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The counter-canter and flying change are both progressions of the basic canter and although there is a clear relationship between them they have distinct derivations and purposes. While the counter-canter is a long-established exercise, the flying change is a relatively new addition to the list of classically accepted movements. As with so much in equitation, it is essential that both exercises are introduced at an appropriate stage in the horse's training, and that their purposes and aims are clearly understood. To these ends, Masters of Equitation on Counter-canter and Flying Changes examines the derivation and uses of the counter-canter, and the complexities surrounding the introduction and execution of flying changes, through the words of various Masters. Their thoughts will provide invaluable guidance to all who wish to advance their horses' education in the gait of canter, and will fascinate all' readers interested in the historical development of equitation. Counter-canter and Flying Changes is Book 3 in the Masters of Equitation series and in each volume the editor has collected the views of leading authorities on a specific gait or movement in order to form a unique reference work on each subject for the serious rider and trainer. The great masters are introduced by a leading present-day expert accompanied by the relevant instructions, and there is a summing up by the compiler. The series will eventually form a mini-reference library for anyone with an interest in academic and practical equitation.