Denny Emerson, “One of the 50 Most Influential Horsemen of the 20th Century,” Launches New Blog HOW GOOD RIDERS GET GOOD

 

HOW GOOD RIDERS GET GOOD

 

Trafalgar Square Books is pleased to announce the launch of gold-medal-winning eventer and Tevis-Buckle-winning endurance rider Denny Emerson’s new blog: http://howgoodridersgetgood.wordpress.com/.

Based on the premise of his bestselling new book HOW GOOD RIDERS GET GOOD, Denny hopes that his blog will provide an online forum for riders from all disciplines—a place where riders, trainers, and coaches can meet, discuss, and square-off on hot topics, and a touchstone for progress in every part of life, with and without horses.

In his book, Denny shares what he sees as the necessary character traits for a rider to become good, and for a good rider to become great. In addition, 23 of the very best riders and trainers in the world—including Beezie Madden, Stacy Westfall, Anne Gribbons, and Clinton Anderson—explain their road to the top and the choices they made on the way there.

Now he invites YOU to tell your story. Did you “get good” or “get stuck” somewhere along the way? Are you a “wannabe” or a “gonnabe”? Check out his latest post, comment and share your opinion. Get feedback on where you are in your riding development from Denny himself. Agree? Disagree? These are discussions worth having. And if you want to GET GOOD, they are worth having RIGHT NOW.

Denny’s book HOW GOOD RIDERS GET GOOD is available now from the Trafalgar Square Books online bookstore http://www.horseandriderbooks.com/ (800.423.4525).

For more information about Denny Emerson’s new blog (http://howgoodridersgetgood.wordpress.com/) or his book, contact rdidier@sover.net.

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