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Training Buzz: Classical Training Lecture

According to Charles de Kunffy, classical horsemanship is based on the idea to develop a horse in a partnership that enhances his performance to the maximum of his inborn talents. This should be achieved totally painlessly and without emotional trauma and fear or physical pain or discomfort. As a result, it’s completely horse oriented. Hear just a fraction of his theories and teachings in this clip. It is from a lecture he gave during a clinic at JJ Tate’s Blue Ridge Farm.

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