Home HG Volume 07 HG Issue 28 – Fall 2016 Teaching the Novice Rider with Chris Sobenes

Teaching the Novice Rider with Chris Sobenes


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 28

Learning to ride as an adult can present the student and the instructor with a variety of unique challenges. Chris Sobenes demonstrates how you can start an adult novice rider off right from the beginning, teaching horsemanship concepts on a safe and fun way. This segment will be helpful both for an instructor and a novice rider as well.

The original length of this clip is 59 minutes 38 seconds

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