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Review: Classical masterpieces, brilliantly read aloud

Meg Brauch, Narnia Stables in Connecticut says, “I can’t recommend these classical masterpieces enough to anyone interested in furthering their education in classical dressage. Even if you have read these books before, listen to the audio versions and study them. There is so much brilliant information in them that has been lost or forgotten in many areas area of modern horsemanship. Having these books available in audio versions will help to keep the art of classical dressage alive.”

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Review: Intricacy of language parallels intricacy of the equestrian mastery

Jean Abernethy, Creator of Fergus The Horse, remarks that “This translated version of Reflections on Equestrian Art, could pivot around one adjective: ‘Eloquence’. Any student of classical art interested in refining skills in painting, would be well-served by studying the works and methods of the Old Masters. As it is with riding, the true essence of the art, refined to mastery generations ago, is virtually unchanged.”

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Review: Reflections on Equestrian Art

Anna Blake reviewed our Audio Books for Horse Junkies United. She notes “Maestro Nuno Oliveira spent his life in the study of classical dressage, which he defines as a conversation with a horse on a higher level, one of courtesy and finesse. The teaching is not new, but the format–an audiobook–is new. Technology has brought the opportunity to have the Maestro in your ear. The reader’s voice is calm and meditative, reading with clarity, making the text very understandable.”

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