Form Over Fences A Pictorial Critique of Jumping for the Junior Rider
by Jane M. Dillon
This is an important book in teaching good jumping form. Scores of specially taken photographs showing good, better and best forms in jumping, with authoritative critiques which explains why one jump is better than another. Its fun to cover up the text and see how you score against the experts.
1. Worth More Than A Thousands Words
2. Why Have Form?
3. A Close Look at Form
4. The Process of Learning to Jump in Good Style
Hard cover book in very good condition, dust jacket has wear and soiling. 132 pages loaded with B&W photos, one to two photos on most pages.
Copyright 1961, 1968 reprint