Saturday, January 28, 2006

Static Horsemanship

L’Écuyer Français qui Enseigne à Monter à Cheval et à Voltiger by L. Imbotti de Beaumont in 1679 [again, at the Danish Veterinary and Agricultural Library] is apparently one of the first texts to outline the methods of trick riding (link updated Sept 2013). Imbotti drew his inspiration from William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle.

{Perhaps they were practising for a race?}
[Reminiscent of de Moulin]

1 comment :

Fritz said...

I have this book from Imbotti de Beaumont "L'Escuyer Francois". Do you know how much it worth?
thank you

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