Learning The Flying Dismount

Thank you for coming to my blog.  I appreciate your interest, and want to let you know that the content of this post is being incorporated into a series of books published by author Kip Mistral through her publishing company Editions Mistral. (Click here to take a look at Dressage Sabbatical by Rose Casler.)

Rider safety is important, and preparing both horse and rider to part ways calmly and safely under duress has been part of my schooling program, and helps reduce the severity as well as the number of accidents.

Editions Mistral is giving me the opportunity to share my insights with a larger audience. I will post a notice as soon as each book becomes available, so stay tuned in!


2 thoughts on “Learning The Flying Dismount

    • Nope. I learned at the military cavalry school in San Miguel de Allende as a kid and it has been a life-saver. One of these days if I get myself a proper camera set up I’ll do a video.

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