In an article recently published by the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, a question is framed in bold type: “Should we redefine equine lameness in the era of quantitative gait analysis?” The article begins, “An international team of researchers, including [some] from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London, have strongly advised on the need to discriminate clearly between “asymmetry” and “lameness” when assessing a horse’s gait.”

Here is a glimpse of one of our exciting prospects that will be available in 2019. Seneca is a 2016 pure Andalusian gelding, 16.2 hands. This gelding has three comfortable, excellent quality gaits and a phenomenal disposition. Incredibly kind and responsive, he is a pleasure to work with.

We have selected a few of Paul's past lectures from old recordings to share with you that illuminate Paul's extensive research, knowledge and philosophy of riding horses. In many cases, these podcasts have been converted from tape recordings, so we ask for the listener's patience if the quality suffers at moments.

Unusual Andalusian gelding, brown bay, 4 years old. 16.2 hands, by Grand Prix stallion Fiero LFA. Truly exceptional prospect, excellent temperament, comfortable gaits.

16.1, 7 year old gray PRE Andalusian mare, IALHA registered. This beautiful granddaughter of Spanish Olympic horse Evento, is very safe, has excellent movement, and comfortable gaits.