Gallop to Freedom : Training Horses with Our Six Golden Principles
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Yayıncı Trafalgar Square ( 04 / 2015 ) ISBN 9781570767258 | Büyük boy | 21,08x25,65x1,78 cm. | İngilizce | 192 Sayfa | Türler Spor
When Cavalia--the amazing equestrian-themed "spectacular," melding costumes and theatrics with stunt riding and haute ecole--first took North America by storm, few people knew who Frederic Pignon and Magali Delgado were. But the whole world was soon abuzz with talk of the magical display these two remarkable individuals provided their audience--whether horse-crazy or layperson, none could walk away unaffected by the powerful connection they demonstrated with their unparalleled cast of beautiful horses. In this remarkable book, now available in paperback, Frederic--a specialist in liberty and ground work--and Magali--a talented dressage rider at the Grand Prix level--combine efforts and share the secrets of the breathtaking relationships they have cultivated over the course of their lives with horses. They tell the story of Templado--the gorgeous but rebellious stallion who demanded they question all they had learned as horsemen and look at, in a whole new light, what it means to train horses. It was this tempestuous character that taught them that the process of building a relationship with a horse can be on more equal footing than most would dream possible. It is with this life-altering lesson in mind that Frederic and Magali now explain their Six Golden Principles. These include how you can become a "safe haven"--the most important being in your horse's life--while ensuring he gets the leadership he craves and deserves. And, how to establish acceptable limits of behavior, as well as respect, without ever succumbing to anger or using force. They describe how to read horse behavior so you can better understand and communicate with your equine partner as an "individual." Plus, you'll see what it means to be patient and "give your horse a say" in his own training--and just how rewarding the results can be. In a chapter devoted to their practical approach, you'll explore what is perhaps most central to their methods: the idea of "play" and how games can be used to deve