Horsemen List: Part-2 links.
Horsemanship is far beyond that just a matter of training horses.
It involves the relationship we have with the horse and all the has to do with sharing our space and enviroment with them. This means that it has to do with what we offer them, how we take care about them which in turn means nutrition, hooves, health, etc.
It is very important that we offer the horses an environment which is as much natural as possible to what they are used to. They have been living for more than 45 million years and within this time they have reached an optimal condition and equilibrium. That's why they have survived.
I am glad to share with you links about horsemen, associations, people, etc. who are trying to work in this direction.
I would like one day to have a wider list which includes for example, hospitals for horses where a higher priority to natural approach therapies is given. Next step would be to have a collection of data where people in different part of the country can easily find what they are looking for. Unfortunately many times we look for hoof practitioners, vets, nutritionists, trainers, barns etc. and to me often it seems like we never find the "right" ones and keep changing vets, hoof practitioners or even worse we move our horses from barn to barn our entire life.
Feel free to get in contact with me for feedback. That would be highly appreciated.
Academic Art of Riding by Bent Branderup®
Jean Francois Pignon
Charles De Kunffy
Dr. Gerd Heuschmann
General Alexis l'Hotte
Faverot De Kerbrech
Francois Robichon de la Gueriniere
Antoine de Pluvinel