Should there be any truth to mounting observations, which indicate man's ablility to direct the positions of his vertebra and the flow of his movements directly from the central nervous system’s sensorimotor part?
Is it true that the human sensorimotor system corresponds to that of the horse. Not in subtractive but in additive fashion: the horse constituting one, man the other part.
Is it true that human posture is perfected in riding?
May one go as far, then, as to assume that equine physiology can inform on human physiology?
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The centauer, this ancient idea, represents these considerations. And yet, if you ask me, reality is more intriguing still.