An up-to-date guide for anyone setting out to build a showjumping course. Future course builders and instructors alike will find clear basic guidelines to follow in planning, building and overseeing the competition through to the end. Though the book is aimed at beginners in all types of competition, there is a special section on building course under Pony Club rules. A British Pony Club publication.
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Maureen Summers started show jumping in 1947 and rode everything from novices to Grade A - winning the Pro-Am with Nick Skelton at the Horse of the Year Show in 1983. She has built all types of courses, from very minor to FEI standard, at many different venues in the USA, Canada, East, Central and South Africa, the Middle East and Europre (including the Mediterranean Games in Athens). As well as working at Hickstead for twenty years she has designed courses for many other major British shows, including the Royal International and the Horse of the Year (the only woman to have done so). In recent years she has concentrated on designing for Horse Trails ( including Blenheim and the British Open at Gatcombe) and for Pony Club team competitions at these two events.
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Book Description The Pony Club/ Half Halt Press, Inc., 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0955337453
Book Description The Pony Club/ Half Halt Press, Inc., 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0955337453