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Teach Your Horse To Jump
Wendy Froud
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Teach Your Horse To Jump

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Sep 11, 2013 Dark-Draco rated it liked it
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I was really looking forward to reading this, as I have a young horse that I want to start jumping in the spring, but I ended up a little bit disappointed. It was an easy read and well-written, but I thought it would go a bit more in depth, maybe dealing with problems or suggesting exercises to improve performance. Instead, it is quite basic and the exercises it offers seemed very run-of-the-mill and obvious to me. I didn't really learn a lot, but I did enjoy having a recap. It did make me laugh ...more
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Wendy Froud has been a doll maker since the age of five. As soon as she could bend a pipe cleaner and tape bits of fabric together she began to make the kind of dolls she couldn't buy. Dolls of centaurs and satyrs, unicorns and faeries, all to populated her childhood world. She continues to do so to this day.

Wendy worked as sculptor and puppet builder for Jim Henson for many years, primarily on
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