New edition of the La Cense Method

New La Cense Method Edition

The La Cense Method

New revised and expanded edition
Everything about the human-horse relationship

 

The La Cense Method now includes a new 80-page chapter dedicated to the well-being of the horse.

 

The La Cense Method is a training program for horses and riders developed by Haras de la Cense, specialist in ethological riding, which is based on an in-depth knowledge of the nature of the horse in order to obtain its membership and educate it with respect for its well-being.

 

Building on the success of the La Cense Method, which has sold over 10 copies, Haras de la Cense has chosen to include a new chapter, devoted to the well-being of the horse. While the issue of animal welfare is at the heart of current concerns, La Method La Cense brings its stone to the structure by treating in a very thorough way the care, feeding and lodging of the horse.

Recognized by the French Equestrian Federation (FFE), this essential approach is now part of the rider exams program: gallops. The 700 French riders now benefit from a reference tool to develop their knowledge of ethology and their equestrian technique. This book includes the programs of the 000 ethological knowledge of the FFE, in addition to the 5 degrees of the La Cense Method.

In 624 pages, nearly 1000 photographs and around 150 illustrations, this book is a real sum that will give riders all the keys to becoming a woman or a man on horseback.

Useful information

On sale October 22, 2020.

  • Dimensions: 190 x 225
  • Volume: 624 pages
  • Price: EUR 45

Press Contacts 

Stud farm of La Cense
Sandrine Staub
06 08 70 22 08
sandrine.staub@laboutiquerp.com

Delachaux and Niestlé editions
Julia bocquin
07 61 74 35 45
jbocquin@lamartiniere.fr

EVENT
On the occasion of the re-edition of the La Cense Method, the Haras de la Cense will be transformed on October 24 and 25 into a photo studio for an unprecedented experience. Horse lovers are invited to have their photo taken with their favorite animal by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Each photo will aim to support the well-being of the horse, fundamentally linked to the education of men.

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