Equestrian Books

EQUESTRIAN AUTHOR DEBBY LUSH

This is the real world me – Dressage rider, trainer, judge and author.

You can find out more about this side of me at my equestrian website:

http://www.downshep.com/debbylush/

And here are my current books with their Amazon sale links

THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF TRAINING

518VVGnJGmL__AA160_To develop a harmonious partnership with your horse, whether you have ambitions in the competition arena or not, you need to develop a two-way communication system that is clear to both of you.

In “The Building Blocks of Training“, Debby Lush, international dressage rider and senior instructor at the Training the Teachers of Tomorrow Trust, offers practical assistance in developing such a system, a progressive and logical one that is firmly rooted in classical training.

The ultimate aim is to enhance the horse’s mental and physical capabilities and so allow him to move easily and happily forward from the earliest simple steps to the more complicated efforts required further up the competition ladder.

With step-by-step guides to every aspect of schooling from lungeing to lengthening (touching on the foundations to move on to the more advanced movements), and with troubleshooting sections to identify why things are going wrong and how to solve them, this book will be invaluable to countless horse and rider partnerships.

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THE SUCCESSFUL DRESSAGE COMPETITOR

51mYJ93LQJL__AA160_Are your dressage scores as high as you expect them to be? Are you good at riding, but not so good at competing?

This book offers coaching on all aspects of preparing for and riding in dressage tests up to Medium level. There are instructions on how to ride all the test movements correctly, along with advice on the practical matters of choosing when and where to compete, learning and practising tests, having your horse and all your equipment organised, and then having a clear routine to follow once you arrive at the show.

Best of all, the author explains how to master the art of competing, including presenting your horse in such a way that any training issues are not obvious to the eye – especially that of the judge.

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  1. […] a fun, interesting read and I couldn’t put it down. Debbie is also a dressage trainer and wrote The Building Blocks of Training. I answered four questions about how I write my stories. Please visit Debbie’s post too by […]

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