|My Horses, My Teachers
By Alois Podhajsky
Published by Wilshire Book Co, 1982
A classical must for all dressage rider's reading and library.
So Far, So Good
By Mark Todd
Trafalgar Square Publishing, 1998
Mark tells his tale of developing from a horse crazy kid to one of the best Event riders in the world. The book tells about his journey and we get acquainted with many of his horses as well.
Up The Reins
A Year in Germany With a Dressage Master
by Priscilla Endicott
Published by Trafalgar Square Publishing, 1999
While the book is about training in Europe, and a relationship between horse and rider, the most impressive part is the story of a rider fulfilling a life-long dream because she followed her dream and never gave it up.
|The Man Who Listens to Horses
by Monty Roberts
Random House, 1997
The Man Who Listens to Horses is an inspirational book about intuition, life, and horses. It helps you to understand yourself, friendship, love, death, unfairness, and poverty. We get a view of the role of horses in this development of honesty, patience, and persistence. We recommend Roberts' fascinating and inspirational story to everyone.
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