In order to give you, our devoted followers, something to read until then, I have prepared a table of contents, or if you will a reader's companion. I have grouped a selection of the existing entries into categories and suggested an order for re-reading the entries. Remember, repetition is the mother of all knowledge!
This reader's companion is also helpful to any new readers to get started with reading all the great material already collected here on this blog.
This table of contents does not include all entries. I have focused on the entries concerning the nature and biomechanics of the horse, as well as the training of the horse and the rider.
Nature of the horse: his mind and anatomy
The horse's walk (video)
Klas Adam Ehrengranat (1751-1842)
Training the physical body of the rider
Seat training (video)
Self carriage and responsibility, part 2
Schooling the eye and the mind of the rider
Training the attitude of the rider
Educating the mind of the horse
Self carriage andresponsibility, part 1
Educating the body of the horse
The horse's mouth: cession de mâchoir (yielding the jaw)
Combing the reins (video)
Elevation of the horse's neck (video)
The shoulder in (videos)
Travers, renvers and half pass (video)
Classical riding, how to
One example: Hagens Yeats
Hagens Yeats 2008-2011 (video)
Thanks to Mark Stanton of Horsemanship Magazine for proof reading!