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Collection or Contortion?

by Gerd Heuschmann

Ten years ago, Dr. Gerd Heuschmann rocked the equestrian world with his international bestseller Tug of War, a searing indictment of modern training and riding techniques that are sometimes used to the detriment...


Horse Massage for Horse Owners: Improve Your Horse's Health and Wellbeing

by Sue Palmer

This book is a must for anyone who would like to improve the health, wellbeing or performance of their horse. Practical, educational and easy to follow, the author shares with you the knowledge and skills you...


Plants, Potions and Oils for Horses

by Chris Dyer

Plants, Potions and Oils for Horses takes a new look at some old remedies, together with some contemporary alternative therapies to offer the horse owner some simple but safe treatments for common horse ailments....


Lungeing, Long-Reining and In-Hand Schooling

by Claire Lilley

Schooling the horse is not just about riding - many problems or misunderstandings between horse and rider can, and should be, sorted out on the ground before attempting to ride at all. This book explains how...


Horse Movement

by Gail Williams & Alexa McKenna

Anatomy, particularly functional anatomy, is a vital and dynamic subject, an appreciation of which leads not only to superior husbandry and welfare, but also to a better understanding of the anatomical challenges...


Equestrian Pilates

by Sue Gould-Wright

In this book, Sue Gould-Wright, a qualified Pilates instructor and sports massage therapist, takes general Pilates principles and applies them specifically to riders' needs. She recognises that most riders are...


Katie Jerram's Modern Horse Management

by Katie Jerram & Carolyn Henderson

Good stable management is at the heart of keeping a horse happy, healthy and sound, and anyone who is responsible for a horse's day-to-day care has a huge responsibility. In this book Katie Jerram offers advice...


Plants, Potions and Oils for Horses

by Chris Dyer

Plants, Potions and Oils for Horses takes a new look at some old remedies, together with some contemporary alternative therapies to offer the horse owner some simple but safe treatments for common horse ailments....


The Age of the Horse

by Susanna Forrest

An essential book for anyone who’s ever been captivated by horses, The Age of the Horse is a breathtaking exploration of the enduring connection between humans and Equus caballus. Equestrian expert Susanna...


Equus Lost?

by Francesco De Giorgio & Jose De Giorgio-Schoorl

In the 1980s, the world of riding, training, and competing with horses took a major turn with the spread of natural horsemanship, which at its most basic foundation rejects the use of abusive techniques and...


Riding without a bit

by Josepha Guillaume

This book thoroughly covers with all aspects of bitless bridles in general and specifically with bitless riding. The author focuses on giving the reader a general overview of the range of bitless bridles available...


The House Pony: An ABC of Horsemanship

by Juliet Blaxland

This delightful picture book uses an ABC format to tell the story of a child who wants to keep a pony in the house. Each image contains items beginning with a particular letter, which the reader can enjoy searching...


Do You Speak Equis?: Communicative Interactions Using the Headcollar and Bit

by Antonello Radicchi

Do You Speak Equis? outlines a method of communication with the horse using the head collar and the bit in a way that is non-coercive and based on mutual understanding and reciprocal respect. The aim of the...


the Hoof Balancer

by Jaime Jackson

The meaning of “balanced hooves” in the hoof care world is rife with unsubstantiated opinions and methods that compromise the natural integrity of the hoof and the ability of the horse to move naturally....


Classical Dressage with Anja Beran

by Anja Beran

Every rider would like to ride their horse as well as possible, but how do we go about it the right way? This book explains why and, above all, how to classically train a horse, for example, we have to look...


The Difference Between Horses, Donkeys and Mules | Children's Science & Nature

by Baby Professor

Horses, donkeys and mules all look the same, right? But they're different. They have distinguishing characteristics that would set each apart from the other. Make sure that your child names a horse a horse,...


Finding the Missed Path

by Mark Rashid

“Horses are a lot like people,” says renowned horseman Mark Rashid. “When there are gaps in understanding, confusion, and thus frustration, worry, and even anger are sure to follow.”

Horses often grow up...


Long Reining

by Dr. Thomas Ritter

“Long Reining is so much fun that it is easy to get hooked on it. It trains the rider's eyes and tact by adding a visual impression to the sense of touch and vice versa.” Dr. Thomas Ritter It is no wonder...


Beyond the Track

by Amber Heintzberger, Anna Morgan Ford & Karen O'Connor

Renowned for their amazing athleticism and unparalleled work ethic, and famed for their "great heart" and willingness to go the extra mile, off-the-track Thoroughbreds (OTTBs) have proven to be the ultimate...


Out of the Wild: A Novel

by Mark Rashid

Now a major motion picture, starring John Diehl, Jean Louisa Kelley, and Ben Ashbrook, directed by Paul Krizan! One dark, vacant Nevada night, cattle rancher Henry McBride closes his eyes—only to open them...