My Dancing White Horses

My Dancing White Horses The autobiographpy of Colonel Alois Podhajaky Director of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna

  • Title: My Dancing White Horses
  • Author: Alois Podhajsky Frances Hogarth-Gaute
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 210
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  • The autobiographpy of Colonel Alois Podhajaky, Director of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.

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    1. I followed this up from the Marguerite Henry book and the Disney film The Miracle of the White Stallions, both for intrinsic interest and to check out the research, which, in both cases, turned out to be surprisingly good.Born in 1898 in the last years of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire to a military father, Podhajsky grew up a much-transferred army brat, which, in that context, involved switching languages as well as switching schools. As he was horse-mad from an early age, one senses he joined t [...]


    2. Another book from my childhood. This book is out of print and hard to find, but I'd love to have a copy someday. I should have probably just "lost" it from my junior high library. My Dancing White Horses is about the Spanish Riding School during WWII. The historical account is very interesting and I of course, loved to read about the horses.


    3. I read this book many years ago, but even today, several of the stories stay with me. I went looking for a copy to gift to a student and discovered that it is only available in its original edition. If you find a copy, treasure it.


    4. Colonel Podhajsky was the director responsible for guiding the Spanish Riding School of Vienna through World War II. Not only had he managed to do this but also organized extensive outreach to share this cultural gem with a broader audience in the world all while striving to restore the school to its former glory and traditions. Podhajsky, author of several books on horsemanship, dressage, the Vienna Riding school, and the Lipizzaner was encouraged by his friends to write some account of himself [...]


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