Originally Posted by nicole25
Anything by Cherry Hill, is so helpful. Most of her books help with ring work, but groundwork is such a necessary basic for all levels and riders.
Nicole, you beat me to it! I literally was going to say the same thing. She is great! And her books have loads of pictures. I just bought How to Think Like a Horse & am currently reading that. I also have Stablekeeping and Cherry Hill's Horsekeeping Almanac & love that one, but I don't think it would be as good on a reader as opposed to the real deal. She has a new one called What Every Horse Should Know that looks good.
I like Horse Illustrated and Horse & Rider. They both are good magazines.
If you're looking for a story instead of technique, Chosen by a Horse is a good one, but it will make you cry. Well, it made me cry. Touching.