Book Review – Vaquero Style Horsemanship

…one can find the universal principles that date from antiquity: pressure, then reward with a release.

Last updated on January 26th, 2022 at 05:14 am

By Harry Hobbes

A review of Vaquero Style Horsemanship: A Compilation of Articles and Letters

by Ed Connell.

Original illustrations by Randy Steffen. Wimbley, Texas: Lennoche Publishers: 127 pp., $24.24 USD

One of the costs of modernity in our “Age of the Common Man” is the loss of traditional, long-working methods of craftsmanship originating in antiquity, and thence handed down from generation to generation; particularly those arcane parts of craftsmanship that were raised to art forms. The hallmark of such craftsmanship and art was the perfection of the product; a perfection honed down through the millenia.

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