As a companion to my other discussion about non-horsey books I thought I would start something more horse-centric. An equestrian publisher out of the U.S. has a great tag-line -- "Read as much as you ride" and I'm starting to buy into that philosophy big time.


So, what horse-related books are you using as study guides to help you along your equestrian journey?


I'm about to start "Dressage Unscrambled" by Bill Woods, published by Half Halt Press. It's supposed to be a bit of a hoot and quite enlightening all at the same time. Can't wait to find out for myself.


So, watcha' readin'?





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Just started Water for Elephants. The author Sarah Gruen is horsey, and I think the book is horsey too, but I've just started. :)
I'm reading Gustav Steinbrecht's "Gymnasium of the Horse." It is a very good book.


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