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Equestrian

  • 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...

  • The Longest Shotby John Eisenberg

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 25.00

    On the first Saturday in May every year in Louisville, Kentucky, shortly after 5:30 PM, a new horse attains racing immortality. The Kentucky Derby is like no other race, and its winners are the finest horses in the world. Covered in rich red roses, surrounded by flashing cameras and admiring crowds, these instant celebrities bear names like Citation,... more...

  • The Kentucky Harness Horseby Ken McCarr

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 25.00

    This informative book shows how the influence of Kentucky Standard breeding spread across the nation and finally around the world. Here is the story of the horses and farms, the men and women who made it possible. Rich with anecdote and founded on a unique store of learning, it will delight both the newcomer to the sport and the lifelong devotee. more...

  • The Keeneland Association Libraryby Amelia King Buckley; Joseph A. Estes

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    A research center for Thoroughbred racing, breeding, and related subjects, the Keeneland Association Library is located at Keeneland Race Course near Lexington, Kentucky. Amelia King Buckley, who became librarian in 1953, has compiled an alphabetical author listing of the titles in this unique collection as of June 1, 1958. Begun in 1939 with a gift... more...

  • Hounds in the Morningby Carl B. Cone

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    Across the rolling countryside of Regency England sound the call of the horn and the chorus of hounds, as huntsmen, hounds, and horses tear across fields and leap fencerows in ardent pursuit of Reynard. In a field outside London, two brawny men strip to the waist and prepare to batter each other to a pulp for the pleasure of the Fancy -- the hundreds... more...

  • Heroes and Horsesby Philip Ardery

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 19.95

    War hero. Lawyer. U.S. Senate candidate. Horse lover. Farm boy. Fundraiser. To this impressive list add one more role ably filled by Philip Ardery: master storyteller. Heroes and Horses presents a series of delightful vignettes evoking a way of life almost beyond recall. Bourbon County, the touchstone for Ardery's life, is the center that holds... more...

  • The Riding Doctorby Beth Glosten

    Trafalgar Square Books 2015; US$ 20.99

    After leaving horses behind for many years to pursue her medical career, Dr. Beth Glosten decided it was time to ride again only to discover that, as a middle-aged woman, she struggled with tension, awkwardness, and an aching back. Dr. Glosten?s own frustration with riding prompted her to apply her clinical research skills to figure out what it would... more...

  • Gender, Work, and Harness Racingby Elizabeth Anne Larsen

    Lexington Books 2014; US$ 79.99

    Elizabeth Anne Larsen explores how harness horse racing has resisted gender equalization and excluded women from key roles. With stirring accounts of the strong women who are surviving and succeeding in this sport, Larsen provides insight for studies of gender and work, occupational sex segregation, and women?s studies. 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...

  • The Little Book of Cheltenhamby Catherine Austin

    G2 Rights Ltd 2014; US$ 5.82

    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...