Mitja Demitrij Cernac Announces New Release of Piaffe-Passage and Work in Hand
New Release Includes 50% More Content and English Version
Austria: March 23, 2015
Mitja Demitrij Cernac, a Grand Prix level dressage trainer and author with over forty years of experience, announced that his previously released book Piaffe-Passage and Work in Hand has been updated to include the new FEI regulations and statutes, and thirty-two additional pages of informative and useful content regarding the difficulty in dressage, Piaffe and Passage. The original version released in 2002, available only in German, has now been translated into English and is available for purchase.
Regarding the updated expanded, and newly translated version of his book, Mitja Demitrij Oernao stated, “The book was published first in German in 2002 and is now sold out. I published a new and updated version in January 2014 in English. The book content grew by fifty percent including expert advice and input from fellow trainers, competitors and dressage judges.”
The new release includes beautiful and helpful illustrations of proper training procedure and shows also improper form. It includes training exercises to assist in correcting muscle weakness, which can prevent imbalance.
One hundred pages of Piaffe-Passage and Work in Hand fully discusses several approaches to:
Piaffe and Passage
- Correct approaches to Piaffe and Passage
- How to begin training so the horse has maximum understanding
- Causes of common flaws
- Training deficiencies
- How to avoid and correct common flaws, mistakes and deficiencies
Videos, photos and information about Piaffe-Passage and Work in Hand can be found on Mitja Demitrij Cernac’s website. To order a copy of Passage and Work in Hand, simply send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org www.demitrij.com
About Mitja Demitrij Cernac:Mitja Demitrij Cernac is a Grand Prix level dressage trainer and author with more than forty years of experience in Piaffe and Passage. He is an expert at work in hand and retraining of horses, with faulty training.