Training Philosophy Volitional Learning “Are you happy with your horse riding experience?” Preface Advanced Horsemanship Advanced Horsemanship 2 Advanced Horsemanship 3 Imitation verses Intelligence Reeducating Gestures verses Energy Creating a functional horse Reeducating a horse Less is Better Equine Anatomy verses Equine Anatomy A New Generation Of Riders False Practices False Practices 2 Sophisticated Equine Education Technical discussion with Leanne False practice 3 Wear and Tear oversimplifications Functional Anatomy Class-Sick The Miracles of the Science of Motion2 Xenophon 2014 The Science of Motion Work in Hand Gravity The rational for not touching the horses’ limbs Amazing Creatures Fundamental Difference The Heart of Science The Meaning of Life The Meaning Of Life part 2 The meaning of life PT3 Meaning of Life part 4 Meaning of life part 5 The Meaning of life 6 Quiet Legs The Root Cause The Source Meaning of life pt 7 Relaxation verses Decontraction The Tide Meaning of life pt 8 Mechano-responsiveness Mechano-responsiveness PT 3 Mechanoresponsiveness PT 4 Mechanoresponsiveness PT 5 Mechanoresponsiveness Pt 6 Mechanoresponsiveness PT 7 Mechanoresponsiveness PT 8 Mechanoresponsiveness PT 9 Mechanoresponsiveness PT 10 Mechanicalresponsiveness PT 11 Mechanoresponsiveness PT 12 Mechanoresponsiveness 13 Specialized Entheses Mechanoresponsiveness 14 Mechanoresponsiveness 15 Mechanoresponsiveness 16 Mechanoresponsiveness 17 Skipping Mechanoresponsiveness 18 Mechanoresposiveness 19 Mechanoresponsiveness 20 Mechno-responsiveness 21 Mechanoresponsiveness 22 Strategic-learning The Fake Line Mechnoresponsivenss 17 Simple Disobedience The Hen with the Golden Eggs Mechanoresponsiveness 23 Class Metronome Chocolate Mechno 24 Stamp Collecting Mechanoresponsivenes 25 Meaning of Life pt 9 Mechanoresponsiveness 26 Meaning of life 10


(In Hand Therapy Course)A small piece

Albert Einstein wrote, “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” The thought applies to both, the horse and the rider. Instead of supporting the horse’s gift with advanced knowledge and innovative techniques, we submit the horse’s talent to a system. Instead of supporting the rider’s skill, equestrian education downgrade the rider’s intuition to the studious application of “correct aids”. Einstein also wrote, “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think”. When the purpose of the riding technique became the application of correct aids, the education annihilates the rider’s intuition. Factual documentation allows researcher to think further. So are correct aids. They are not the finality of ridding but instead a teaching tool aiming at a subtle coordination of the riders body. When such precise coordination is achieved, the rider’s body became the language through subtle nuances in muscles tone. There is no longer “aids”. The phenomenon is not exclusive to riding. In 1992, the founder or Aikido wrote, “Ultimately, you must forget about technique. The further you progress, the fewer teaching there are. The great path is really no path.”( Morihei Ueshiba) 

Straightness cannot be achieved between the inside leg and the outside rein; straightness, thoroughness, forwardness demand guiding the horse’s brain toward the body coordination optimizing the horse’s talent. A horse trained to become a faithful servant does not think and therefore never achieves sound physical education. Every one talks about reeducation but expect reeducating a horse using the same riding and training techniques that the ones which crippled the horse. They just use different words or accessories such as a bamboo pole or other gimmicks. Einstein does have a response for that. Stupidity is trying the same thing but expecting different results. Jean Luc Cornille 2013

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