Nevzorov Haute Ecole hoof care is the most sound, simple and affordable method explained in an easy and comprehensive step by step guide with over 600 color photos. The book was written for the students of Nevzorov Haute Ecole but can readily be used by every horse owner who wants to trim his or her own horse. It is recommended for the novice as well as experienced trimmers.
This book is the translation of the popular Russian book, Nevzorov Haute Ecole Hoof Care Principles by Lydia Nevzorova, which continues the Nevzorov Haute Ecole series on Equine Management which includes volumes on stable setup, hoof care, blanketing and more.
This insightful series offers a revolutionary approach to horse keeping in a handy format brimming with valuable knowledge in an easy-to-remember fashion. Lydia Nevzorova imparts her wisdom and experience in a friendly conversational style that appeals to all levels of horse people.
This peerless atlas of equine management is an asset to every horse owner’s library.
∙ professional advice
∙ 600 comprehensive color photos with detailed comments
from around the world
∙ over 100 valuable practical tips
Paperback: 200 pages
8,5″ x 11″ (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
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Lydia Nevzorova is a certified specialist in hippology and equine thermography (musculoskeletal system). Editor-in-chief of the “Nevzorov Haute Ecole” publishing house, founder and leader of the Horse Revolution and NHE School. Internationally recognized journalist and photographer.
People came from all over California and Arizona to join NHE Representative of California Donna Condrey-Miller for a weekend of Nevzorov Haute Ecole October 18-20, 2013 in Oroville , CA. Stormy May, creator of Path of the Horse, who recorded the event, shared her insights as she joined the participants in discussions and activities.
The main lectures focused on the foundation principles of NHE combined with the science of equine anatomy and physiology, which demonstrated the exquisite nature of the horse and the potential of how relationships with them can develop when we do no harm. The seminar led students on the way to embrace their true love for horses and become empowered to establish the new paradigm of horse-human relationships where freedom is the destination.
The 2013 NHE International Seminar was hosted by Cloé Lacroix Dean of the online School and Michael Bevilacqua NHE senior Representative and author of the book ‘’Beyond the Dream Horse’’. They presented the main philosophy behind NHE which is to treat the horse with respect and to level the playing field. That is to view the horse as an equal without any notion of dominance that is so commonly perpetuated in the horse world. The main objective was to help people realize that the only ‘method’ required was to find a way to become understandable to the horse. Participants were supplied with basic guidelines and rules that could help them answer any questions or doubts about whether they were proceeding correctly when interacting with a horse on their own.
Since 2005 the School of Nevzorov Haute École and the Horse Revolution has grown to have students enrolled from every corner of the world. From New Zealand to South America, from Europe to the United States and Canada, from Australia to South Africa, including Taiwan, more than 35 countries are represented. Nevzorov Haute École couldn’t be prouder of the diversity of its student body. No matter where they live, the NHE members study everything about horses and examine the horse on its terms. Behavior, physiology, anatomy , biomechanics, neurology and more are explored in depth in honor of horses as individual beings and as a way to clearly show that intelligence and deep emotion are not only human attributes, but the birthright of horses and other non-human species.
NHE Representative in California Donna Condrey-Miller presents a weekend of Nevzorov Haute Ecole in Oroville, CA, focusing on the foundation principles and the avenues of potential within this liberated and grounded model of relationship between humans and horses. Whether you are an established student of NHE or just beginning to explore alternatives to conventional horsemanship this seminar is an opportunity to expand your knowledge, deepen your understanding of NHE and connect in person to a spirited community of learning and support.
The 2013 NHE International Seminar will be held the weekend of September 20-22 in beautiful Quebec, Canada.
NHE Senior Representative and author of ”Beyond The Dream Horse” Michael Bevilacqua, will be giving the seminar with guest speaker and Dean of the Online School, Cloé Lacroix.
A private weekend to focus on a unique approach and insight about how to bring the relationship to a new level, develop willingness, thinking, understanding in the horse and to enrich ourselves. Discover the simplicity of what seems so elusive.
For more info visit Beyond The Dream Horse
This is a video of the talented students Tatiana and her horse Nora during a manège reading lesson known in the NHE School as Lectio Equaria Palaestra (LEP)
LEP is for the human, who needs to learn how to teach this way. Firstly, it teaches us to communicate with a horse without raised voice or touch cues. Secondly, it teaches us to respect a horse and to understand what an interesting and intelligent being she is. Thirdly, it allows the horse to understand that the human has an intellect, though a strange one: “It is the big mistake to be sure that a horse knows that a human is intelligent. One big and stupid mistake. A horse doesn’t know! It is a human who ought to prove it. To prove that there is logic and sense in his actions, that there is some meaning in the sounds he emits, that he is not dangerous.” Alexander Nevzorov.
This video of Tatiana and Nora proved that Alexander Nevzorov is not the only one capable of achieving such marvelous results.
More information on LEP can be found in the NHE Anthology volume 8 and the movie.
Students from across Canada and the US gathered in Las Vegas, Nevada to conduct the first NHE Symposium outside Russia. Among those in attendance was NHE School member and film maker of Path of the Horse, Stormy May, who also generously video recorded the presentations.
The program, which also included visits to “Bodies: The Exhibition” and to Red Rock Canyon Interpretative Association, focused on self development and scientific inquiry which define the NHE School curriculum.
Billed as an educational and social gathering for NHE School and Horse Revolution members the symposium proved to be a confluence of enthusiasm, talent, skill and confidence in the wisdom and enlightened teaching of Alexander and Lydia Nevzorov. Over the course of four days each student shared her knowledge, potential, humility and faith that the School will continue to grow, influence and guide truth seekers.
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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Donna Condrey-Miller as NHE representative of California, David Castro as NHE representative of Argentina and Sascha Day as NHE representative of Australia.