PHILIPPE KARL & HIGH NOON : A French Master & His Hanoverian
Be inspired by the riding philosophy of “légèreté“. Get close up to the action in Part 1 of this highly instructive documentary film where the young Hanoverian gelding “High Noon” goes through his first two years of basic training with the renowned French riding master. Philippe Karl trains him on the lunge rein, in hand and in the saddle with respect, esteem and expertise. Enjoy their work together, from young horse to the first piaffe strides, based on trust. Philippe Karl, former ecuyer with the famous Cadre Noir in Saumur, France, was inspired by the teachings of the old masters such as La Gueriniere, Baucher, Beudant and l'Hotte. At the core of his philosophy is absolute respect for the horse. He founded the "School of Legerete" which teaches a logical and practical way to systematically train horses without the use of force or aritifical aids.
Philippe Karl & High Noon Part 2
Let the philosophy of Légèreté inspire you! Follow the progression of High Noon in the second part of this educational and informative film documentary and watch him as he continues his partnership and training with the renowned French riding master, Philippe Karl. One year after the recording of the first episode, we take a look at a cross-section of the Hanoverian’s entire training programme – from loosening on the lunge and under the saddle up to High School dressage work, such as school walk, piaffe, passage and tempi changes.
Enjoy highlights of High Noon’s first venture into the public limelight, as he takes centre stage at the HansePferd exhibition in Hamburg in April 2014.
2 DVDs - 130 Minutes
Pub Date: 2015
List Price: $99.90
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Item #: 2327