This article “The Cavalry School Hunt” is reprinted from “Hunting in the United States and Canada” by A. Henry Higginson and Julian Ingersoll Chamberlain, 1928
Each time I approach a new article written by George Morris I hope it’s the one that I can agree with. So far, each time, I’m disappointed. That’s partially because I can’t abide by someone who takes foundational principals and … Read More
The following article, “The French Cavalry School” , was published in the Washington Post on April 30. 1893. This article was written more than a decade prior to Guy V Henry graduating from Saumur and more than two decades before … Read More
Although it’s rather long, this post from the 1938 edition, “Foxhunting is Different” is a good read. The author gives an interesting account of Colonel Washington, the Foxhunter. And who doesn’t enjoy the artwork of the infamous Paul Brown?
A U.S. Horsemanship follower recently sent me this picture of their Grandfather. He was in the Calvary, located in or around Springfield, Massachusetts. The reader is looking for information regarding the type of horses they used, and what he might be … Read More
Normally more time elapses before I make the next post to U.S. Horsemanship but current issues in our government with our horses warrant expediency. At the top pf this blog I’ve added the 2nd in a two part series of … Read More