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by Jean-Claude Racinet

eBook Another Horsemanship download ISBN: 0933316038
Author: Jean-Claude Racinet
Publisher: Xenophon Press (June 4, 2014)
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Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L'equitation de. .

Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L'equitation de L'egerete" (riding in lightness) which fosters balance by relaxing the horse-more so his mouth-excluding force in the wielding of the aids. Born in Paris in 1929, Jean-Claude Racinet is a graduate of St. Cyr, the French West Point, Class of 1950. He was a member of the French contingent in Korea (1950-53), where he was wounded twice. What a wonderful instruction book based on traditional horsemanship which leads the rider to an overall awareness of his impact on his horse.

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Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L'equitation de L'egerete" (riding in lightness) which fosters balance by relaxing the horse-more so his mouth-excluding force in the wielding of the aids. Also written by Racinet:Total Horsemanship, Racinet Explains Baucher This practical manual, describes the horsemanship of French Tradition - characterized by lightness - from a down-to-earth point of view. Cyr, the French West Point, Class of 1950

Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L'equitation de L'egerete" (riding in lightness) which fosters balance by relaxing the horse-more so his mouth-excluding force in the wielding of the aids. Also written by Racinet: Total Horsemanship, Racinet Explains Baucher This practical manual, describes the horsemanship of French Tradition - characterized by lightness - from a down-to-earth point of view.

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Racinet, Jean-Claude. Racinet Explains Baucher. Franktown, VA: Xenophon 1997. viii, 207p, a few ills. Xenophon Press published in 1994 his highly popular book Another Horsemanship, now in its second printing

Racinet, Jean-Claude. some from Baucher's books). Xenophon Press published in 1994 his highly popular book Another Horsemanship, now in its second printing. Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L¡ equitation de Legerete" (riding in lightness), which fosters balance by relaxing the horse - more so his mouth - excluding force in the wielding of the aids.

Jean-Claude Racinet wrote a few articles in the magazine Dressage and CT in 1992-3 on Baucher and his equitation. Xenophon Press published in 1994 his highly popular book Another Horsemanship, now in its second printing

Jean-Claude Racinet wrote a few articles in the magazine Dressage and CT in 1992-3 on Baucher and his equitation. Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L¡¯equitation de Legerete" (riding in lightness), which fosters balance by relaxing the horse - more so his mouth - excluding force in the wielding of the aids. In fact, the very essence of riding in the French Classical tradition. RACINET EXPLAINS BAUCHER - eBook.

Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L'equitation de L'egerete" (riding in lightness) which fosters balance by relaxing the horse-more so his mouth-excluding force in the wielding of the aids. Also written by Racinet:Total Horsemanship, Racinet Explains Baucher This practical manual, describes the horsemanship of French Tradition - characterized by lightness - from a down-to-earth point of view. Born in Paris in 1929, Jean-Claude Racinet is a graduate of St. Cyr, the French West Point, Class of 1950. He was a member of the French contingent in Korea (1950-53), where he was wounded twice. As an officer of the French army, he spent seven years in Tunisia and Algeria (1954-61) and four more years in Europe. While he spent most of his army career during the time when the military was getting rid of their horses, he managed, between and during his sojourns overseas, to successfully attend the Superior Equitation Course in the Cavalry School of Saumur (1953-54), winning the title of Champion of Tunisia in open jumping (1956), and to become a member of the Jumping Team of the Military School in Paris (1953). Riding teacher and trainer as a civilian after 9165, he was more particularly known by his retraining of difficult horses and later as an equestrian journalist by his always witty and sometimes scathing articles in the French equestrian monthly L'Information Hippique. In the United States since 1983, Jean-Claude Racinet became a successful teacher, trainer, lecturer, clinician, and author. Xenophon Press published in 1994 his highly popular book Another Horsemanship, now in its second printing. Jean-Claude Racinet has devoted his life to the vindication of "L'equitation de Legerete" (riding in lightness), which fosters balance by relaxing the horse - more so his mouth - excluding force in the wielding of the aids. In fact, the very essence of riding in the French Classical tradition. softcover, 125 pages, illustrated. Excerpt from the book: When one pushes on a horse with the legs, he goes forward, and so does the bit. So, not much should happen as concerns the coming "onto the bit" of the horse, unless one pushes and pulls at the same time. Now, if you push and pull together you give your horse two opposite orders; "go - don't go," and he can only be confused by the contradiction. Most of the time, he will choose to obey only one of these two orders - the one that fits best his character. All you're goig to get is a dull horse who will respond with less and less generosity to your legs' orders. Or, if the horse decides to obey your legs, he will have to put up with your hands' traction and will become heavier and heavier on the bit. Or both. If by contrast, you systematically open your fingers as you give an impulsive order with your legs, your horse will feel free, and will be more inclined to obey. This suppresses a major obstacle to impulsion.

Comments: (7)
lets go baby
If you're interested in a non competitive based way to develop a good happy relationship with your horse, this is a great read. I've started following classical dressage methods of lightness brought forth by JC Racinet, and people at my barn have actually commented on my horse looking "happy" and stepping with more enthusiasum and more pronounced steps- not even knowing what I'm doing. We just go to the ring and play and practice methods. In fact we can go in a field and practice the methods. If you compete, this can only help improve your partnership. I highly recommend this book!
Joony
Racinet holds nothing back. He gives details, examples, explanations and cites classical sources. This book will round out your studies of Legerete.
Glei
THE Classic. JC is so very missed. Start here if you are interested in the French School. Full of wisom and wit.
EROROHALO
Like the Philippe Karl books I already have, the Racinet books--this one and FALLING FOR FALLACIES--will hold a prominent place in my equine library. As a practitioner of Natural Horsemanship in my dressage training I like techniques that take the horse's mind into account, and Racinet does just that. I plan to use tips from this book as I'm working with my newly-started Lusitano filly, and suspect they will work well. The more I read of the French and Iberian training philosophies, the more I like them, and this book solidified my opinion even more.
Brazil
In this book, Jean-Claude Racinet imparts a knowledge of lightness and feel with explanations of the horse's anatomy and therefore is able to enhance the understanding of true collection. Wonderful book for serious horsemen who crave not only to develop an equine athlete, but also have a positive relationship with one's horse.
Tejora
Racinet clarifies and explains the method of classical dressage training developed by the famous French horseman-Baucher.
Manona
Very good info from the truly classical perspective. Great explanation of the counted walk and ramener. Excellent classical definition of rassembler vs the FEI 'collection'. Weak on the piaffe, passage and tempis but still very much worth the time and money.
A great book to keep for reference with very clear and concise explanations and instructions for any serious rider.