Charles De Kunffy seminar: ‘Classic’ dressage is classic for a reason, part 1
Charles De Kunffy's regular visits to the Training the Teachers of Tomorrow Trust are popular not only because of his depth of practical knowledge, acquired as a rider, international trainer and former FEI judge, but also for their inspiration. He articulates — as few do or can — our equestrian heritage and culture and the part the horse has played and can continue to play in the civilisation of individual human beings. This is part 1 of edited excerpts from the lecture he gave at the Trust on 14 March. He told his audience:
CLASSICAL EQUITATION knowledge is based . . .
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