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.
When Two Spines Align: Dressage Dynamics by Beth Baumert details practical ways riders can learn to harness the balance, energies and forces at play when they’re in the saddle. Readers will discover how to use “positive tension” and the four physical “Powerlines”—Vertical, Connecting, Spiraling, and Visual—to become balanced and effective in the saddle. 248 pages.
Believing in Horses, Too by Valerie Ormond is the much anticipated sequel to Believing in Horses. A novel for young adults, this book features the strong-willed, 13 year-old protagonist Sadie Navarro as she faces challenges with people and horses. This unforgettable story is about the power of finding strength through experience and reflection. An insightful, action-filled book.
Sandsablaze: Grand Prix Greatness from Harrisburg to the Olympics is the memorable story of the Thoroughbred horse that made history in the 1970’s, as told by equestrian uthor Kimberly Gatto. Sandsablaze achieved numerous victories with his young owner and rider, William “Buddy” Brown of New York as he made his journey to the top.