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Do you live in North America? If yes, then read the note below.

This is a PAL DVD intended for use in PAL territories including the UK, Europeon countries and Australasia only. If you live in North America an NTSC version of this DVD is currently in production will be available direct from Trafalgar Square Books ( )


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About the DVD

In this DVD, based on her bestselling Horse Agility Handbook (published by Trafalgar Square Books), Vanessa Bee guides the viewer through her proven step by step method to get really good at this exciting and growing sport.

Starting with the horse on a lead rope, Vanessa shows the viewer how to safely work towards letting the horse go free over obstacles, in an open space and to compete internationally.

DVD Information

Running Time: 95 minutes approx.

Colour: PAL

Region: 0 (Free)

Disc Format: DVD5

Watch the DVD Trailer below


"At your direction - and without a lead rope - a free horse jumps through a hoop in an open field. It sounds impossible, doesn’t it? Up until a couple of years ago I would have thought so too, but now I can direct my horse round an obstacle course with jumps, tunnels and weaving poles just like in Dog Agility. And the great thing is that it’s possible to teach other people and their horses to do it too!"

Vanessa Bee, Founder of The International Horse Agility Club

About the Book

Author: Vanessa Bee, Founder of the International Horse Agility Club
Format: Paperback
Pages: 192
Illustrations: 200 color photos
ISBN: 978-1-57076-488-2

Get a sneak peak of the book contents here.

The Horse Agility Handbook starts right at the beginning explaining WHAT makes a horse the animal that he is, WHY he behaves differently from humans, and HOW to get his attention before starting training over agility obstacles. Respecting him for being a horse but keeping safety in mind at all times, the attitude of the handler and how to change the attitude of the horse is discussed, as is being patient and giving the horse TIME to learn.