Classical Riding with George H. Morris
By Editors Sandra Oliynyk and Allison Rogers
This book starts with an opening chapter that refers to the
author, George H. Morris, in the third person. After that,
the voice becomes that of Morris and once Morris starts
concentrating on the interaction between horse and rider,
along with the process of training the horse, the book
finds its stride. Morris manages to show confidence
without sounding smug or overbearing. Especially effective
are the excellent and very specific step-by-step photos and
descriptions of what's right and what's wrong.
The Guide to Equine Colic Awareness
Patrick Warczak, Jr, Creative Director
Jackie Baker, Digital Marketing Strategist, Writer
This is a well-researched and artfully balanced series of
chapters that utilizes technical terminology and practical
observation techniques. Helpful and highly readable.
The Cleveland Grand Prix: An American Show Jumping
By Betty Weibel
Who knew that Cleveland was and continues to be the hot
spot for grand prix show jumping? Not me, and I grew up
on the west side of Cleveland. This immaculately
researched and painstakingly assembled history is an
essential contribution to the legacy of the sport. Although
it's written rather formally, there are enough anecdotes
and quotes to keep it interesting.
EQUINE JOURNALISM AWARD
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