Get to know Kenzie, her home & her horses
From an early age, Kenzie Dysli, daughter of the Western legend Jean-Claude Dysli, had a special intuitive feeling for horses and developed her very own style of Natural Horsemanship. With soft tones and gentle gestures she communicates with her horses, rides the demanding lessons of Doma Vaquera without saddle and bridle and impresses with her sensitive liberty dressage with James and Atila, who became the stars of the movie "Ostwind".
Here she tells about her life in Andalusia, presents her horses and talks about her approach to horse training. The texts are wonderfully illustrated and complemented by the emotional images of the photographer Gabriele Boiselle, who has known Kenzie Dysli since her earliest youth.
This book is only available in German language!
Item number: 533
Format: 24 x 29 cm
Only in german
Price: € 29.50
What makes this book special ...
Your own horses on the cinema screen? 15 years ago, Kenzie certainly could not have foreseen how famous her horses James and Attila would one day become in Germany as Ostwind. But their special talent for handling horses was noticed early on.
Behind the scenes:
This book lets you look behind the scenes: It tells about Kenzies childhood and how she found her own way - so that maybe you can find your own way with your horse. It gives you lessons on how to improve your relationship with your horse and tells you what is important to her when training her horses..
Get to know Kenzie's horses:
Kenzie will also introduce you to each of her horses in person - with all their characteristics and airs and graces! Every horse has strengths and weaknesses, some lessons and exercises take longer than others.
The extraordinary photos of Gabriele Boiselle have certainly managed to capture the character of each horse perfectly and give you a fascinating impression of the challenges and opportunities that training horses also brings for Kenzie.
Trust & freedom:
Kenzie probably inherited her intuitive feeling for horses from her cradle. As a daughter of the Western legend Jean-Claude Dysli, she has developed her very own style of Natural Horsemanship.
But also her home country Spain and its riding culture show her traces: With gentle gestures Kenzie communicates with her horses, rides the demanding lessons of Doma Vaquera without saddle and bridle and impresses with her sensitive as well as spectacular liberty dressage full of confidence.