Degree Granting Department
Child and Family Studies
Athletic Performance, Feedback, Horseback Riding, Sports, Video Feedback
This study used video feedback to improve the horseback riding skills of advanced beginner riders. The study focused on three skill sets, those used in jumping over obstacles, dressage riding on the flat, and jumping position riding on the flat. Baseline consisted of standard lesson procedures. Intervention consisted of video feedback in which a recorded attempt at the target behaviors was immediately shown to the rider and the instructor. The rider and instructor reviewed the video while the instructor delivered feedback. Target behaviors were scored according to checklists that correspond to each skill. For all participants, video feedback increased their correct riding skills.
Scholar Commons Citation
Kelley, Heather, "Using Video Feedback to Improve Horseback Riding Skills" (2014). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.