When you get this Horse Riding For Beginners,
you'll discover...The two top reasons
why your child should be taught to ride by a riding school, rather than buy a pony. Harsh as it sounds, denying your child a pony of their own at the start can save you a whole lot of grief further down the line. Find out why...Five important questions
to consider if you eventually take the plunge and buy your own pony. Let's face it: Owning a horse is not something to be taken lightly - So answering these questions up-front will save you spending sleepless nights worrying if you've made the right decision...Livery costs uncovered.
If you don’t have space to keep the horse or pony at home, then the other usual option is to stable it at a livery yard. Find out the average costs so you can budget for it...The all important essentials
you need when buying your own horse. Find out about Tack, Vets, Insurance, Head Collar, Lead Rope, Numnah, Tack Box, Grooming Kit, Feed Buckets and Medical Items. We cover everything for you...
Why sharing a horse and costs with friends may not be a good idea
. There are great benefits with sharing a horse with others, but there are also many pitfalls. Weigh up the pros and cons in this section, plus read my own experiences of horse sharing...7 major advantages of choosing a riding school.
This is the most popular option for most beginner riders. Get all the 'insider' facts before deciding if this is the best choice for you…8 Critical Riding School Inspection tips.
Use these 8 questions as your very own inspection checklist. Go visit any riding school; if they tick all these boxes, then you can breathe easier...Parents vs. Instructors, who's in charge?
When your child starts at a riding school, it can be a fraught time for everyone. Here's how you should view the role of parents, instructors and children, so everything runs as smooth as a Swiss Watch...Equipment, Safety and Clothing.
Like any other activity, the Health and Safety of the child is paramount. We go through all the essential equipment in detail with nothing left out. Read this section, act on it, and you'll have everything covered...
Why taking time to understand the basic learning blocks
required to become a competent horse rider could be the best thing you ever do. Even if you have no intention of sitting on a horse yourself, it will definitely help you AND your child. Find out why...
Learning to jump and Competitions.
As your child progresses they may want to learn to jump and experience the thrills of competition. Here are the ins and outs you need to know in case you have a potential Olympic champion in the family...
Horse Riding For Beginners And much, much more...