This is the 51st "Threshold Picture Guide" where Perry Wood gives much needed advice on common riding problems. It gives practical tips on how to improve your horse's behaviour under saddle, making him safer to ride and a pleasure to own. Subjects covered include bucking, rearing, head-tossing, shying, jogging, bolting, napping, refusing to jump, nose poking, difficult to mount, hard-mouthed, overexcited and inattentive to the rider.
Perry Wood has spent a considerable number of years developing his unique approach to training horses and riders. His philosophy is one of empathy and understanding towards the horse, lightness and communication, self-awareness in body and mind, classical principles and real results. He lives on Exmoor where he teaches Real Riding, breeds and trains horses.