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ISBN:
0876058551
Author:
Franz Mairinger
Category:
Australia & Oceania
Language:
English
Publisher:
Howell; 1St Edition edition (January 1, 1986)
Pages:
168 pages
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1448 kb
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1735 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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Horses Are Made To Be Horses is both a testament to the life and ideals of the former Spanish Riding School instructor, Franz Mairinger and a tribute from his many pupils and associates. The book is based on notes from lectures and demonstrations given throughout Australia by Franz Mairinger and painstakingly assembled by his widow, Erna, friends, pupils, and followers of his teaching. Every page communicates the presence and personality of the teacher as he instructs, persuades, argues, accuses, jokes, provokes, and draws analogies from many areas of human experience.

FRANZ MAIRINGER was born in Vienna on 11 December 1915, the son of an engineer. One point that Mairinger makes that I most particularly like is that you are never too old to learn to train a horse properly and fix your problems. He enlisted in the Austrian Cavalry in 1935 and was soon chosen to attend the highly regarded Cavalry School of Hanover where he spent two years receiving thorough training in jumping and three-day eventing. A book for the mature rider ( a lot of text and not many pics) but inspirational and changed the way I ride and approach training my horse with every chapter I read.

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His book Horses are Made to be Horses should be compulsory reading for ALL Philosophy students. Franz Mairinger and his wonderful teaching and Philosophy will live on in the thoughts of his pupils for as long as their lives last

His book Horses are Made to be Horses should be compulsory reading for ALL Philosophy students. Like all Philosophers he could simplify the complex & explain in just a few words. What’s the most important thing in riding a Horse? he would ask his students at the beginning of a School. Franz Mairinger and his wonderful teaching and Philosophy will live on in the thoughts of his pupils for as long as their lives last. I trust that all the good he did will live even longer as you his pupils endeavour to pass it on to your pupils in turn. He was a very wonderful man, may his memory & influence last as long as men and women ride Horses. To the memory of franz mairinger.

Having your horse with you is a concept that is familiar. I saw my first horse when I was two years old and knew then what my passion was. I can’t explain this-it is just what I’ve always known. We think about it a lot when we are riding, but as Buster McLaury highlights it is also essential on the ground Eclectic Horseman Magazine. 5 November at 11:31 ·. Some thoughts on getting a horse forward from regular contributor Wendy Murdoch. I was born the daughter of a fashion designer and grew up in Los Angeles.

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The horse’s mouth is the chief response that is neglected here. Methods that take strong pressure on the horse’s mouth (or use leg pressure simultaneously) cause the light rein aids to be de-trained, resulting in brake failure

The horse’s mouth is the chief response that is neglected here. Methods that take strong pressure on the horse’s mouth (or use leg pressure simultaneously) cause the light rein aids to be de-trained, resulting in brake failure. The reins and the contact are such pivotal aspects of dressage that it is easy to forget that the horse has learned when he was young that the reins are fundamental agents of stopping. It’s no problem that the seat acquires this too, but the rein effects shouldn’t be detrained.

Horses Are Made To Be Horses is both a testament to the life and ideals of the former Spanish Riding School instructor, Franz Mairinger and a tribute from his many pupils and associates. The book is based on notes from lectures and demonstrations given throughout Australia by Franz Mairinger and painstakingly assembled by his widow, Erna, friends, pupils, and followers of his teaching.

Every page communicates the presence and personality of the teacher as he instructs, persuades, argues, accuses, jokes, provokes, and draws analogies from many areas of human experience. In dispelling the myth of the whip-wielding dictator he creates the picture of a patient and caring horseman who regards discipline as the basis for social stability as well as the natural order. His profound understanding of the horse involves the belief in its true place and purpose in creation, as an animal whose energies and talents are best expressed by following the pattern of nature-never by invoking force.

This book is essential and wholly enjoyable reading for all serious riders who wish to compete in dressage, show jumping, or three-day eventing. The text emphasises a gradual progression from the basic philosophy and psychology of riding, to the simplest and eventually the most advanced movements, dressage, jumping, combined training, and judging. The carefully chosen illustrations reflect just as truly as his words, Franz Mairinger's quest for perfection in all aspects of horsemanship and his continuity with history's great masters of the art of riding.The Howell Equestrian Library

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The most valuable book I've read on training a horse. One point that Mairinger makes that I most particularly like is that you are never too old to learn to train a horse properly and fix your problems. A book for the mature rider ( a lot of text and not many pics) but inspirational and changed the way I ride and approach training my horse with every chapter I read.
  • Renthadral
Happy with item.
A+++
  • Jube
This is an excellent book, full of great information. Fantastic insight into the horse and his brain. Though the writing itself is a bit cumbersome in some respects, overall the philosophy and information makes sense and is interesting. I am recommending this book to all my dressage friends, but I think this is a must have book for anyone that rides.
  • caster
good condition, as expected
  • Conjulhala
Fundamental knowledge of r e a l riding. Ex Spanish Riding School master and the trainer of olympic team gives his best advice for future riders. Recommended for modern riders. Suitable and perfect match for advantage levels. And so much fun in writing as well!
  • Vetitc
A thoroughly enjoyable read and reference. Some real gems of wisdom with some light hearted moments. A real Champion for the horse!! Highly recommend!
  • Wenyost
Although this book was put together posthumously by Mairinger's wife, students and friends from his collected notes and lectures, Mairinger's powerful personality really shines through and this is the first riding book that has ever kept me up reading late at night (though Wofford is a close second).

Yes he was from the SRS. He also coached Australia's Olympic Equestrian teams from '55 to '78, leading them to gold in eventing in Rome, 1960.

Although it may not be for all tastes, I can't see my teenage niece enjoying his banter, reading this makes me want to ride my horse better, and it makes me miss a man I never met.
Although the writing style and the frequent repetition in the text sometimes distracted from getting the point that was being made, the advice and lessons within the book are well worth digging for. I found the last few chapters had the most to offer with the last couple lines of the book really summing it up.