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post #11 of 64 Old 08-31-2011, 01:41 PM
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You could probably also find the ones about the famous race horses... I always found them interesting. Like Cigar, Secretariat or Seabiscuit. But I'm not sure if those are the titles.

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post #12 of 64 Old 08-31-2011, 03:10 PM
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Not sure if you are only interested in fiction, but Riding With Reagan was a really good book. Very interesting to read about how the secret service had to tweak many of their protocols and best practices to accomodate Reagan's riding. He loved horses.
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post #13 of 64 Old 08-31-2011, 07:19 PM
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Dammit you guys! Now that I mentioned Hotblood I have to go back and read it again - such an interesting book, except the "no real ending" part. lol.


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Hey everybody, I was curious if anybody has read any good horse books that are written more for adults, not adolescent girls. While I certainly loved the those books as I was growing up, I would like a more challenging read now. I don't mean "adult" wink wink, I just mean adult as in a harder read and thicker plot.

I have read Riding Lessons, Flying Changes, and Horseplay. I liked them and would like to read more like them, but something more challenging than that would be great.

Curious to read what you all come up with!
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post #15 of 64 Old 09-01-2011, 04:56 PM
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Hi GoldSahara!
If you think you'd be interested in a suspenseful (adult) mystery series set in the horse world, check out Mystery Author Kit Ehrman - Home. The titles are available on Amazon.com in hardcover, paperback, and as e-books. The e-books are $2.99. The paperbacks (and hardcovers) can be purchased used, too, probably inexpensively. They also might be at your local library.

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I'm glad to be reading some of these too! Have you read the Jilly Cooper books? I know they're more society scandal types set in the horse world, but on the plus side, they're long and there are 3 of them (Riders, Polo and the latest, Jump). The Perfect Distance is a YA book but I read it as and adult and found it interesting, especially if you're into Hunter/jumpers. And my own book, though considered to be for late teens (14+), is getting quite a few reviews from adult women. It's called Blaze of Glory; I'm including the Amazon link below in case you're interested.
http://www.amazon.com/Blaze-Glory-m-garzon/dp/1602648107/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1315441288&sr=8-1

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I loved Water for the Elephants another good one is Beautiful Jim.

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Surprised nobody mentioned The Horse Whisperer...I have read that probably 100 times
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Oh yeah I loved that one to!

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post #20 of 64 Old 09-08-2011, 10:39 PM
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How could I forget that?!

I absolutely loved The Horse Whisperer.
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