Dressage Formula was first published in 1980 and has been constantly demanded ever since. It has now been completely revised and extended for he fourth time and is presented in the same clear easy-to-read format that has helped to make it one of the most consistently popular and widely quoted books on the subject of dressage in print today. Based on the principles of the classical school the author covers both the aesthetic and practical aspects of riding and training in order to encourage everyone who rides whether professional or amateur to obtain maximum pleasure and education from their riding and their horses.
Author: Erik Herbermann
Number of Pages: 208
Author Notes: As a teacher, Erik Herbermann has gained recognition and respect for his staunch dedication to the propagation og classical ideals. He has devoted most of his time to lecturing, teaching and presiding at clinics internationally, and has written numerous articles for a variety of publications in the United States, Holland and Canada. Erik Herbermann was born in Amsterdam in 1945. His initial equestrian training was with Patricia Salt FBHS, herself a pupil of Richard Watjen and Oberbereiter Lindenbauer at the Spanish Riding School. Subsequently, he studied under the celebrated classical riding teacher Egon von Neindorff (1923-2004) whose annual displays of classical equitation were renowned throughout the world. Von Neindorff wrote the foreword to the first edition of Dressage Formula.