Tag Archives: classical equitation

Principle above technique

If there is one thing that can stir horse people up, it’s a discussion on technique.  I don’t care what discipline you are in, as soon as you start to discuss technique or method, opinions are strong, and dismissals frequent.  … Continue reading

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Seunig on walk

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

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Sylvia Loch

I recently ran across a series of videos of Sylvia Loch giving a talk and lesson on classical training methods.  She covers a range of concepts in an easy to follow manner.  The first and last are short, but the … Continue reading

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Ecole Portugaise d’Art Equestre – Long Reins

I ran across this video of a now rarely practiced form of classical Dressage performance. If you are not completely impressed by the time, training and communication it takes to do this, then you still have a lot to learn about … Continue reading

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