Tag Archives: Egon von Neindorff

A Sack of Money …

A sack of money alone is not sufficient to create a rider. In fact, nothing contributes more to facilitating the riding horse’s overuse and increasing the demand for its replacement.  And so, the downward spiral of horsemanship is driven even … Continue reading

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Indefinite Art

Although talent is a gift from God, the true development of the artist is only through great introspection, diligent work, untold energy and enormous patience. Horsemanship is an art that does not live indefinitely through its creations (because horses die) … Continue reading

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Piaffe

It is clear that as an end in itself, the aim of [the piaffe] has been missed when practiced merely for the beauty of the dance-like steps. It is not pleasant to observe the absence of harmony between the stiff … Continue reading

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