Horse lovers eat, sleep–and read–horses. We have an insatiable appetite for how-tos that make us better horse people, and we relish novels that mix mystery, romance and who-knows-what with our favorite sports. Here’s what we’re reading
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.
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.
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.