Jean Froissard

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Jean Froissard is a French writer and a leading authority on the subject of horsemanship. He has written a number of reference works on the subject, some of them co-written with his wife Lily Powell who is also an award-winning novelist in her own right. Froissard has been conferred the highest degree of Ecuyer Professeur by the French Equestrian Federation.[1] He lives with his wife in Paris, France.

Selected works[edit]

  • Classical Horsemanship for Our Time (with Lily Powell)
  • A Guide to Basic Dressage
    • The above two books have also been published as one volume entitled The Education of Horse and Rider.
  • Equitation: Learning and Teaching
  • Jumping: Learning and Teaching
  • The Horseman's International Book of Reference (co-editor with Lily Powell)

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