Book Review: Portrait of a Rider

I’d been looking for Vicky Moon’s coffee table book, The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onasis: Portrait of a Rider, for quite some time. It was always too expensive, but I was recently able to find one relatively cheap on ebay. (Others are now, finally, similarly priced on Amazon). Please believe me when I say[…]

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Verb(ing) – XIV

Reading As always, I’m reading a couple things at once. I’m enjoying some summer chick lit, Distant Shores by Kristin Hannah. This is the first of her books that I’ve read, and I’m really liking it! After this, I’m going to start the mega-hit, The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins. I see that[…]

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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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An Equestrian Christmas

How was your Christmas? Mine was wonderful – lots of time with family and friends! Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t so great; it rained almost all day on Christmas Eve and Day. But at least it was rather warm, which I’ve been really into! Who needs a White Christmas? Not this Maryland Equestrian! Below are a[…]

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Book Review: The Middleburg Mystique

I have an obsession for places that are completely devoted to horses. My most favorite place in the world, (which even trumps Disney World), is Lexington, Kentucky. I also love Saratoga, New York, and have plans to visit both Wellington and Ocala, Florida. Middleburg, Virginia was an easy location to check off my list as[…]

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Ouisha Custom Designs

I came across Ouisha McKinney while reading, what else, Equestrian Style by Vicky Moon. I’m sure you are all so tired of hearing about the wonders of this book, but I can’t help myself! I fell in love with the sweater and pottery designs I saw pictured, so I did a little research online 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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Book Review: Equestrian Style

Equestrian Style: Home Design, Couture, and Collections from the Eclectic to the Elegant by Vicky Moon, has been a significant part of my life since I received it last Christmas Eve. Such a wonderful gift from my sister-in-law! An abundance of equestrian topics are brought to life in these chapters, which leave no stone unturned:[…]

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