‘Tis the season to hit the refresh button on your flatwork foundation! You’ll see the extra effort pay off not just in improved dressage scores, but in improved performance in the jumping phases as the...» Read More!
I’d like to think that I’ve enjoyed a truly cross-disciplinary equestrian background: I started riding huntseat equitation at a local 4H barn as a kid; then dabbled in western riding and gymkhana; learned the art...» Read More!
Eventer Alane Alchorn kindly submits this review of a book published by Xenophon Press, a publishing house dedicating to preserving classical equestrian works, produced by EN contributor...» Read More!
How much would you sacrifice for a chance to achieve your eventing dreams? Eileen Cody checks out Mary Pagone’s Quick Bright Things Come to Confusion, in which a hungry event rider comes head to head with...» Read More!
Mary King’s book, My Way, is very bright, colourful and inviting to read. Starting with an introduction to Mary and Emily’s horses, the book then goes on to talk about what Mary looks for in the perfect event horse....» Read More!
As far as books go, I’m a pretty rabid consumer, and while I enjoy a book to read before sleeping, I also enjoy finding books that are educational in the realm of my equestrian endeavors....» Read More!
Welcome to the EN Book Club! We’re always looking for new riding and training resources to add to our libraries. Today we’re taking a look at The Riding Horse Repair Manual by Doug Payne, which...» Read More!
Looking for a novel to read this holiday season? I just finished “Kick On,” by Kelly Jennings. An interesting combination of mystery, love story, and horse story, this book is written by a rider...» Read More!
I will start this story by stating at the outset, this is my first ever book review. What qualifies me to write a review? I don’t know. I can read, I can write (although many...» Read More!