Wednesday, 16 April 2014
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Understanding Canter
Learning to understand the canter, provides us with the basis to not only improve the canter and the rider at canter but also the basis to learning and improving the flying change.

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Hempfling: Myths Today and Yesterday
The beginning of a three part series on horses, myths and how the horse became the most important myth of all.
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Teaching Flying Lead Change
An easy way to teach the flying change both to the horse and the rider. Our training methods should also reflect the qualities that we want in that flying change.
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*Philippe Karl German Federation Petition Response
Philippe Karl wants to make a change. The German Federation responds.
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Philosophy of the Human Condition
A philosophical debate of the ecological versus the spiritual benefits of keeping a horse today in our modern world.

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How Could I Be So Wrong?
The sad quiet loneliness of one horse, the words of a new book and the deliberate play of two groups of horses, teach an experienced horsewomen how one more time she still had so much to learn.
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Dominique Barbier – Reflections on French Classical Dressage

In the light of current FEI dressage issues, Barbier believes that there is no longer any comparison between “classical dressage” and “modern [competitive] dressage”. “The pure meaning of ‘classical dressage’ no longer exists in the competitive dressage arena


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Hans Hollenbach: Empowering Riders
How joining the work of Erkhart and other masters can be joined together to the benefit of the horse.
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