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horsemanship:

see equestrianismequestrianism,
art of riding and handling a horse. Horseback riding was practiced as far back as the Bronze Age and was thereafter adapted to commerce, industry, war, sport, and recreation.
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Horsemanship Radio is an online radio show (podcast) dedicated to the exploration of good horsemanship throughout the world.
The Parelli Programme was founded in 1981 by Pat Parelli, a former rodeo bronc rider and horse trainer based in the USA, and is focused on the study of horse behaviour and horsemanship skills.
Alison Johnson Horsemanship employs three people full-time and has grown its offering from natural horsemanship techniques, colloquially known as horse whispering, to western riding techniques and a structured horsemanship academy.
We specialize in therapeutic horsemanship for kids and adults, from ages 2 and up.
Dubai: In true horsemanship, it is never about how one rides.
The Supported Volunteer Programme aims to provide participants with practical horsemanship and equestrian knowledge, whilst increasing their life skills and experiences.
The Gallops of Oman is a unique test of horsemanship over 180 kms delivered by the Royal Cavalry.
See top class horsemanship, show-jumping and dressage competitions, leading international riders and marvellous equestrian displays, plus there's shopping galore with over 200 stalls in the Christmas Shopping Village.
It is going to be a great day out for the whole family and we hope people enjoy the fantastic horsemanship on show.
What is the value of fine horsemanship without a horse?
These values are reflected in the many activities that dominated life in the region: Horsemanship, falconry, hunting, fishing and the arts and crafts.