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  • The Little Book of Cheltenhamby Catherine Austin

    G2 Rights Ltd 2014; US$ 7.28

    For fans, National Hunt racing has only one home: Cheltenham. The racecourse, which occupies a perfect natural amphitheatre with Cleeve Hill as a dramatic backdrop, is frequently described as “the theatre of dreams?. The four-day Festival in March has become the pinnacle of ambition for trainers, jockeys and owners. To win there is everything. For... more...

  • Collective Remarksby Anne Gribbons

    Trafalgar Square Books 2014; US$ 18.99

    A world renowned dressage judge and former US Olympic coach, Anne Gribbons has had the unique experience of living the trajectory of the evolution of dressage in the United States—and has always been willing to share her knowledge and guidance in her popular column in The Chronicle of the Horse . Now, the best (and sometimes the worst!) of Anne?s... more...

  • CARING FOR A HORSE OR PONYby Carolyn Henderson

    Quiller 2015;

    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...

  • Peter Leone's Show Jumping Clinicby Kimberly S. Jaussi; Peter Leone

    Storey Publishing, LLC 2012; US$ 29.95

    For equestrian athletes of all levels, Olympic medalist Peter Leone shares his strategies and methods for success in Peter Leone's Show Jumping Clinic. He coaches riders on the elements of first-rate horsemanship and the foundations of competitive show jumping, sharing his techniques for improving both the physical aspects of riding and the mental... more...

  • Baffertby Bob Baffert; Steve Haskin

    Eclipse Press 1999; US$ 9.99

    Winning the Kentucky Derby in 1997, 1998, and 2002 has made Bob Baffert the most visible trainer in America. His wit and silver-haired good looks have made him the most popular. In this candid and often hilarious autobiography, Baffert recounts growing up in a tiny Arizona border town, where he peddled eggs after school and started riding his family's... more...

  • Ringers and Rascalsby David Ashforth

    Eclipse Press 2004; US$ 9.99

    Peter Christian Barrie had a peculiar skill: he painted horses. Not with oils on canvas but with henna dye on the horses themselves. The King of the Ringers disguised good horses as bad ones and tricked bookmakers out of millions of dollars. Barrie’s nefarious skill made him a sought-after man not only by corrupt contemporaries but by Pinkerton’s... more...

  • War Admiralby Edward L. Bowen

    Eclipse Press 2007; US$ 9.99

    Man o' War didn't run in the Kentucky Derby because owner Samuel D. Riddle thought the race came too early in the year and at too taxing a distance. For that reason, Man o' War was denied a bid at a Triple Crown he undoubtedly would have won. But nearly two decades later, Riddle had a change of heart. In 1937, he agreed to run War Admiral,... more...

  • Dr. Fagerby Edward L. Bowen

    Eclipse Press 2000; US$ 9.99

    One of the most versatile and talented racehorses of modern times. 1968's Horse of the Year, champion handicap horse, champion sprinter, and co-champion grass horse. First and only horse ever to win four titles in a single year. He remains one of the most popular racehorses of the modern era. more...

  • Nashuaby Edward L. Bowen

    Eclipse Press 2001; US$ 9.99

    Nashua, part of the Thoroughbred Legends series from Eclipse Press, is the first book to focus on the life of the charismatic racehorse. Nashua achieved much of his fame on the racetrack thanks to his exciting and well-publicized rivalry with 1955 Kentucky Derby winner Swaps. Nashua was runner-up in that Derby, but the two met again in a nationally... more...

  • Matriarchs, 2by Edward L. Bowen

    Eclipse Press 2008; US$ 9.99

    Matriarchs, Volume II: More Great Mares of Modern Times is another, completely new book that continues the same focus as the out-of-print previous title, Matriarchs: Great Mares of the 20th Century. Matriarchs, Volume II features all-new profiles of 22 great mares that have had a profound impact on American Thoroughbred racing. Their offspring include... more...