Laminated for durability, the Whinny Widgets Pocket Test Books 2015 are formatted for the ease of callers and riders. These compact dressage test books make it easier to memorize your tests. Arena diagrams are included. Sized to fit in jeans pocket.
For the past several decades, has your life been more about taking care of others than taking care of yourself while your dreams have gathered dust on long forgotten shelves?
Are you at that point in life when you've begun to wonder whether you'll ever find the courage to do all the things you wanted to do someday?
Offering horses as both metaphor and solution to the natural malaise that often rears its head just about the time we blow out that "midlife" birthday candle, this is the book that will help you ask (and answer), "What about my dreams?" and "Is it my turn yet?" and "If not now, when?" and best of all, "If now, how?"
Melinda Folse speaks to those women whose hearts yearn for reconnection at a time when life seems to have run its own course and childhood dreams of playing with horses are only a vague memory. She not only helps you rekindle the possibility of bringing a little equine energy into your life, she also takes you on a gentle journey of small steps to help your childhood passion become a reality.
Lighthearted and fun for all ages, The Essential Fergus the Horse Book by Jean Abernethy is the perfect addition to the family library. Makes a great gift for any horse lover, too! Jean Abernathy has created horse cartoons and drawings for decades. 128 pages.
For jumping help and advice right where you need it, take the Michel Robert Pocket’ Jump along with you to your training course. In this convenient flash card style packet, the international jumping rider and author helps you train over ground poles and cavalettis, navigate lines and combinations and practice winning routines.
Collective Remarks by Anne Gribbons, world-renown dressage judge and former U.S. Olympic coach, is a look back on her journey through the American dressage evolution since she entered the scene in 1972. This dressage book contains the best and worst of Anne’s experiences, serving as an entertaining source of history, funny anecdotes, attempts to learn from dressage’s past and prophesies about its future.