YA Horse Book Authors You Should Know

Participating authors are: Maggie Dana, Barbara Morgenroth, Natalie Keller Reinert, Kim Ablon Whitney, Karen Myers, Karen McGoldrick and Tudor Robins.

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Book Review: Two Books on Reckless, America's War Horse

On July 26, 2013, a statue was unveiled at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Virginia. The statue was of a hero, of course, but a most unusual hero . . . a heroine, actually—a diminutive mare named Reckless.

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Book Review: Turning on a Dime (for young readers)

Maggie Dana, author of the Timber Ridge Riders series for middle-grade readers (9-13), steps fearlessly out on a limb with Turning on a Dime, which follows two horse-crazy girls who live very different lives . . . 150 years apart.

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Book Review: Your Complete Guide to Western Dressage

Lynn Palm, winner of more than 34 AQHA world and reserve world championships, has used dressage to train her horses for more than 40 years. Working with award-winning equestrian journalist Sue M. Copeland, Palm now shares her experience and knowledge

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Book Review: Bullwhacked, by Kathy Cohen

The author scores a hit with her first book, a "comic crime novel" set in the colorful world of rodeo. Filled with authentic characters and entertaining plot twists, it's a good read.

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Book Review: John Blackburn's Healthy Stables by Design

This book is at once a coffee table book of dream barns and a primer on how to build barns that are safer, healthier and cheaper to maintain.

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Book Review: Angel & Evie: Catching a Unicorn (for readers 3-8 years)

A little girl dreams of finding a unicorn . . . and a unicorn dreams of finding a little girl to love her. This charming picture book is about their search for each other.

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Book Review: Fall Girl, My Life as a Western Stunt Double

Before the advent of digital magic in film, stuntwoman Martha Crawford Cantarini was the real deal, risking life and limb in classic Western movies and popular television shows.

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A Girl and Her Horse

Ainsley Myers, 13, and her horse, Gazant, share a hug in Sunset, LA

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Book Review: Keeping Secrets (for Young Readers)

Author Maggie Dana scores a hit with the first in her nine-book Timber Ridge Riders series. She hooks not only her 9-13 readership, but adults as well. Everyone enjoys a tale of good-vs-bad, winning-vs-losing and the challenge of being a good person,

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Book Review: Mystery at Black Horse Farm (for Young Readers)

Yasmine's two-week stay at summer camp with her horse Flint becomes way more exciting--and dangerous--than she ever imagined.

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Book Review: Fantasy Horse (for Young Readers)

Emma and some of her fellow riders are chosen to ride in a theatrical event at a new theme park. They're thrilled until thefts, arson and attacks on individuals threaten to cancel the show.

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University of Kentucky's "Hoofbeats and Heartbeats" Exhibits the Artistic Side of Horses during the World Equestrian Games

Lukas, the World's Smartest Horse

Lukas, owned and trained by Karen Murdock, is listed on many search engines as the "World's Smartest Horse." An experienced television star, the 17-year-old California...

A WEG Without Anky? What Will the Dressage Champion's Role Be in Lexington?

During an interview at the Falsterbo show in Sweden, Anky was happy to talk about her fashion business.

Anky Van Grunsven's Dutch WEG Reining Team Ascent

British Team Behind Land Rover Steering Wheels at WEG...But on the Wrong Side of the Road

Look Look out! They???ll be on the wrong side of the road! I suppose it is great news that Land Rover has launched a new three-year sponsorship of the British...

Book Review: Horse Profiling: The Secret to Motivating Equine Athletes

Author/researcher Kerry Thomas explains how to use a horse's "emotional conformation" to chose training methods that improve performance.

An American Cowboy Interview with Buck Brannaman

The original "horse whisperer" talks about his work, life, and the 2012 Spur award-winning documentary Buck.

Book Review: The A Circuit

Georgina Bloomberg draws on her experience on the show circuit to create the first book in a series of young adult novels.

Trainer Stacy Westfall Clinic During QuarterFest.

Stacy Westfall, one of the top clinicians in the nation, will teach four clinics at QuarterFest 2010, April 30?May 2. Stacy's story--and video of her amazing tack-free...

Here Come the Dutch! Dressage Riders Raise Disaster Aid Funds for Pakistan as Their Equipment Leaves for Kentucky by Ship

British Team Behind Land Rover Steering Wheels at WEG...But on the Wrong Side of the Road

Look out! They???ll be on the wrong side of the road! I suppose it is great news that Land Rover has launched a new three-year sponsorship of the British Equestrian...

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