We're delighted to announce that we'll be taking part in the Attingham Trust Study Programme, "The Horse and the Country House," in England in September. Watch this space for a forthcoming selection of books related to this theme.

Falling for Fallacies: Misleading Commonplace Notions of Dressage [&c]
Racinet, Jean-Claude

Racinet, Jean-Claude. Falling for Fallacies: Misleading Commonplace Notions of Dressage Riding. Cadmos Books 2009. 160p, many color drawings and diagrams. New hardcover in d.j. ** Racinet challenges 20 dressage "fallacies:" that engagement of the hind legs will always lighten the front end, that lifting a horse's neck is bound to hollow his back, that the horse should be bent by the rider's inside leg, that shoulder-in should be on three tracks, that the reverse pirouette sets the horse on the shoulders, and more. (Item ID: 14288)

$49.95

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