Tag Archives: Classical Dressage
The goal is to elevate the horse to a level of strength and elegance it would never reach on its own, improving Nature to the point of “Art”. Charles de Kunffy
Today’s post is by a guest author – Rhonda Scott, my mother. Enjoy. There has been a lot of chatter recently, throughout social media, regarding what is or isn’t Classical Dressage. All of the shouting brought back a single memory … Continue reading
I’m laying on my back fighting a cold. This is to be the weekend of a conference at my old trainer’s place, and I only hope that I am well enough to make the three hour drive tomorrow. I’ve been … Continue reading
I’m still making my way through Waldemar Seunig’s Horsemanship. I’ve been reading a lot of the old masters over the last couple of years, and I have to admit that Seunig is a bit of a slog compared to most. … Continue reading
I think Mark Z. and his crew have created a new algorithm for Facebook – a teaching algorithm. That is certainly how it felt this past week. It started with the news about horse sports getting worse than ever. Dressage, … Continue reading
This has been an interesting year. It did not go quite as planned – that’s life, at least for most of us (I have known a few whose lives go just as planned, or so they believe anyway). As it … Continue reading
It’s getting ugly out there, folks! The battle for who gets to claim and define Dressage is reaching a fever pitch of rancor, leaving the horses as the only casualties.