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Horse Book Reviews

Rachel Alexandra

Book Review: Alexandra the Great

The Story of the Record-breaking Filly who Ruled the Racetrack


Book Review: Fergus, a Horse to be Reckoned with

Tthe cartoon horse with more than 300,000 Facebook likes!


Book Review: Unrelenting -- The Real Story: Horses, Bright Lights, and My Pursuit of Excellence

George H. Morris collaborates with writer Karen Robertson Terry in a tell-all autobiography spiced with anecdotes by major figures in the horse world.

Horse Fever

Book Review: Horsefever

Author Lee Hope's adult novel explores a woman's desire to excel in eventing and the emotional turmoil it causes in her marriage.

Kids Riding with Confidence

Book Review: Kids Riding With Confidence

Beginner lessons to build trusting, safe partnerships with horses


Book Review: The Horse--The Epic History of Our Noble Companion

Wendy Williams takes on a daunting task--to explore 56 million years of horse history and show how the human-equine bond has evolved.

Classical Riding

Book Review: Classical Riding with George H. Morris

The editors of Practical Horseman magazine have compiled 30 years of training articles by one of the greatest coaches of the modern era.

The Reckless Statue in Quantico, Virginia.

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.

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.