The fourth issue of “NHE Equine Anthology” is ready.

NHE press-centre announces that the fourth issue of “NHE Equine Anthology” is ready.

Among the articles in this issue, there are:


Tractate on a School mount. Princepc Cuaesitum. Frigusculum. This book is about the history of the School. But it is essential. If a person can not answer the question why is she doing different kinds of things with a horse, she could never understand where is the border between essential and unallowable.

Fred Ivar Falck Husum. Official NHE Representative in Norway. When he was a kid, he dreamed of riding with the wind in the endless fields, like many do. He is persistent and brave. And he was able to make his dream come true. But it didn’t make him happy. The real things, filled with sense and purpose, came along with the two strange Russian films… and the two horses, whom Fred names his King and Queen.

Equestrian sports: «secrets of art». Part three. Falling sickness of equestrian sport. It is clear that the fallings and the equestrian sports come along. And it is also clear that the one who admits his relationship towards some kind of show-jumping or dressage activities falls in estimation of sane people. The two-faced reputation of the equestrian sports falls in estimate of the other sportsmen. And the very equestrian sportsmen fall from their horses. The understanding of the cause of these fallings is essential for the understanding of the horse-human interaction.

“The Horse Crucified and Risen” by Alexander Nevzorov. Chapter one. Iron. The first chapter of the long-awaited book by Alexander Nevzorov.

Cartularium. Horse’s prayer. It is certainly ridiculous to ascribe such a thoughts to a horse. Not the horse, but a horse. An abstract, average one. The “managmentary” value of this text is also doubtful. But it is a literal capturing of some historical condition. The one which is helpless and hopeless. And while being it, this text deserves to be in our “Cartularium”.

Colloquium.The two interviews at once. One with Cindy Sullivan is about Indians, time and, of course, about hooves. The other is the interview with Lydia Nevzorova, and it is about the mastery of hippological photography and about the meaning of the creation of the School chronicles and the changes of the human mindset.

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