By GAEL BOURQUIN – Dancing is movement with measured steps. It can be lively, prancing, gay and sprightly in motion. It can be with or without music. When it involves horse and human is doesn’t always have to be with the rider upon the horse.
I have seen free longe demonstrations where the horse and rider did indeed dance. There is a common language in motion between horse and human. In ridden work there is a physical unity where horse and rider become one.
It is the spiritual quality between the two beings that make the dance. It is elusive and will not be there every time, even though the movement and choreography are the same. When the observer watches and the spiritual quality is there, it transcends. You have been enriched by the experience.
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