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- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2007; US$ 15.00
In The Winning Horseplayer , Andrew Beyer builds on the strategy of speed handicapping that he detailed brilliantly in Picking Winners by introducing the concept of trip handicapping. Through an unbeatable combination of case studies and lively anecdotes, Beyer shows the smart bettor how to combine past performance data with an understanding of trips,... more...
- Quiller 2012; US$ 19.99
The Manual of Horsemanship is a complete basic guide to horsemanship and horse care, suitable for all ages and containing an amalgam of expert knowledge. Boasting numerous improved, updated features and enjoying its biggest overhaul in a decade, the manual has been comprehensively revised with an exciting new format and design. This new edition has... more...
- 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...
- Trafalgar Square Books 2012; US$ 27.99
Originally written and published in 1949, Academic Equitation was considered by dressage experts to be the most important contribution to classical training in the twentieth century. This book was intended as a preparation for international dressage competitions but is far more than this. It discusses the subjects of academic equitation, the riding... more...
- Trafalgar Square Books 2010; US$ 21.99
5 minutes a day is all the time you need to achieve: ? Better balance in the saddle ? Improved body control from head to toe ? Increased influence with your seat ? Flawless leg position and subtle aiding ? Quieter, softer hands and contact your horse can trust ? Less physical stiffness, tension, and riding-related pain ? Confidence in your ability... more...
- Quiller 2006; US$ 27.64
This is a powerful collection of true stories that provide anecdotal evidence of horses' emotions and their ability to reason. 'As an equine veterinary surgeon whose cynicism was swept to one side after working with Julie Dicker; I know that for anyone associated with horses this truly remarkable book will open their mind to an alternative approach... more...
- Trafalgar Square Books 2011; US$ 19.99
This book is exactly what you need to become a better rider. It's a smart, honest, on-target kick-in-the-pants, guaranteed to rev your engines as you see how a few changes in your life, a few smart choices and strategic moves, can transform you from a run-of-the-mill rider into a GOOD one. How does Denny Emerson know what makes a good rider? For... more...
- Trafalgar Square Books 2012; US$ 23.99
Follow along as four young horses?Corsana, Kara, Elsa, and Escarpa?leave their babyhood behind and begin their training for future careers as sport horses, well schooled in the art of classical dressage. Renowned rider, trainer, author, and equestrian philosopher Paul Belasik shares the daily schedule, weekly events, and his own musings over each... more...