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The Brand New DVD from The International Horse Agility Club
Horse Agility: A step-by-step introduction to the sport is the brand new DVD from author of the best selling Horse Agility Handbook, Vanessa Bee. Filmed on location at Horse Agility HQ in Devon, England and on Clare Island in the West of Ireland, Vanessa will show you, through 90 minutes of demonstrations, tips and advice, how to get really good at this fast and exciting sport.
You'll also meet some of the Horses and Ponies which inspired the creation of the International Horse Agility Club in 2010. Make sure you watch the teaser trailer on YouTube http://youtu.be/QZzCL7V5LLg?hd=1
I'm live in North America, where do I get a copy from?
Trafalgar Square Books (http://www.horseandriderbooks.com) will distribute the NTSC version of the DVD for the USA and Canada. The North American version of the DVD is currently in production and should be available from Trafalgar Square Books (http://www.horseandriderbooks.com) early in the New Year.
When will the DVD be shipped?
Immediately, we recommend you order as soon as possible to guarantee deliver by Christmas .
How much is the DVD?
The DVD is £18.95 plus postage and packaging.
How long is the DVD?
Just over 90 minutes of jam packed information.
Where can I get it?
You can pre-order the PAL version of the DVD which is compatible with the UK, Europe and Australasia from the club shop http://shop.thehorseagilityclub.com
DVD Chapter Listing
- Welcome to Horse Agility
- General Equipment
- Horse And Handler Attitude
- Catching and Releasing
- Room To Move
- Beginning Horse Agility
- Is The Horse Happy to Play?
- How to Support the Horse When He Is Unsure Or Afraid
- Working Free
- Stopping Your Horse Eating
- Introducing Obstacles
- Horse Agility Obstacles
What are people saying?
Doug bought me the DVD for Christmas and I watched it right through last night. Fantastic, it really is. There were so many things that I'd thought I understood but seeing Vanessa do them with Secret really showed me where I've been going wrong. I tried a couple of simple things with Jack this evening and despite the howling gale and many distractions he did them perfectly. I could almost hear his sigh of relief...'at last, the human knows how to ask' - Sue, UK