A new approach to equitation through a quest for harmony and complicity with the horse.
Michel devotes most of his book to the rider's mental preparation: attitude, behaviour, the way one acts and thinks …
… moving beyond technique with a positive and open mind.
A process that favours being honest with oneself, with others and with horse.
In this spirit, explore his method based on using wide-angle vision:
"Great equitation comes from love, from respect for the horse, and from physical and mental balance. I chose to ride and to teach in this spirit a long time ago. Today I would like to share this experience with you: riders, instructors, owners ... and horses, an experience that I am conviced will be a source of well-being, progress and performance for you all."
"Horses do not share great common projects with human beings, but were they to choose a book, this would be their favourite one."
Jean-Jacques Boisson (Cadre Noir de Saumur)