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  • CARING FOR A HORSE OR PONYby Carolyn Henderson

    Quiller 2015; US$ 14.57

    The new name for one of The Pony Club's longest lasting and most popular publications - Keeping a Pony at Grass. Revised and rewritten by Carolyn Henderson to combine the latest research, this book will help you look after your horse or pony conscientiously, sympathetically, and correctly. A must have title! more...

  • Foinavonby David Owen

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2013; US$ 12.99

    It was the upset to end all upsets. On 8 April 1967 at Aintree racecourse in Liverpool, a 100-1 outsider in peculiar blinkers sidestepped chaos extraordinary even by the Grand National's standards and won the world's toughest steeplechase. The jumps-racing establishment - and Gregory Peck, the Hollywood actor whose much-fancied horse was reduced... more...

  • Arkleby Anne Holland; Jim Dreaper

    The O'Brien Press 2013; US$ 13.11

    In 1964, Arkle's first-place finish in the Cheltenham Gold Cup was the first big win by Ireland's most celebrated racehorse: the horse by which all others are measured. Fifty years on from the start of his incredible career - which included wins in the Cheltenham Gold Cup (three times), Irish Grand National, Hennessy Gold Cup, King George VI Chase... more...

  • Battleship: A Daring Heiress, a Teenage Jockey, and America's Horseby Dorothy Ours

    St. Martin's Press 2013; US$ 16.99

    The moving story of a tough little horse, a gifted boy, and a woman ahead of her time. The youngest jockey, the smallest horse, and an unconventional heiress who disliked publicizing herself. Together, near Liverpool, England, they made a leap of faith on a spring day in 1938: overriding the jockey's father, trusting the boy and the horse that... more...

  • Man o' Warby Dorothy Ours

    St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 18.99

    His trainer said that managing him was like holding a tiger by the tail. His owner compared him to "chain lightning." His jockeys found their lives transformed by him, in triumphant and distressing ways. All of them became caught in a battle for honesty. Born in 1917, Man o' War grew from a rebellious youngster into perhaps the greatest racehorse... more...

  • The Ghost Horseby Joe Layden

    St. Martin's Press 2013; US$ 16.99

    In The Ghost Horse, Joe Layden tells the inspiring true tale of a one-eyed, club-footed thoroughbred racehorse and a journeyman trainer, Tim Snyder, who scraped together every penny he had to purchase the broken and unwanted filly. Snyder helped the horse overcome its deficiencies, eventually naming her in part after his deceased wife, Lisa, the... more...

  • Affirmedby Lou Sahadi; Steve Cauthen

    St. Martin's Press 2011; US$ 16.99

    In 1978, racing fans witnessed a rivalry for the ages when a horse hailing from Harbor View Farm named Affirmed and an eighteen-year-old jockey dubbed "Stevie Wonder" faced off against the celebrated Alydar and emerged victorious in each leg of the Triple Crown---by a combined margin of less than two lengths. In this long-overdue biography of Affirmed,... more...

  • Headless Horsemenby Jim Squires

    Henry Holt and Co. 2010; US$ 18.99

    A pointed and irreverent critique of thoroughbred racing's breakdown, by a prominent journalist turned horse breeder Jim Squires was in trouble. He had gone from one business seemingly intent on committing suicide to another, both led over the cliff by visionless leaders. First it was the newspaper bean-counters' blind adherence to the demands... more...

  • The Horse God Builtby Lawrence Scanlan

    St. Martin's Press 2010; US$ 16.99

    He was the perfect horse, it was said, "the horse God built." Most of us know the legend of Secretariat, the tall, handsome chestnut racehorse whose string of honors runs long and rich: the only two-year-old ever to win Horse of the Year, in 1972; winner in 1973 of the Triple Crown, his times in all three races still unsurpassed; featured on the... more...

  • Wild Rideby Anne Hagedorn Auerbach

    Henry Holt and Co. 2010; US$ 23.99

    Using many never-reported facts, award-winning writer Anne Hagedorn Auerbach chronicles the compelling and tragic story behind the downfall of Thoroughbred racing's crown jewel. more...