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About the author:
Sharon Gates was born in Lucky Lake, Saskatchewan in 1944. Her mother was a school teacher/rancher; her father was a calf roper/rancher. Sharon has lived with horses all her life and turned to the horse business in the seventies to provide a living for herself and her three children. Wildwood Reining Horses is that business. Along the way, she wrote and published several horse training articles, poems, and anecdotal pieces. In 2010, she published her first book, A Life With Horses.
Sharon now resides in the Chilcotin region of British Columbia, where she breeds, trains and shows reining horses. She continues to write as time allows and recently has began a series of handbooks for reining horses. Stop Fixes is the second in this series.
Sixteen ways to improve sliding stops
Sharon Latimer, Tracey Eide, John Woods, Brenda Owen, Jordan Grier
Stop Fixes is a reference manual for riders of reining horses. Sixteen common sliding stop problems are listed with a clear explanation of each problem and detailed solutions. It is the goal of the author to give riders the tools to help their horses achieve a higher level of performance. If a rider does not have access to or cannot afford a coach, Stop Fixes can help. A Kindle edition of Stop Fixes is also available for immediate response in the arena or at a show.
Several photos are included and a quick reference included for ease of use.
Stop Fixes is the second of a series of Handbooks for Reiners. The first of the series, Spin Fixes, was released in February 2013.
- Publication Date:
- 1494830728 / 9781494830724
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Full Color
- Related Categories:
- Sports & Recreation / Equestrian