I read this on her blog today and thought I'd share it . Here's the whole entry:
Here's another tasty tidbit:
"Schultheis’ approach to riding was simple and direct. It mostly revolved around creating as much impulsion as possible behind the saddle, riding that impulsion through the neck into an elevated poll and learning how to half-halt without using the contact to destroy the forward tendency. Flexion and bend came out of altering straightness without riding backward..."