• A General System of Horsemanship

    William Cavendish

    This classic work is both one of the most beautiful books on horses ever published and a highly significant landmark in the development of equestrian technique and literature. The ‘General... £19.99 Add to cart

  • Academic Equitation


    The Allen Classic Series brings together in a collected edition important out-of-print works of equestrian scholarship, which would otherwise be inaccessible to the dedicated enthusiast.

    Originally written and published in 1949,... £21.99 Add to cart

  • Alexis-Francois L’Hotte: The Quest for Lightness in Equitation

    Hilda Nelson

    Alexis-Francois L’Hotte (1825-1904) was a French general. He attended Saint-Cyr as a young cadet. Since at the time Saint-Cyr had no cavalry school, L’Hotte was sent to Ecole de Cavalerie... £27.50 Add to cart

  • Balancing Act

    Gerd Heuschmann

    Dr Gerd Heuschmann burst onto the international equestrian scene with his startling exposé Tug of War, in which he demonstrated with words and photographs the disturbing effects of the (then)... £22.50 Add to cart

  • Dressage

    Wolfgang Niggli

    This title discusses the underlying principles of both classical equitation and the judging process itself. The author explains how the judge’s equestrian knowledge must be combined with the highest standards... £30.00 Add to cart

  • Dressage Formula CD

    Eric Herbermann

    “Dressage Formula” was first published in 1980 and has been constantly in demand ever since. It is one of the most consistently popular and widely quoted books on the subject... £19.39 Add to cart

  • Dressage Principles Illuminated

    Charles De Kunffy

    Charles de Kunffy’s belief that riding must have a therapeutic, life-and-health promoting value for the horse as well as the rider is his inspiration. With great lucidity, he explains the... £25.00 Add to cart

  • Dressage School

    Britta Schoffmann

    Whatever discipline you ride, the secret in training horses eventually lies in the ‘why’. Why do we ride 20-metre circles? Why do we perform shoulder-in? Without understanding a movement’s purpose,... £19.99 Add to cart

  • Dressage the Light Way

    Perry Wood

    Would you like to dance with your horse? If the answer to that question is a resounding ‘Yes!’ then this book will help you do just that. Whether you are... £22.50 Add to cart

  • Dressage to Music

    Claire Lilley

    Many horse owners are put off riding to music because it seems too complicated. The task of putting together a routine to ride to appears daunting, as does selecting suitable... £16.99 Add to cart

  • Dressage Training Customized

    Britta Schoffmann

    Horses are complex creatures. Our challenge in training them – whether for competition or for pleasure – is to take both their instinct and intelligence into account, along with the... £19.99 Add to cart

  • Equine Biomechanics for Riders

    Karin Blignault

    By understanding how the horse’s biomechanics works and how to influence it, most of the misunderstanding between horse and rider is avoidable, and the vast majority of schooling problems solvable.... £29.99 Add to cart