Equestrian Schools Comparison Essay by writingsensation

Equestrian Schools
A description of various types of equestrian schools that are available.
# 75291 | 2,589 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 10, 2006 in Education (Physical) , Sport (General)


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Description:

The purpose of this discussion is to investigate equestrian schools and academies around the world - including state and military schools, residence schools, colleges, clinics and weekly programs. The paper discusses both advantages and disadvantages of the various programs and schools.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
State and Military Equestrian Schools
Schools
Resident Schools
Colleges
Clinics and Weekly Instructions
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The student riders are assigned to young stallions for training. This training encompasses all of the manoeuvres of the haute ecole (The Training Programme). In addition the student rider must demonstrate the ability to partake in the Spanish Riding School's performances (The Training Programme). The student rider and the horse complete training within five years (The Training Programme). Completion of the training qualifies the Student Rider as a fully-fledged Rider at the Spanish Riding School (The Training Programme)."

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