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Are you a fearful rider? Have you been searching for help in overcoming your fear so that you can finally achieve your horseback riding dreams? Or are you a riding instructor or horse trainer who struggles to convince fearful students that they can ride with confidence?

If so, Riding Fear Free can help.

Riding Fear Free goes beyond the traditional equitation and horse training advice and straight to the heart of the matter by addressing the true problem: Fear.

Learn how the scientific principles of fear extinction and memory replacement can be applied at the barn and under saddle so that you will never have another fearful ride.

Learn How to:
Rate Your Fear Level,
See the Reality of Your Situation,
Deal with Emotions, and
Replace Fear Memories.

Features
* Full-color photographs
* Illustrations
* Linked table of contents
* Online support discussion board

Editorial Review

Normally I don't read books like Riding Fear Free. It's not that I haven't had fear issues with riding, but I'm just not into self-help books. Once I started reading Riding Fear Free, I found that I didn't want to put it down! I was enlightened by the process, and it gave me new insight to what my clients go through. I have already incorporated some of the ideas in dealing with fearful clients. This book has amazing potential to help many people. Thank you, Laura and Jennifer, for putting this in writing. Because of your hard work and devotion to this project, many people will now experience the immeasurable benefit of a horse relationship that wasn't available to them before.
--Raye Lochert, Raye Lochert Horsemanship

 

About the Authors

Laura Daley is a professional horse trainer and registered Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) riding instructor. Laura's specialty is helping fearful riders overcome their fears. Using techniques she has developed over her lifetime of teaching, she has helped hundreds of once-fearful people become fear free. She combines the same conditioned-response methods she uses on horses with techniques that help riders accept and take control of their emotions in healthy and safe ways.

Jennifer Becton is the expert in being afraid. She is also an editor, publisher, and successful independent author.

 

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