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A Probing Analysis

“Indeed the development of one’s riding skill lies not so much in knowing the answers as in understanding the questions.” – William Steinkraus I once heard it said that if you can form the right question, you can find the … Continue reading

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The Elegant Solution

You know a book is going to be interesting when its preface is riveting. William Steinkraus’ prefatory comments to Lt. Col. A. L. D’Endrödy’s excellent work on equitation “Give Your Horse a Chance” provides powerful insight into how to be … Continue reading

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Volition and Spirit

The pace of personal growth is directly related to the ability to apply lessons learned in one area of living to as many others as fitting and as time permits. These are the “aha” moments or personal victories, the magical … Continue reading

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Simplest Terms

Even the most difficult problems can be overcome if you approach them in the right way. One of the many life lessons I’ve found to be extremely valuable is the fact that you can parlay success in one area of … Continue reading

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Try Something New

One of the several books I am presently dipping into is William Steinkraus’ Reflections on Riding and Jumping. If you aren’t an equestrian or are and haven’t heard of this remarkable man, I would highly recommend that you take a … Continue reading

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