by J. A. Allen .
Written in English
Originally published as Preṗaration aux eṗreuves de dressage, piaffer et passage. Oberthur̈, 1932.
|Statement||by General Decarpentry, translated from the French! by Patricia Galvin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
Piaffer and passage. [Decarpentry, général] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Decarpentry, geÌ neÌ ral. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Piaffer et Passage, first published in in French, was written to address the perceived weaknesses in international-level French riders and horses. Decarpentry gives unique insights from his personal experience, training his horse Professeur in these difficult : The new FEI rules regarding Piaffe and Passage lay greater weight on these movements as well as transitions between the two, so it is of utmost importance to perform them well. This is a book that is drawn on over forty years of experience and is solely dedicated to explaining the difficult Grand Prix dressage movements of Piaffe, Passage and. In his book, "Piaffer and Passage," Colonel Decarpentry says about balancing the horse, ‘never increase the pressure of the hands and legs at the same time.’ In "The Complete Training of the Horse and Rider," Alois Podhajsky, writing on exactly the same topic, says, ‘short action [of the reins] must be supported by the rider’s legs.
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Limited edition hardback book (no dust jacket)titled PIAFFER AND PASSAGE by Colonel Decarpentry. Translated by Patricia Galvin. Published by D. Van Nostrand Company in in a limited edition of copies. Light rubbing to boards - previous owners letterhead inside front board. This book is a time capsule containing the history of the great riders and traditions of the Spanish School, including masters from the beginning of the nineteenth century. Piaffer et Passage, first published in in French, was written to address the perceived weaknesses in international-level French riders and horses. Decarpentry gives Brand: Xenophon Press LLC. Piaffer et Passage, first published in in French, was written to address the perceived weaknesses in international-level French riders and horses. Decarpentry gives unique insights from his personal experience, training his horse Professeur in these difficult movements. This classic book by the Calvary instructor discusses everything from selecting and starting a dressage horse, to teaching all three gaits, putting the horse on the aides, introducing the full bridle, and mastering lateral work, lead changes, counter canter, piaffe, and passage. pages with many black and white photographs and illustrations.5/5.
One of the best known of France's classical horsemen, General Decarpentry () wrote Piaffer and Passage in while at Saumur. This title offers a written framework for a logical, methodical programme of dressage in the classical French tradition. The book, The Passage (The Passage # 1) by Justin Cronin is a prime example of an excellently written story that the reader draws and draws to read. Although the story dark because the whole world is experiencing apocalypse enormity scale, the book tells the story about people who find themselves in these catastrophic times, who are struggling 4/5. piaffe: [Fr.] a strut; a horse dressage gait in which the horse moves actively but stays in place. The action is high. Book Passage to Begin Curbside Pickup in Marin on May 18 The Governor has announced a modification of the statewide stay-in-place orders that will allow curbside deliveries by some businesses, including “bookstores, clothing stores, florists and sporting goods stores.”.