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post #11 of 49 Old 06-30-2013, 03:37 PM Thread Starter
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prepare to cry.
Oh no! Haha I cry so easily when it comes to animals. That's why I never watch animal movies unless I know they will be okay. Haha! Thanks for the warning!

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post #12 of 49 Old 06-30-2013, 08:50 PM
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Non-fiction: Complete Horse Riding Manual

Fiction: King of the Wind
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post #13 of 49 Old 06-30-2013, 09:38 PM
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The classic and best book 'Black Beauty'.
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I always adored CW Anderson books.

For non-fiction Schooling for the Young Horse, by John Richard something...

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Easily my favourite horse book of all is Blind Beauty, by K.M. Peyton. It is just... I can't even put into words how many feelings it evokes. I must've read it a hundred times, I adore it. Just beautifully written.

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WOW! I am LOVING all of these new book ideas! Thanks everyone!

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Cobblers Dream by Monica Dickens - I read it when I was a teenager and can still read it today. Cobblers Dream is a showjumping pony that ends up in the rescue/retirement home that the story revolves around - its not a rainbows and butterflies book - very gritty
I also love the book National Velvet, its not at all like the syrupy film they made
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I enjoyed "Chosen by a Horse". It is non-fiction, but is not like a how-to book

I like Mary Wanless's "Ride with your Mind" .
I just finished reading this book last week, it was great! Minus the fact that I was reading it here at work and I started crying my eyes out at my desk on break Either way I thought it was a great book!
When I was younger I loved the heartland series and the phantom stallion series.
For non-fiction, pretty much anything with helpful information.

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Chosen by a Horse, My Friend Flicka, and Black Beauty
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chosen by a horse, heartland and the saddle club.
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