Dressage in the French Tradition – Dom Diogo de Bragance
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Beyond revising the original 1976 text, Dom Diogo has added to this edition, a chapter on the specialized dressage for bullfighting, a form of horsemanship in which the horse, while flirting with the gravest danger, “offers us a breathtaking spectacle of beauty, precision, and brilliance.” Dressage in the French Tradition is a reference for the understanding of classical dressage in which the horse, ridden with the greatest impulsion and lightness, displays his maximum activity in response to the minimum effort of the rider. English translation by Michael L. M. Fletcher ofL’Équitation de Tradition Française, 2nd edition, Belin, Paris, 2005, a re-edited, corrected and augmented version of the book that was first published in France in 1976 by Odege. It has had numerous editions in Portugal, the homeland of the author.
|Nakladatel:||Xenophon Press, 2012|
|Rozměry:||15.2 x 1.2 x 22.9 cm|