Falling for Fallacies: Misleading Commonplace Notions of Dressage Riding - HB

Falling for Fallacies: Misleading Commonplace Notions of Dressage Riding - HB

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A critical analysis of modern dressage doctrines.
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ISBN: 97838612796931Format: Hard BackSeries: Technical and DressagePages: 160Author: Racinet, Jean-ClaudeAge Group: AdultSize: 24.5 x 27.5
1st Edition
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What does it really mean to drive the horse 'onto the bit'? Does a stronger application of the rider's aids really encourage the horse to place its hind legs further under it's body? ...

Jean-Claude Racinet subjects these and other commonly held assumptions regarding the anatomical and biomechanical aspects of horse riding to a critical analysis, and this context uncovers many wrongly-held beliefs that so far have never been questioned, either individually or as a system.

This book points a spotlight at the many doctrines and half-truths embedded in modern dressage riding. It will set the reader thinking and will make an important contribution to the current debate on the correct approach to dressage training.

Includes coloured & b/w illustrations and diagrams.

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