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Initial Safety Lecture: The Nature of the Horse
The Expectation of Safety
Negligence and the Riding Instructor
The Riding Instructor
Why Do Riders Fall?
Maximizing the Riding Lesson
If You Could Teach Only One Skill ... What Would It Be?
Fatigue: Does it mark a hidden negligence?
The Quick Release Knot
Look the Gift Horse in the Mouth
AAHS to Introduce Secure Seat(sm)
AAHS Previews Secure Seat(sm) Method of Teaching
Secure Seat(sm) The Goal - Part III
Secure Seat(sm) Meets Academia
Riding for the Disabled
Harmony: The Litigation-Resistent Instructor
Harmony: Teaching Beginners to Ride
Harmony: My Students, My Teachers
Harmony: A Comfortable Horse Is a Safe Horse
Harmony: 2,400 Years Experience
Teaches Correct Seat a Must
Harmony: How Ever-changing Law Affects the Riding Instructor
Harmony: The Goal of a Lesson
Harmony: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced: Check One
Harmony: Instructor Responsibility: What About the Horse Show?
Harmony: Taking Pride in Beginners