Lessons from a Life with Horses
George H. Morris collaborates with writer Karen Robertson Terry in a tell-all autobiography spiced with anecdotes by major figures in the horse world.
Wendy Williams takes on a daunting task--to explore 56 million years of horse history and show how the human-equine bond has evolved.
The editors of Practical Horseman magazine have compiled 30 years of training articles by one of the greatest coaches of the modern era.
A talented young trainer arrives at Bittersweet Farm to work with two very rich--and very different--teen-aged half-sisters. Trainers don't last long at Bittersweet, but Lockie Malone is different, and things soon change for everyone.
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.
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.
12 Lessons to Take You from the Basics to Your First Show
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.
A little girl dreams of finding a unicorn . . . and a unicorn dreams of finding a little girl. This charming picture book is about their search for each other.
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.
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, goo
Yasmine's two-week stay at summer camp with her horse Flint becomes way more exciting--and dangerous--than she ever imagined.
Author/researcher Kerry Thomas explains how to use a horse's "emotional conformation" to chose training methods that improve performance.
This is the book for every woman who as a little girl dreamed of horses, choosing Breyers over Barbies--plastic horses over plastic dolls. Written by Melinda Folse.
Helen Hills' book belongs on every horse person's bookshelf. It is packed with advice, inspiration and entertainment that resounds with riders, drivers and horse keepers of all ages. Hills interviews 20 other "elder" horse people whose stories will convin
Your dream vacation could be a cattle drive, following the outlaw trail of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, or a stay at a dude ranch. Or it could be learning to jump fences in the Caribbean. Or an inn-to-inn ride in Europe. The possibilities are endless, and there are rides to fit every budget.
At Biltmore House, riders enjoy an historic estate and miles of scenic mountain trails year-round.