Breaking and Riding: With Military Commentaries

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A guide to riding and training the dressage horse in the classical style, first published in 1902.

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Dec 19, 2008

Better Than Helen Crabtree

I ride saddleseat, but picked this book up because it looked interesting. I don't know what dressage riders will think, but it is an AWESOME saddleseat book. It could be re-titled " How to ride a Saddlebred" I would recommend it for anyone who rides Arabs, Morgans, Saddlebreds, etc. saddleseat. The dressage stuff like the Passage, Piaffe, etc. is interesting too. You can't go wrong with a book that will tell you how to canter in place.

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