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Natural Western Riding

A Horse of Course

"The new edition of Natural Western Riding is a must read for any rider," says Cecile Dunn, provost at Austin Educational Center in Weirsdale, Fl.
Dunn has been one of the nation's leading equine educators, having developed and directed equine science programs at three colleges, including Stevens College and Salem International. In addition to directing educational programs, Dunn continues as an active horse show judge on a national scale.
"For more than 25 years I have utilized the techniques found in this book for instructing the western seat of riding in my lesson programs at three major universities," she said.
The newest edition of Natural Western Riding by internationally known trainer/author Don Blazer includes a special section, Master Trail Courses, written by world class trainer Cathy Hanson. Blazer wrote the original book in 1978 and it quickly became the standard for western riding. The book details every weight shift, leg and rein cue for every western exercise.
Expanded text with more than 40 demonstration photos, the new book is a paperback of 157 pages. Excerpts from the book can be seen on the Internet at
"Following the guidelines found in this book will achieve the greatest degree of comfort both the rider and the horse, Dunn proclaims.
The book is currently in use by colleges as the text for riding courses.


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