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Horseman’s Library

The widest selection of educational books for riders of all ages, levels and disciplines. Instructional and informative books will provide all the necessary tools for success.

  • From ground training to applying the finishing touches
  • Psychology to physiology, novice to professional
  • Feeding, breeding, raising and training
The Right Track Book
  • Indispensable collection of schooling techniques to keep things interesting
  • Designed to fine tune rider coordination and communication
  • Improve transitions, rhythm and flexion while revitalizing flatwork
  • Includes clear diagrams and step by step instructions of patterns
  • Each new arena training exercise will challenge both horse and rider
  • Patterns range from beginner to advanced levels of riding
  • Author:  Sarah Venamore
  • Pages:  190 spiral bound
Stretch Exercises for Your Horse
  • Learn how to prevent injury, alleviate pain and improve performance
  • Stretching is needed to develop suppleness in tandem with strength
  • Learn in detail how to properly carry out exercises to maximize the benefits
  • Discusses the basic anatomy and physiology of muscles and surround tissue
  • Learn how muscles work together and the exercises to benefit each muscle group
  • Author:  Karin Blignault, occupational therapist and horse trainer
Where Does My Horse Hurt?
  • A hands on guide to evaluating pain and dysfunction using chiropractic methods
  • 27 simple body check- up to determine when and where your horse hurts
  • Learn about normal range of motion to prevent minor issues from progressing
  • Recognize areas of temporary or chronic discomfort and solving lameness issues
  • Learn how to discuss potential problems with farriers, vets and body workers
  • Keep your horse active and happy more months of the year and years of his life
  • Author:  Renee Tucker, DVM
How to Speak Horse
  • Learn the basics of how to establish the bond of communicate
  • Written for kids to learn body language and how ‘to talk back’
  • Learn to recognize fear, frustration, willingness and happiness
  • Focuses on groundwork lessons that are safe and fun to do
  • Author:  Andrea & Markus Eshback
  • Pages:  32 with 104 color photos
  • Ages:  6-10
50 5-Minute Fixes to Improve Your Riding
  • Replace old habit and get out of your ‘riding rut’ in no time at all
  • Learn improved balance, body control and to lighten your hands
  • Works on leg position and leg cues and how to improve horse’s problem areas
  • Achieve the confidence and ability to communicate with your horse
  • 5 minutes each day will transform riders can’t do into can do
  • Author:  Wendy Murdoch
  • Pages:  224 with 199 color photos and 41 illustrations
7 Clinics with Buck Brannaman DVD set #1
  • Groundwork; The first Impression offers tips and advice for starting horses
  • Buck gives step by step approach to learning the fine art of groundwork
  • Learn about hooking on, leading, halter work, bridling, saddling, back up
  • Filmed in 7 different locations with the focus on good horsemanship
  • Each lesson shows that each goal is attainable for everyone
  • 2 DVD’s, 152 minutes
Rider's Guide to Real Collection
  • Manual for riders who wish to extend their horses athletic lives
  • Defines the practice of collection and the method of training
  • Learn to achieve willingness, balance and the perfect frame
  • Teaches exercises for varying skill levels and riding styles
  • Tips to avoid most common bad habits and mistakes
  • Author:  Lynn Palm
The Smart Woman's Guide to Midlife Horses
  • Unique guide for women, whether seasoned or first time riders
  • Find magic and meaning in the latter half of life
  • Gives step by step instructions for getting back into the saddle
  • Insight and tips provided by horse experts and sports psychologists
  • Real life stories offered by newly discovered riders over 40 years old
  • Experience the benefits of the relationship between you and your horse
  • Author:  Melinda Folse
  • Pages:  322
  • Visit Ohio’s rich equestrian history that has developed into a world class horse show hub
  • Scenic Chagrin Valley is home to the very first Show Jumping Grand Prix in America 
  • World class riders, Olympians and the finest horses have competed at this classic event
  • Relive the most exciting victories of some of the finest horses and riders in history
  • Learn about the area's earliest equestrian events involving many breeds and disciplines
  • Beautifully illustrated with photos from early 1900’s through present day riders
  • Author:  Betty Weibel 
  • Pages:  176
101 Arena Exercises
  • Classic exercises and original patterns in a unique “read and ride” format
  • Hang up or drape over a rail for easy reference while in the practice ring
  • Effectively learn and develop skills needed for competition
  • Suitable for both English and Western riding disciplines
  • Great for beginners, just brushing up or for advanced riders
  • Author:  Cherry Hill (internationally known instructor and trainer)
  • Pages:  224
101 Ground Training Exercises
  • Comprehensive series of exercises to cover every aspect of ground training
  • Ground training is the key to safe and successful riding and building strong bonds
  • Covers haltering to driving, from turning to transitions and backing to body language
  • Great for horses of all ages, breeds and disciplines
  • Features a pre-cut hole to hang of fences or in the barn while training
  • Turns horses into responsive companions that are a pleasure to ride
  • Author:  Cherry Hill
  • Pages:  256
101 Jumping Exercises Book
  • “Read and ride” workbook for riders of all ages and levels of experience
  • Designed in a user-friendly format with a lay flat comb binding
  • Provides a logical and consistent series of exercises presented in a fun way
  • Stresses skill building and safety from show jumping to equitation to just having fun 
  • Author covers straight forward instructions of how to ride each exercise
  • Covers when to move to the next step and the benefits of each exercise
  • Author:  Linda Allen and Dianna Robin Dennis
  • Pages:  240