This clear, concise manual presents the fundamentals of hunter-seat riding, from the novice rider's first lesson up to the basics of jumping, as taught by one of the most successful and respected trainers of all time. George H. Morris' "Teaches Beginners to Ride" is an essential volume for any novice rider. It focuses on the author's internationally acclaimed system of exercises that promotes proper saddle posture while also correcting any discrepancies in form and control.
George H. Morris was trainer to the U.S. Equestrian teams of the 1950's and 60's. He has trained more hunter/jumper champions - including Olympic show-jumpers - than any other trainer. Practical Horseman magazine has named him Horseman of the Century.