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Jean Luc Cornille

Jean Luc Cornille writings and scientific discoveries about horses can be read and viewed on his website.Science Of Motion Qualibet Z International eventer, ridden by Jean-Luc Cornille, competed at the in Punchestown. [[Cadre Noir de Saumur letters in French][1] [2] [[letter from Commander Maurice Buret in reference on Jean Luc Cornille translated from French][3] French, military sports director Jean Claude Burel about Jean Luc Cornille States that Mr Jean Luc Cornille was a member of the French 3 day event team from 1970-1975. He was long tested for the 1972 Olympic games and he participated in the World Championships and the European Championships. [4] Translated text[5] Further reference[6][7]

Jean Luc Cornille competed at Fountainebleau in military and civilian equestrain events, 3 day events, dressage and jumping on Quobilet 11, Quaker, Atoll 11, Monseigneur 11 and Bebe Blond. In stadium jumping with Souvenir and Parnass. In dressage with Tropram and Capriel.

More on Jean Luc Cornille can be found here Biography of Jean Luc Cornille

Jean Luc Cornille has spent his life researching what causes the lameness of great performance horses , Olympics horses , dressage, jumpers, and 3 day event horses. His discoveries are now being published. He teaches at clinics throughout USA as well as reeducates horses and riders at his institute in Florida.

Jean Luc's competitive career is as distinguished as it is diversified. Competing at national and international levels in dressage, steeplechase, stadium jumping and three-day events, he has won extensively in all specialties collecting several gold, silver and bronze medals. Notably, Jean Luc won the individual and team gold medal at the military world championship of Fontainebleau in 1975. In 1971, he won silver at the world championship of Punchestown. The following year, he was member of the winning team at Bokello. However, Jean Luc feels that his greatest success lies in his ability to intuit the physical and mental condition of each horse the day after their victories.

A 1968 graduate of the Equestrian Military School, Le Cadre Noirde Saumur, Jean Luc received intensive training from Joseph Neckerman, Willy Schulteis and Hans Gunter Winkler. In 1972 and 1976, respectively, he worked closely with Michel Cochenet to prepare two Olympic teams for the national three-day event. Margit Otto Crepin, the French and Olympic Champion, is one of Jean Luc's most prominent dressage students. REF from Biography of Jean Luc Cornille


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