The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, & Judging
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Trafalgar Square Books is pleased to announce the publication of The Complete Guide to Hunter Seat Training, Showing, and Judging by Anna Jane White-Mullin. White-Mullin made her name succeeding as a junior rider, winning hunter and equitation championships at major shows up and down the East Coast, including the Maclay Finals. Now a respected “R” judge in the hunter, equitation, and jumper divisions, White-Mullin has taken her unique perspective as both ambitious competitor and discerning critic and developed the consummate guide to the sport she knows so well.
Based on her acclaimed and now out-of-print Winning, and complemented by the inclusion of the recently revised version of Judging Hunters and Hunter Seat Equitation (to date the only book of its kind, now completely re-photographed in full color), The Complete Guide offers instruction to horsemen of every level. Featuring a complete discussion of USEF tests, rules, and requirements, hundreds of gorgeous color photographs including today’s top riders at some of the nation’s most prestigious show barns, never before has such a complete text on these highly regarded disciplines been compiled.
ANNA JANE WHITE-MULLIN began riding when she was five years old, and was “discovered” by George Morris when she was eleven. Competing in major horse shows on the East Coast, Ms. White-Mullin won junior hunter and equitation championships at many noteworthy shows, including Ox Ridge, Fairfield, North Shore, Piping Rock, Harrisburg, Washington, Madison Square Garden, and the Florida Circuit shows. In 1971, coached by Ronnie Mutch, she won the Alfred B. Maclay Finals on her horse, Rivet, and was awarded a gold medal for winning twenty USET classes. After graduating from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, Ms. White-Mullin continued her equestrian activities as a Registered (Big “R”) judge in the hunter, hunter seat equitation, and jumper divisions. Ms. White-Mullin serves as a judge, clinician, and lecturer throughout the North and South American continents. She lives in Gadsden, Alabama, where she makes her home with her husband and two children on their farm, Bellerophon.
384 pp ∙ 8 ˝ x 10 ∙ 288 color photos, diagrams throughout ∙ 978 1 57076 408 0 ∙ $34.95 pb
To order contact: Trafalgar Square Books, Box 257, Howe Hill Road, N. Pomfret, VT 05053 800.423.4525 ∙ www.horseandriderbooks.com