The Chamberlin Reader: The Education and Writings of H.D. Chamberlin 1907-1942 edited by Warren C. Matha
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And a rich collection of rare photos including:
- Never-before-published photos of the Inter-Allied Games of 1919 where the Italian jumping performance causes American officers to question traditional principles
- Reprint of a rare French cavalry booklet that describes in photos the Cavalry School at Saumur published when Chamberlin studied there
- Photos of Tor di Quinto where Chamberlin astounded his teachers while evaluating the Italian jumping and training methods\
- Photos of the 1932 Olympics where the United States won its first Gold medals in Eventing and where Chamberlin won the Silver medal in Stadium Jumping
- Photos of the Chamberlin inspired methods of Ft. Riley.
The Chamberlin Reader describes the milestones in Harry Chamberlin’s career during which he created the foundation for what George H. Morris calls “The American Jumping Style” and establishes what James Wofford calls “a whole new system” for training horses and riders. This book is the companion volume to General Chamberlin: America’s Equestrian Genius and contains valuable insights into the art and science of riding and training horses.
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|Kategorie:||Parkur & všestrannost|
|Nakladatel:||Xenophon Press, 2020|