This is Prince Elmelund, he’s my “Ferrari” because he is so sensitive, and has super power in body and mind.
Prince Elmelund is not only a Ferrari but also a “Freddie” – a Frederiksborger horse.
The road to Mastery is not an easy road.
And at some point, we’d like to ask for a lighter road, an easier job, a less difficult task, an effortless exercise, a better something.
But then we have to remember that the key component to beautiful sunsets is: clouds!
Only then the light will start reflecting in many charming ways.
Now we’d like to avoid the clouds in our training sessions – and in our lives – and be sunshiney and feel happy all the time.
Life is full of paradox.
On the one hand, we can say:
On the other hand, we can say:
The latter expression means that we can take advantage of the opportunities we have in the present situation.
Manoel Carlos de Andrade (1755 – 1817) was a pupil of one of the most well-known and most respected riding masters of his time:
De Andrade’s work “Luz da Liberal, e Nobre Arte da Cavalaria” is a book about the noble art of riding.