Books and DVDs
The Pony Club Rivals Book Series by best-selling author Stacey Gregg follows Georgie Parker’s adventures at the elite Blainford "All-Stars" Academy in Lexington, Kentucky. Competition is fierce at this top-notch horse riding school. Follow Georgie through these horse novels written for readers aged 9-12 years. Each.
Lyrical, read-aloud captions turn this My Friend Fergus Coloring Book into an entertaining book to share. Filled with 24 pages of pictures, it features the fanciful Fergus, the funny little horse any child can enjoy.
How to Raise Horses, a book backed by the National FFA Organization, delivers all the information needed to raise and train horses. Written by the brother-sister duo and 4-H alumni Samantha and Daniel Johnson, this freshly updated second edition guide walks the reader through all the basics on health care, breeding, housing, exercise, feed, nutrition and raising foals.
The first in a series, Antonia the Horse Whisperer tells the story of a friendship between a girl and a horse. Written by Elisabeth Zöller and Brigitte Kolloch for the 3-5 grade level, this story is woven around Antonia, a French jockey and his spirited gelding, Elfin Dance. Will the famous jockey let Antonia care for his prize horse? Only readers will know.
Get a copy of Creative Escapes Adult Coloring: Wild Horses and let your mind run free with these stunning and beloved creatures. Pick up some colored pencils and join the magnificent horses in picturesque settings such as the countryside, open ranges, pastures and deserts. A wonderful way to relax and escape stress. 46 illustrations.
In Finny and the Boy from Horse Mountain, a rescued horse, a runaway boy, a horse crazy teen, plus hopes, dreams, young love and danger all add up to a great read. Written by Andrea Young for children in grades 5-8, this exciting novel is set at a breakneck pace. Finny and Joe are sure to turn up again in sequels!
The second in a series, Antonia and the Big Competition is a story of perseverance. Written for grade level 3-5 by Elisabeth Zöller and Brigitte Kolloch, this fast-paced book encourages young readers to overcome fears and obstacles. Does Antonia stand a chance in competition against all the older riders? Readers will find out.
The Horse Play! activity set delivers many hours of fun with projects, checklists, quizzes, horse stickers, pop-out cards and complete plans for a Horsing-Around party with games, invitations and more. Delight your young horse lover with this great kit.
Anyone Can Draw Horses is a clear, concise, step-by-step guide to drawing horses. Ideal for aspiring artists of any age, it offers easy instructions, model drawings and drawing techniques. Produced in the USA.
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.
You’ll feel both inspired and relaxed as you fill in the highly detailed horse illustrations provided in the Prism Horses Coloring Book. Bound to lay flat while you work, it’s filled 24 horse scenes that are suitable for framing. Printed in the USA on heavyweight paper.
Hilarious and fun, Fergus - A Horse to be Reckoned With by Jean Abernathy is an entertaining read for people of all ages. This imaginative horse book makes adults laugh and fascinates young horse lovers.
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.
The Big Book of Small Equines: A Celebration of Miniature Horses and Shetland Ponies by Johnny Robb and Jan Westmark educates and entertains! A beautiful volume for any horse lover’s library, it includes a history of these small equine breeds as well as stories that account for their incredible performance in the show ring, as pets and as therapy animals. Minis and Shetlands may be small, but the dedication of their fans is gigantic.
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.
Fuel your passion with Horses, a book of truly unique horse portraits by photographer Gabrielle Boiselle. Her inimitable style captures the very essence of the noble equine in this elegantly presented book. A beautiful gift for yourself or any horse lover in your life.
The Riding Horse Repair Manual by Doug Payne helps riders address the causes of many of the most common troublesome behaviors exhibited by horses as they express pain or unhappiness. This 224 page book is filled with instructions, schooling exercises, color photos and diagrams as detailed by well-known international competitor, judge and trainer Doug Payne.
The Ultimate Guide to Horse Feed, Supplements, and Nutrition is written by equine nutritionist Lisa Preston to take the mystery and stress out of feeding equines properly. An asset to any horse owner or caregiver, this book addresses feed choices and rations based on a horse’s workload, use and misuse of vitamins, feed related health conditions and more.
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.
With clearly designed wall charts, Beyond Horse Massage: Introducing the Masterson Method™ can help you make your horse feel more comfortable and enhance your relationship as a team in the process. USET Equine Massage Therapist Jim Masterson reveals his technique of light and gentle touch and response to the horse’s reactions to help release tension and pain.
As the book progresses, exercises get increasingly challenging. There is something for all levels of riders, from 'D' Level Pony Clubbers to those preparing for 4' jumpers. Just as valuable as the exercises are the in-depth explanations and directions. Problem-solving, double-check, and tip boxes are provided for each exercise. Benefits are also clearly explained.
As with any book of exercises, riders should realize they can only get out of them what they are able to put into them. Regular feedback from a qualified coach or friend, listening carefully to what your horse tells you, and respecting the difficulty of seemingly 'simple' exercises will help riders move forward.