Horse Trail Riding Safety and Etiquette

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An animal lover and healer, Kim Baker took her first pony ride at the age of four. She has several decades of understanding and knowledge in the ways of animals which drove her to seek a new career in horses after being laid off from Corporate IT in 2006. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona in 1998, and later received her Master's Degree in Integrated Sciences [Biology, Mathematics, and Computer Science] from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2005.

Writing for local and national magazines, as well as international online information sites, Kim is also the radio host of the "Kim Baker Show, " an internet talk radio show about the amazing connection between horses and humans. to listen.

Kim Baker is the founder of KB Natural Horsemanship: the most integrated horsemanship program available.

Horse Trail Riding Safety and Etiquette

Tips and Advice for Safe and Fun Trail Riding

Authored by Kim Baker

In Horse Trail Riding Safety & Etiquette you will learn how to be prepared to expect the unexpected out on the trail. You will learn what to do in bad weather, how to tell if your horse is overheated and how to cool him down. You will also learn how to be courteous to other trail users. Kim Baker has over a decade of trail riding experience. She is also an avid hiker and her husband is an avid mountain biker. Drawing on experience from the top three trail users (hikers, bikers and equestrians), Kim provides you with a wealth of knowledge, tools, and advice on how to have safe and fun horse trail riding experiences. Kim is a firm believer of cross-training horses and incorporates it into her natural horse training methods. She teaches horses how to negotiate trail obstacles and ride inside and outside the arena.

Publication Date:
1477663983 / 9781477663981
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Full Color
Related Categories:
Pets / Horses / Riding

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