"Taking off on a horse into the Mongolian Steppe sounds like the bracing inverse to an overpopulated, busy urban life, but having the skills and grit to pull it off is another thing entirely. . . .
Learn the underlying principles of speaking both “horse” and “human” from an internationally acclaimed horseman.
Life Lessons from a Ranch Horse describes celebrated horse trainer Mark Rashid’s experiences with one special—and especially challenging—horse named Buck.
A book chock-full of answers to horse-behavior questions that will change equine life for the better.
Relationships with horses, whether for companionship or competition, are complex and ever-changing.
The Ultimate Companion for the First-Time Foal Breeder
Even for an experienced horse owner or caretaker, breeding your first foal can be an exciting yet nerve-racking experience.
"A delight, full of heart and hijinks and humor." --John Grogan, author of Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog
Part American road trip, part coming-of-age story, and part ode to the horse--a remarkable memoir that explores the evolution of the human-animal relationship, and the raw beauty of a life lived outdoors.
On the first day of May, 1982, 23-year-old Melissa Chapman climbed aboard a horse, carrying a puppy named Gypsy, and rode away from everything, heading west.
A resource of astounding scope illustrating recommended management and retraining practices for horses and donkeys that have been ignored, neglected, abused, or starved.
Whether given a second chance through purchase, adoption, or rescue, the horse in the "wrong" situation should have a chance to find his way to the "right one." Veterinarian Dr.
Giddy up Your guide to horseback riding is here
A compelling collection of focused flatwork exercises for improving jumping performance.
Renowned author and mental training coach Jane Savoie breaks down the six most common problem areas she sees when horses jump:
Horse Owner's Guide to Toxic Plants is a must-have, exclusive reference book for all horse owners, and the first of its kind on the subject of equines and plants. Keep this book in the medicine cabinet in the barn. Walk around the pastures with the book in hand, especially in late spring or early summer. Or pack it with on a trail ride.
The only book dedicated to learning to find and ride the ideal jumping distance with fundamental skills and enlightening lessons from one of the best in the business.
Understanding how to count strides helps to develop the rider's eye and "feel." Stride control means producing the correct number of strides and quality of stride to jump the jumps at hand--the emphasis is on the quality of
A wondrous story of adventure and friendship featuring a group of women who ride Icelandic horses.
"Blame it or praise it, there is no denying the wild horse in us."—Virgina Woolf
Each June, Tory Bilski meets up with fellow women travelers in Reykjavik where they head to northern Iceland, near the Greenland Sea.