Win a Book from the EQ Book Club

Win one of four favorites that you’ve seen in Equestrian Living magazine.

 

Railroader: The Unfiltered Genius and Controversy of Four-Time CEO Hunter Harrison

The new biography of prominent show jumping owner and sponsor Hunter Harrison was written after the author, Howard Green, spent many hours interviewing Harrison and his family, friends, and business associates. Harrison’s Double H Farm was involved with many top horses such as two-time Olympic team gold medal-winner Sapphire and 2017 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Final winner HH Azur. Enter here to win the book.

 

The Kitten’s Cooler

Judy Richter, based at Coker Farm in Bedford, New York, is known around the horse world as a rider, trainer, clinician, judge, author, and former AHSA Horsewoman of the Year. Sidelines magazine called her “the consummate horsewoman.” She says, “There was no better decade than the 1950s to grow up in. I have been blessed with many good memories of her and others who have brightened my life. To call this collection a memoir feels a bit too formal and pretentious, so I prefer to say these are a gathering of good old memories of people and events in my life from the fifties to the present day.”  Enter here to win the book.

 

Know Better to Do Better: Mistakes I Made with Horses (So You Don’t Have To)

In this smart, honest book chock full of valuable takeaways, gold medalist and renowned rider and coach Denny Emerson uses stories of the standout horses from his own riding career, which spans almost 70 years, to detail some of the things he wishes he’d known “then” that he knows now. With a candid willingness to share mistakes he’s made over the years and clearly articulated ideas on how others can avoid them, he commits himself and those reading to finding more conscientious ways to ride, train, and work with horses. Enter here to win the book.

 

The Book of the Horse

This small-format book by Angus Hyland and Caroline Roberts is a fascinating and quirky collection of equine art and illustration from around the world. It celebrates the horse in all its glory—from its role as a working animal in war and sport to a beloved pet. The horse’s beauty and majesty is caught by artists as diverse as Stubbs, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, Magritte, Frink, and Freud. This beautiful book presents over 100 paintings of our equine companions. Interspersed through the illustrations are entertaining quotations and short texts on the artworks. Enter here to win the book.