Practical Classical: What can the 18th Century do for You?
PRACTICAL CLASSICAL: The roots of all good Western horsemanship and most dressage originated with the Spanish riding academies from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. These skills and principles were brought over to the Americas at the end of the Renaissance period, where they developed into what we now know as the modern “cowboy,” and the Spanish vaquero.

Classical horsemanship is first and foremost concerned for the HORSE, taking into account equine anatomy and biomechanics, as well as the mount’s physical health and mental well being. Enjoy and discover some of these time-tested techniques, and how you can help your horse be the BEST he can be, no matter the discipline. Learn some of the principles that reveal Classical horsemanship as a practical approach for all riding disciplines in all environments.

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