, looseness, rider development, engagement, adjustability, and ground work. With illustrated step-by-step instructions and full arena diagrams, you’ll quickly be on your way to mastering this exciting discipline.

What S What In Sports

Author : Reginald Bragonier
ISBN : UOM:39015015031670
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This visual glossary to more than one hundred international events defines terms and techniques, diagrams playing fields and courses, names parts of equipment, and describes the criteria for judging hundreds of events

101 Reining Tips

Author : Laren Sellers
ISBN : 159228860X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 78. 86 MB
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Invaluable advice for preparing horse and rider for competition

Official Gazette Of The United States Patent And Trademark Office

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ISBN : WISC:89096496740
Genre : Trademarks
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Barrel Racing

Author : Sharon Camarillo
ISBN : 0911647066
Genre : Barrel racing
File Size : 44. 87 MB
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