Table of contents for Teaching safe horsemanship / by Jan Dawson.


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Revised Table of Contents: Teaching Safe Horsemanship, by Jan Dawson
Chapter 1: A Foundation for Teaching Safe Horsemanship (stet #)
Chapter 2: The Nature of the Horse: The Foundation of the Program (stet #)
Chapter 3: Qualities and Goals Of An Effective Instructor (former Ch. 4)
Ch. 4: Class Management Guidelines (former Ch. 6)
Ch. 5: Horsemanship Across Disciplines (former Ch. 3)
Ch. 6: The Foundation for Teaching Safely (former Ch. 8)
Ch. 7: Introducing Lessons and Plans: Establish Rider Balance (stet #)
Ch 8: Lesson Plans for the Trot (former Ch. 9)
Ch. 9: Introducing Canter Lessons (former Ch. 10)
Ch 10: Teaching High-Risk Activities (Former Ch. 11)
Ch. 11: The Safe School Horse (former Ch. 13)
Ch. 12: Control Issues: On The Trail and in the Arena  (stet #)
Ch. 13: Emergency and Stable Procedures (former Ch. 5)
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Horsemanship Study and teaching, Western riding Study and teaching