These men gave so much to the idea of a different approach to training a horse and inspired many of the modern trainers.
They lived in a time before computers and DVD videos and mass marketing through the Internet.
Have you been fortunate enough (in the past) to come in contact with one of these men?
Have you read their books or seen any of their videos?
Do you use any of their ideas in your training?
Please talk about some of their ideas and approach to the horse.