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Dressage: A Study of the Finer Points of Riding / By Henry Wynmalen Paperback – December 1, 1981
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I really did find this book invaluable. I have owned it for years and I'm still learning from it. I find it absolutely great for references.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who rides horses, and to those who don't, just so they can truly understand the significance of horse intelligence and human/horse companionship.
Over the years I've heard opinions favoring one breed of horse over another. In one instance, an associate cast doubts over the merit of one of the hot breeds. However, Wynmalen's book instructs one on how to gradually train horses in a manner that allows an equestrian to take full advantage of the horse's propensities, whether they be hot bloods or other breeds.
One of the strains that runs deep in all of the master equestrians is their love and respect for the horse. Certainly, this is very true of Henry Wynmlen as well.