Foreword.Preface.Chapter 1. Why Learn About Gaits, Balance and Movement?Chapter 2. Basic Structure and Anatomy.Chapter 3. How a Horse Moves: The Cycle of Movement.Chapter 4. The Gaits and Transitions.Chapter 5. Gait Qualities and Good Movement.Chapter 6. Balance and Movement.Chapter 7. Poor Movement.Chapter 8. Flexion, Bending and Lateral Movements.Chapter 9. Types of Movement.Chapter 10. Conformation and Movement.Chapter 11. Shoeing and Movement.Chapter 12. How the Rider Affects Movement.Chapter 13. Improving Your Horse's Movement-Some Practical Tips.Index.
Susan E. Harris is a renowned horsewoman author, artist and riding instructor who conducts Centered Riding clinics and "Anatomy in Motion" demonstrations in the United States, Europe and Australia. She contributes to Practical Horseman and is the author of six United States Pony Club guides as well as Grooming to Win, all from Howell Book House. Her Web site is anatomyinmotion.com.