“I FIND it apparent that dressage has progressively become less and less of a right brain, creative, activity. And increasingly a left brain, logical. In my opinion, this has robbed the sport of its soul: without the idea of dressage as “art” at the core, and without the characteristics that enables us to create art (imagination, vision, empathy, message, feeling, thought and heart) we are left with a demonstration devoid of meaning and absent personal or social relevance.”
– Linda Tellington Jones.
Love from sunny Surrey on Oldencraig’s Rascalini.