Author Interview – EH Humphreys

If you follow the equestrian book reviews I write for Horse & Style Magazine, then you’ll know that I recently featured Players: A Game of Grit and Glory, by new author EH Humphreys. To read that review, please click here. But today, I’d like to welcome her to the Maryland Equestrian blog for an “Author[…]

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2016 Equestrian Summer Reading List

There’s nothing I love more than a good Summer Reading List – hope you do too!! As always, I have a bunch of books in queue – some I’ve just finished, some in line to be read next. Below are a handful on my list; I probably won’t get through all of them this summer,[…]

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Author Interview – Carly Kade

I recently read and reviewed Carly Kade’s first novel, In The Reins. A smashing hit of a debut novel, In The Reins is equestrian romance with a cowboy twist at its finest! Carly was kind enough to take a few minutes from her busy day to answer some of my questions – please read below[…]

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Milton Menasco & The Black Stallion Series

While equestrian artist Milton Menasco was best known for his horse portraiture, he was also recognized as the illustrator for four books within The Black Stallion series. This series, published by Random House, released its first book in 1941. Menasco illustrated, including the cover, the following: Son of the Black Stallion, The Black Stallion and[…]

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2015 Equestrian Summer Reading List

Yes, it’s that time again – time to break out the books for the summer! Below are my ‘equestrian reads’ recommendations, as well as a look at my own list! My Recommendations Turning for Home, by Natalie Keller Reinert In this 4th book of the Alex and Alexander series, Reinert focuses on off-the-track Thoroughbred adoption.[…]

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Poems About Horses

Not too long ago my mother-in-law gave me a book called, Poems About Horses. It’s one of those Everyman’s Library Pocket Poets; they are available on a variety of topics. This one features a multitude of poets and is broken up into eight categories: Entering the World; Horse and Rider; Horses in Mind; Off the[…]

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Equestrian Summer Reading List 2014

Tis the season for summer reading lists. Below are my recommendations for multiple horsey reads, as well as a peek into what’s on my own list! My Recommendations Finding My Distance, Julia Wendell This is a memoir written by eventer Julia Wendell. I picked this up because her farm is about a half hour northwest[…]

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Chosen by Author Susan Richards

“I am someone who is meant to love horses.” I feel like I have lived with author Susan Richards for a few years now. When I picked up her first memoir in 2006, Chosen by a Horse, I was an instant fan. In the subsequent years, she has dazzled me with two more memoirs, Chosen[…]

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