Based on social media statistics, Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling is arguably the most popular horse trainer in the world, with more than 675,000 likes on Facebook and just one of his many YouTube videos viewed more than 2 million times. At a certain point in time he invited people to join him as part of a very small select group to study with him full-time for a year.
Urgently in need of a meaningful change of life, a man decides to cross the world together with his wife, a horse and a dog to be part of that small select group of people. He too would like to learn how to dance with horses. Perhaps it will then also be possible for him to teach others to do the same one day.
This book documents the man’s reflections from the time he starts to prepare for his life-changing experience. Join him in his discovery and appreciation of some of the work being done not only of the master who dances with horses but also of other great horse people, such as Michael Bevilacqua, the main international representative of Nevzorov Haute Ecole, Linda Kohanov, Frédéric Pignon, Mark Rashid, Stormy May, Carolyn Resnick and Chuck Mintzlaff. Accompany him as he travels across Europe to find the truth about horses and humans which he is seeking. And watch as he begins to discover where that truth really lies.
Unless you have already found that truth, you will never look at horses the same way again after reading In Search of the Master Who Dances with Horses.
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About the Author
Until 2007 horses had drifted in and out of my life but did not make the kind of impression required to draw me from my chosen livelihood, that of an English teacher, then a translator and now slowly moving into writing. Then in 2007 I discovered a different way of being with horses largely due to the influence of the internationally renowned German trainer, Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling. This is when my life began to change and together with my partner (who later became my wife) of almost thirty years, I moved to Europe with an old dog and a horse in 2011 to start a year of full-time training with him. The experience has been life-changing for me, our horses, and my interaction with them.