This classical text, which knowledgeable horsemen have been anxiously awaiting for years, is finally available in English.
Author: Michel Henriquet
This classical text, which knowledgeable horsemen have been anxiously awaiting for years, is finally available in English. Henriquet's personal record of correspondence provides a unique window into the private problem-solving dialogue between master and student. Now a master ecuyer in his own right, Henriquet embellishes this new edition with 50 photographs from his personal collection. This first and only English edition includes many more photographs of Nuno Oliveira and his teacher than earlier editions. It has also been embellished with a glossary and a descriptive table of contents for the 71 chapters. Michel Henriquet was born in 1924, and holds a degree in Law and Letters. In search of elusive traditional classic French equitation, he believed might be lost, Michel Henriquet first studied with the Baucherist, Rene Bacharach, a student of Captain Beudant. Henriquet was among the first admirers of Master Nuno Oliveira, becoming a friend and disciple over thirty years, until the latter's death. "I inserted between the letters, most of the notes I've ever taken over the years. They are, sometimes the 'screenplay' of what I just saw in the ring. In some cases I have carefully noted the tips and reflections that reveal valuable concepts. Finally, I note the criticisms and comments that the Master sent me regarding a working session. This body of didactic elements reminds all those who have had the opportunity to work with him most of his philosophy, in its most direct form. And for those who alas, have not experienced this instruction first hand, fortunately, it will add to the discovery that they can do by reading about his great work." -Michel Henriquet.
Oliveira wrote to his disciple Michel Henriquet: “I have invented nothing at all ... I find that La Guérinière and Baucher have already discovered everything” (quoted in Henriquet, 30 Years with Master Nuno Oliveira).
Author: Charles Caramello
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Horses and horsemen played central roles in modern European warfare from the Renaissance to the Great War of 1914-1918, not only determining victory in battle, but also affecting the rise and fall of kingdoms and nations. When Shakespeare's Richard III cried, "A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse!" he attested to the importance of the warhorse in history and embedded the image of the warhorse in the cultural memory of the West. In Riding to Arms: A History of Horsemanship and Mounted Warfare, Charles Caramello examines the evolution of horsemanship—the training of horses and riders—and its relationship to the evolution of mounted warfare over four centuries. He explains how theories of horsemanship, navigating between art and utility, eventually settled on formal manège equitation merged with outdoor hunting equitation as the ideal combination for modern cavalry. He also addresses how the evolution of firepower and the advent of mechanized warfare eventually led to the end of horse cavalry. Riding to Arms tracks the history of horsemanship and cavalry through scores of primary texts ranging from Federico Grisone's Rules of Riding (1550) to Lt.-Colonel E.G. French's Good-Bye to Boot and Saddle (1951). It offers not only a history of horsemen, horse soldiers, and horses, but also a survey of the seminal texts that shaped that history.
Almost all pictures, this horse training book will help you feel confident in the training of your horse. Professional trainer, Eloise King, shows you with pictures how your horse should look as you are training to achieve self-carriage.
Nuno Oliveira Molociclismo, Portugal Years attended MasterBike: 3 Racing experience: Runner-up in Portuguese Supersport and Superstock Championships Age: 30 Favorite MasterBike: "Aprilia RSV Milie Factory: good torque, power comes on ...
Featuring easy step-by-step instructions, this guide takes some of the most important yet basic principles of riding and makes them simple, showing riders of all skill levels how to eliminate unconscious restrictions and use their bodies to ...
Author: Wendy Murdoch
Publisher: Echo Point Books & Media
Category: Sports & Recreation
In horseback riding, body alignment and balance is everything. Featuring easy step-by-step instructions, this guide takes some of the most important yet basic principles of riding and makes them simple, showing riders of all skill levels how to eliminate unconscious restrictions and use their bodies to achieve a higher level of performance.
Nuno Oliveira Motociclismo , Portugal Years attended MasterBike : 3 Racing experience : Runner - up in Portuguese Supersport and Superstock Championships Age : 30 Favorite MasterBike : " Aprilia RSV Mille Factory : good torque , power ...
This sentence is the very first one in the opening chapter of Master Nuno Oliveira's excellent book Reflections on Equestrian Art . The fact that the Master , who is considered to be the greatest classical rider of this century ...
Author: Susan McBane
Publisher: Howell Books
Category: Sports & Recreation
Discusses the development of the bit and its use in modern horseback riding.
Second International Conference, TFM 2009, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, November 2-6, 2009, Proceedings Jeremy Gibbons, Jose Nuno Oliveira ... One of them was a sophomore, two were Master's students, and five were Ph.D. students.
Author: Jeremy Gibbons
This volume contains the proceedings of TFM2009, the Second International FME Conference on Teaching Formal Methods, organized by the Subgroup of Education of the Formal Methods Europe (FME) association. The conference took place as part of the ?rst Formal Methods Week (FMWeek), held in Ei- hoven, The Netherlands, in November 2009. TFM2009 was a one-day forum in which to explore the successes and fa- ures of formal method (FM) education, and to promote cooperative projects to further educationand training in FMs. The organizersgatheredlecturers,tea- ers,andindustrialpartnersto discusstheir experience,presenttheir pedagogical methodologies, and explore best practices. Interest in FM teaching is growing. TFM2009 followed in a series of events on teaching FMs which includes two BCS-FACS TFM workshops (Oxford in 2003, and London in 2006), the TFM2004 conference (Ghent, 2004, with p- ceedings published as Springer LNCS Volume 3294), the FM-Ed 2006 workshop (Hamilton, co-located with FM2006), FORMED (Budapest, at ETAPS2008), and FMET2008 (Kitakyushu, co-located with ICFEM2008). FMs have an important role to play in the development of complex c- puting systems—a role acknowledged in industrial standards such as IEC61508 and ISO/IEC15408, and in the increasing use of precise modelling notations, semantic markup languages, and model-driven techniques. There is a growing need for software engineers who can work e?ectively with simple, mathematical abstractions, and with practical notions of inference and proof.
Science degree PhD in the sphere of digital technology teaching methods, 30 publications on innovation management and information management. José Eder Guzmán Mendoza received the Master degree in computational technologies with Summa ...
Author: Peres, Paula
Publisher: IGI Global
In order to remain competitive, organizations must adapt to transforming environments at a rapid pace. As such, managers and employees need to constantly update their knowledge and skills, particularly as businesses become more digital and global. Educational and Social Dimensions of Digital Transformation in Organizations provides emerging research exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of evolving organizations and maintaining sustainable business strategies through digital environments. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as consumer relationships, organizational knowledge, and enterprise social networks, this publication is ideally designed for graduate-level students, managers, educational administrators, IT professionals, researchers, and system developers seeking current research on organizational preparedness and technological adaptation.
He rode in the military style from the time he was 5 until nearly 30. Then he came under the influence of a classical master , Nuno Oliveira of Portugal , and he said , the experienced was a revelation .