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A Search for Collection: Science and Art in Riding Hardcover – March 1, 2009
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"Those who like to explore the more scientific and academic side of training and equitation will find this book to be a breath of fresh air, shedding new light on the topic of collection." Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar
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Collection in the horse will not be seen until the rider is collected both mentally and physically. This demands a high level of honesty and self awareness. The path to collection is long and revealing. It can never be cruel or forced but is a series of incremental adjustments between the rider and their horse.
This lesson, when learned and practiced wil benefit the rider in any approach in life.
A balanced rider is a balanced human. A balanced human leads forth a balanced horse.
Thank you Paul Belasik for this message.!