Book Review: Saddled

Susan Richards does it again. Saddled, How a Spirited Horse Reined Me in and Set Me Free, is a hit. Though this tale mostly revolves around her first love, her horse Georgia, even non-horse people will have a hard time putting this one down. Susan is the author of the two best-sellers, 2006’s Chosen by[…]

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Is the OTTB Right for You?

The Thoroughbred is known for its breathtaking beauty, power and speed on the racetrack. However, a Thoroughbred’s racing career is limited, usually ending between the ages of three and six. So what becomes of the racehorses that can no longer race? Hopefully, they are adopted out into the world by riders who plan to teach[…]

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Book Review: All the Pretty Horses

Pretty Prose in All the Pretty Horses I was so excited when a co-worker lent me Cormac McCarthy’s All the Pretty Horses and couldn’t wait to get started. I had a few books ahead of it, so after I had devoured those, I picked up this National Book Award Winner and got to work. Immediately[…]

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Grey Horse Slut

That’s me! When I first thought about starting a blog, I wanted to name it The Grey Horse Slut. But then I kind of talked myself out of it because of the whole ‘slut’ part. I didn’t want anyone to think I was a slut in general…I’m just a slut for grey horses. Meaning –[…]

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Book Review: Finding My Distance

Find Your Rhythm in Finding My Distance Julia Wendell’s Finding My Distance – a Year in the Life of a Three-Day Event Rider, is a memoir that hits you straight in the heart. Readers will relate to Julia whether or not they’re event riders, whether or not they’re even horse people. Everyone can relate to[…]

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