Horsemanship: A comprehensive book on training the horse and rider by Waldemar Seunig
The "Allen Classic Series" brings together in a collected edition important out-of-print works of equestrian scholarship, which would otherwise be inaccessible to the dedicated enthusiast. Originally written in German in 1941, and subsequently translated into English in 1956, Waldemar Seunig's Horsemanship has become one of the most highly regarded works to be published on the training of the horse its rider. The book explores all aspects of horsemanship beginning with a study of the horse itself and a comprehensive evaluation of the physical and psychological requirements of a good rider. Fol
Waldemar Seunig was a highly intelligent and educated horseman, a Royal Master of the Horse and a pupil and instructor of both The Spanish Riding School and the Cadre Noir. Horsemanship remains one of the most comprehensive and enduring books ever written on the training of horse and rider from the basics to haute ecole.