The Gigantic Book of Horse Wisdom
Can you recall the first time you rode a horse or galloped down an empty beach? The first time you heard the knowing “neigh” as the saddle shifted on the proud stallion’s back? Bring back those wonderful memories with this enormous 800-page anthology. Featuring personal insights from some of the world’s foremost equestrian writers, including Anna Sewell, Nicholas Evans, Cormac McCarthy, and others, it will surely pull the heartstrings of serious jockeys and casual riders alike. Traveling from the open plains to the cattle ranches of the beauteous Midwest, from the quiet seclusion of small town America to the clamor of New York, this special volume reminds us of all the little bits of wisdom we can learn from our equestrian friends.
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We Turn to Horses Some Opening Observations
Hoofprints on the Heart For the Love of Horses
Ages of the Horse Horse through History
Horse Power Great Horses
Horselaughs The Humorous Horse
My Kingdom for a Horse The Horse in Literature Including a Shakespearean Interlude
The Horse Is Never Wrong Philosophies of Horsemanship
And Theyre Off At the Track and On the Track
They Dont Call It Sitting On Riding
Horse Sense On Training Taming Schooling Breaking Gentling and the Like
Boot Saddle to Horse and Away Some Closing Observations
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