I wonder if there is anyone who rode jumping horses in the 60s that doesn’t know who Snowman was and who Harry Deleyer is. . . Their story is the American dream and anyone who loves to see the under … Read More
For the past month my family and I have been in the throes of moving, (a condition that we’ll be in for a little longer) so I am very happy to have ” an Abstract by RH from HORSEMANSHIP by WALDEMAR … Read More
A small group of classic works written at the beginning of the 20th century had a huge influence on riding as we see it today. Certainly the Cavalry School’s 3 volume “Horsemanship and Horsemastership”, the works of Harry Chamberlin, and … Read More
by Barbara Ellin Fox I have a passion for horse books, especially the older classics. They’re a wealth of information and are unencumbered by commercialism- at least most of them. Lt. Col. Harry D. Chamberlin I love to read Lt. … Read More
Barbara Ellin Fox reviews James Ottevaere’s fascinating new book about the history of Military Horsemanship in the United States
Barbara Ellin Fox reviews Paul D. Cronin’s book “Schooling and Riding the Sport Horse”. Is this a modern American Hunter Jumper system?