Tag Archives: Nuno Oliveira

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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The horse becomes the artist

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

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What is Equestrian Art?

Equestrian art is the perfect understanding between the rider and his horse.  This harmony allows the horse to work without any contraction in his joints or in his muscles, permitting him to carry out all movements with mental and physical … Continue reading

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