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"That'?s the Spaniard horse" Juan Llamas. An extensive guideline for conformity, story, etc. ¿½ Excellent illustration that contrasts and compares breeding characteristics. ? An absolute must for the pupil of the pure Spaniard horse. By Dr. Deb Bennett, Ph.D. In a unique 432-page book, Bennett has attacked one of the greatest tales in global time.
Conqueror recounts the history of equestrian riding, a history not only of the cowboy, but also of indigenous people; Mongolian Huns, Berber fighters, Spaniards Konquistadors, American patriots and Charlesians. This all contributes to the emergence of the New World' s uniquely diverse horse cultures: This is a book that is bewitching, intriguing and simple to read - a gem among horse books.
"Lady Sylvia Loch. The Royal Horse of Europe." This is a well investigated work about the breeding of the horse of the Magi by Juan Carlos Altamirano. Proceedings to create the whole blood moral of Spain; documented proofs indicate that the horse is the result of a genetical research carried out in 1567 by King Philip II in Cordoba by Juan Carlos Altamirano.
Extensively documentary work with exceptionally fine photos questions the long established sagas and sagas around the race's birth. From Juan Carlos Altamiranoï¿Â Research on the basis of official administrative and Carthusian monks documentation by Jerez de la Frontera from the period when they began horse breeding until the end of their order in the nineteenth cenury.
½ The PRE story from 1800 to the present time. It presents the story of the Royal School, established in May 1973, the first show of the show in the Gonz?lez Hontoria Park of Jerez de la Frontera until today. Describing the conditions that lead to the establishment of "doma vaquera" and the Hispanic Riding School, he stresses the importance of the establishment of the Hispanic horse for equestrian academics.
Storefront of the amazing Miguel Angel C?rdenas of Ecija, Spain, one of the most prestigious breeder of the Spaniard horse in the whole wide range. Authoritatively, this volume explains what has been learnt in 80 years of working with Andalusian horses: the horse, its education, the riding arts, the bullfight and its great personalities; the joneo, the fields and live.
The text is in italian. Life and work with THE HORSE OF SPAINby Peter Maddison & Linda Lake. They look at the story of the horse, its breed, its conformation, character and tradition of "la voma aquera, la garrocha y la rejoneo", but also at the real skill of classic horse riding, "la voma clasica".
Featuring both riding and practical work, the guide looks at the exhibition ring, the right saddler's workshop and the right suit, and teaches the readers the arts of cutting, braiding and finishing according to Hispanic tradition. It is a festival of the Spaniard Horse, characterised by a breathtaking choice of photos.
Nowo Oliveira has been described as one of the last great world champions of horse backs, and this important work offers the possibility of studying a champion at work. Much of his own character and his own philosophical approach is revealed in his work. The writer investigates and clarifies classic technique with clearness and luminosity.
The whole textbook focuses on ease and balance, the whole reflects a profound affection and esteem for the horse. It is a beautiful guide to the education of three youngsters, from their first lessons to the performance of classic songs at the tender nine. Every one of the three horse in this volume has different personality and skills, prompting the writer to take advantage of his extensive riding expertise to emphasize particular facets of communications and techniques.
Henriquet, a long-time boyfriend and student of the deceased Nuno Oliveira, explained and applied his most useful lessons as well as those of La Gueriniere, Steinbrecht, Baucher and de Kerbrech, making this novel a satisfying and informative publication for anyone working in the real classic world. Sylvia Loch's The Art of Classic riding.
Sylvia Loch retraces in this main work the colourful and extremely refined traditional of classic horse backwriting, from its early beginnings in the Xenophon era to the baroque splendour of equestrian sport in the 17th centuries in Germany and Austria-Hungary to its later heyday in France, Spain, Portugal and England. Sylvia' s work is a fervent appeal for the continuation of the classic masterpieces.
This is a "must" for every serious lover of contemporary horse training and horse trekking. A must have for those who want to know exactly what their horse thinks when it is in the saddle. What is this? A lot of horsemen know the tools of tradition, but are not aware of the bio-mechanical reasons for doing things for the horse's sakes.
Emphasizing the powers that affect the horse as it travels, the writer de-mystifies the outlines, commitment, and help ers of lightweight. Warped truths of Philippe Karl's contemporary training. Philippe Karl, one of the most blunt critic of the contemporary equestrian scene, unveils in this volume some unsettling facts about the bodily, anatomic and spiritual impact of the Deutsche Pferdegesellschaft's formal horse training policy on the horse.
¿½ If he compares these with the philosophy of classic horse riders such as La Gueriniere and Baucher, he shows possible answers to the challenges of contemporary training. It examines the main issues of contemporary dressage: bodily issues, straightforwardness, equilibrium, exercise. Discusses the impact of contemporary training, horse training and economics.
He proposes a classic alternative: the philosophies of "lightness". Portuguese Horsemanship Escola Portuguesa de Arte EquestreExcellent presentations with technical papers on the story and importance of the Portuguese Horsemanship Escola and Equestre Escola Portuguesa de Arte Equestre and Italian Horsemen. Attractive photographs of horse, facility and rider from the period show a classic picture of this important riding facility.
English and Hispanic text. It is a professionally edited version of "Cavalo Lusitano - Filho do Vento". Offering the most striking visual depiction of Ibérican horse, especially the Lusitano, this stylish table-top hardback is the most visually stunning of all books. More than 200 unbelievable photographs and colour printings tell the story and traditions of the Lusitanian horse.
There is also a photographic gallery showing the unbelievable diversity of the Lusitan horse, in riding, show jump ers, training, pureing (doma vaquera) and of course as a rejoneador's horse in bullfighting from the horse. by Paulo Gaviao Gonzaga. It is a manuscript of the horse's origins in Europe, Asia and North Africa, especially in the Spanish part of the world.
He is concerned with the bewilderment of the species and races of horse. It discusses the impact of the Ibérico horse in Africa and its relation to Barb and Arabian horse. It concludes with an outline of the distribution of horseback riding on the Ibérican Penninsula in early history.
Twenty-five years after the dedication of the Aztec horse El Caballo de Raza Azteca, this wonderful horse race at last has its final novel in English and Hispanic. ¿½ In cooperation with the founding fathers, growers, vets, historians, performers and the Mexico Azteca breeders Association, Octavio Colmenares Vargas has published this unique art and information work.
½ Aztec horse story, race standard, eligibility requirements, spirit, education, achievement and skill. It presents the Aztec horse as the highlight of Mexico's rich historical, cultural and traditional heritage. Trailblazing horse books and videos about how an imaginative imagery can help build confidence and balance between horse and human.
Domination without penalty, collecting without constraint - these seeming inconsistencies are declared when Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling is teaching his intriguing horse education methods. His work with the horse is compared to dance, in which two beings mutually recite the text of their bodies?s in order to move in perfect balance. It claims that when a horse is effectively communicated, it retains all its innate charm and refinement when it is ridden.
Robert Miller DVM & Rick Lamb's EVOLUTION IN HORSEMANSHIP There is a shift in the way we deal with our horses: They describe how the horse's brain works, how the horse learns and how the great riders of yesterday and today's method of psychology train the remainder of us to obtain exceptional results not only with our own horse but also with ourselves.
Vavra's Classic Book of HorsesThis Vavra Classic celebrates the best of Vavra's photography, followed by tales of intriguing horse and the men, woman and kids they like.