Anatomy in Motion 2: The Visible Rider - DVD

Anatomy in Motion 2: The Visible Rider - DVD


The mechanics behind rider position and the effectiveness of the aids.
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ISBN: DVAIMTVRFormat: NTSC DVDCountry of Origin: USAAuthor: Susan Harris & Peggy BrownPublisher: Trafalgar SquareDVD Region: All RegionAge Group: General
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Product Overview

A "Visible Rider" wearing a skeleton suit demonstrates how a rider's anatomy works in both English and Western riding.

This is the second DVD in the horse anatomy series. In DVD 1 an actual painted horse is used to show in living color how horses bones and muscles work on the move. Anatomy in Motion 1 includes slow-motion studies of walk trot canter; what creates good and poor movement; and how to help your horse move better.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Susan Harris & Peggy Brown

Susan E Harris is an international teacher, clinician, and author. She has taught, trained, coached and competed in hunters, jumpers, dressage, equitation, eventing, western pleasure & performance, saddle seat, and the pleasure and versatility breeds.

Peggy Brown is a Level IV Advanced Centered Riding and Driving Instructor and Clinician from Toledo, Ohio, who has trained horses and riders for over 25 years at her home and stable, Walnut Hill Farm. Her specialty is versatility training and helping people understand the better use of their bodies in riding and driving.

Peggy and her students have competed in most disciplines, including hunt seat, dressage, western, jumping, carriage driving, combined driving, draft driving, and versatility competitions at the 4-H, local, state and national level. Peggy and her students have won the North American Haflinger Versatility Championship several times. With her Haflinger mare Ulie, Peggy currently competes in ridden dressage (Second Level), driven Dressage and Combined Driving Events (Advanced Level), jumpers, hunters, western, trail, and speed events.

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