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The Visible Horse This fascinating video uses an actual painted horse to show in living color how horses' bones and muscles work on the move. It includes slow-motion studies of walk, trot, canter; what creates good and poor movement; and how to help your horse move better.
"Whether you are a seasoned horseman, an instructor, a rank beginner, or belong to 4-H or Pony Club, your time and money will not be wasted by this video." - California Thoroughbred
"Professionally done with good camera work and sound. A unique approach to explaining the ways in which horse and human anatomy interact and influence athletic ability." - Western Horseman
About the Author
Susan E. Harris is an international clinician, riding teacher, equestrian author and artist from Cortland, New York. She has taught all seats and styles of riding, and has trained, shown, and prepared horses and riders for competition in many equestrian disciplines, including hunters, jumpers, dressage, equitation, eventing, western pleasure and performance, saddle seat, and the pleasure and versatility breeds. Susan directed 5-H Acres School of Horsemanship, a nationally accredited riding instructor school for 10 years, taught college equine studies and physical education equitation courses, and has been active in training and establishing certification standards for American riding instructors since the l970′s. In 2004 she was honored as a Master Instructor by the American Riding Instructor Association.