Analyzed by an expert and accompanied by many practical examples,
the ancient secrets of classical riding are presented here in a
modern way Classical riding, in essence, is correct riding. It is
how one should ride every time they get on a horse, and includes
not just knowing how to ride, but all around knowledge of the horse
as a species. Here, a thorough examination of classical riding is
presented through accessible modern day examples. It also includes
almost forgotten, yet essential, riding methods--such as the
Bugeltritt (the position of the rider's foot in the stirrup) or
ridden work with a cavesson. Other concepts include the aims of
dressage; the system's essential gymnastic building blocks;
breaking down blockades; essential riding skills such as sitting,
feeling, and thinking; and the network of aids.
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