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Baucher And The Ordinary Horseman

Author : Tom Widdicombe
ISBN : 9781291904246
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In the author's own words: 'In my life working with horses, I eventually came across two key discoveries that have had a major impact on my horsemanship. Firstly, when I experienced and understood 'feel' – I can't begin to imagine being with horses without some knowledge and understanding of this. And secondly, when I experienced and understood the freedom and balance that François Baucher studied and taught throughout his life. Working with horses knowing these things has been an absolute revelation for me. To truly understand the importance of feel, freedom and balance to the well-being of the horse is, I believe, as good as horsemanship can get.'

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Breaking And Riding

Author : James Fillis
ISBN : 0803269153
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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One of the most important works ever written on dressage, Breaking and Riding is essential reading for the serious dressage enthusiast. In this work, the result of a lifetime spent training horses, James Fillis (1834?1913) clearly explains his theories and methods, starting with the basics of breaking?lungeing, work in hand, and first mounting?and progressing to advanced work, including canter pirouette, tempi changes, piaffe, and passage. Throughout the work, Fillis always returns to his basic principle: The horse must be ?correctly balanced and light in forward movements and propulsion, in order that the rider may obtain the most powerful effects with the least exertion.? Fillis was an apprentice to a student of the legendary trainer Franöois Baucher. In this book, while expressing admiration for Baucher, Fillis also explains in detail the ways in which he believed Baucher was mistaken in some of his methods.

Hand Book On The Treatment Of The Horse

Author : Charles Wharton
ISBN : UCAL:$B277402
Genre : Horses
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Two Horsemen And Mabel

Author : Maxwell Fielding McTaggart
ISBN : WISC:89054837976
Genre : Horsemanship
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The Principles Of Horsemanship And Training Horses

Author : F. Baucher
ISBN : 9781446548868
Genre : Pets
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Originally published in France 1854 then translated into English in 1919 by John Swire. The author's methods are simple and practical. He treats a horse like a human being he maintains that the rider can only influence his mount by placing it in such a position that the movement desired is the only possible one, and then stimulating it the placing being made easy by specially graduated exercises which supple the horse's will as well as his muscles. Contents Include: New method of giving the Rider a good Seat. Control and Distribution of Energy. The Suppling Exercises. Suppling the Hindquarters. The Use of the Horse's Energy by the Rider. Concentration of the Horse's Energy by the Rider. The Canter. Jumping. The Piaffer. Scheme of Work. A Concise Explanation of the Method by means of Question and Answer. . Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

New Method Of Horsemanship Including The Breaking And Training Of Horses With Instructions For Obtaining A Good Seat

Author : F. Baucher
ISBN : 9781465514837
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The Age Of The Horse

Author : Susanna Forrest
ISBN : 9780857898999
Genre : History
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Man has always been fascinated by Equus caballus, recasting horse power into many forms: a hunk of meat, an industrial and agricultural machine, a luxury good, a cherished dancer, a comrade in arms and a symbol of a mythical past. From the wild tarpans sought by the Nazis to jade-laden treasure steeds in Ancient China, broken-down nags recycled into sausages and furniture stuffing, stallions that face fighting bulls and brewery horses that charmed the founder of the Sikh Empire, The Age of the Horse knits the history of the horse into that of humans, through revolution, war, social change and uneasy peace. It also uncovers new roles for the horse in the twenty-first century as a tool in the fight against climate change and as a therapist for soldiers damaged in unwinnable conflicts. In this captivating book, Susanna Forrest takes a journey through time and around the world, from the Mongolian steppes to a mirrored manège at Versailles, an elegant polo club in Beijing and a farm, a fort and an auction house in America, exploring the horse's crucial role and revealing how our culture and economy were generated, nourished and shaped by horse power and its gifts and limits.

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