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New Horse Book Racing to Heaven

Racing to Heaven The horses in this book go galloping through the pages, as they display great athleticism. But do they really leap over fences that are treacherously high or race at breakneck speed towards the finish line? Or, are they simply the product of the narrator’s vivid imagination? Teen age girls like here are, after all, prone to dramatizations. Some readers will argue for the first interpretation, while others might favor the latter. But those who simply enjoy the read will probably be selecting the best option. A little bit about the book author: Harriet Tramer has spent more years than she might care to remember working as both a journalist and a college instructor. Most recently, she has taken her journalist ventures on line, having her own blog http://htramer.com And she has also been doing a radio show on bbsradio entitled “Reaching for the Gold.” This program deals with aging, but that term is interpreted as broadly as possibly to create a wide interest. This book – Racing to Heaven – represents her first major foray into fiction writing. However, she has also written a text – Rounding the Circle of Love: Growing Up As She Grows Old […]
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New Horse Hoof Care Book

The new book “Nevzorov Haute Ecole Hoof Care Principles: A Step by Step Guide to the Basics” by Lydia Nevzorova is now available to purchase. Nevzorov Haute Ecole hoof care is the most sound, simple and affordable method explained in an easy and comprehensive step by step guide with over 600 color photos. The book was written for the students of Nevzorov Haute Ecole but can readily be used by every horse owner who wants to trim his or her own horse. It is recommended for the novice as well as experienced trimmers. This book is the translation of the popular Russian book, Nevzorov Haute Ecole Hoof Care Principles by Lydia Nevzorova, which continues the Nevzorov Haute Ecole series on Equine Management which includes volumes on stable setup, hoof care, blanketing and more. This insightful series offers a revolutionary approach to horse keeping in a handy format brimming with valuable knowledge in an easy-to-remember fashion. Lydia Nevzorova imparts her wisdom and experience in a friendly conversational style that appeals to all levels of horse people. This peerless atlas of equine management is an asset to every horse owner’s library. • professional advice • 600 comprehensive color photos with detailed comments […]
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Pie: Compelling New Book Tells True Feel-Good Story of An Inspirational Old-Brown Horse

Pie: An Old Brown Horse (That Knows What He Is Doing) When his days as a working ranch horse were over, Pie was sent off to be sold or destroyed. However, with so much left to give, Pie continued to pile up many amazing achievements in the second half of his life. Now, for the first time ever, his inspirational true story is being told via an insightful new book. For Immediate Release: Arlington, Texas — The relationship between humans and animals still boasts a powerful and primitive connection. In the case of Pie, a working ranch horse, nobody imagined the life-changing effect he’d have on everyone he met during his long and happy retirement. Still alive to this day, and written from his point of view, Pie’s amazing and inspirational story is told in ‘Pie: An Old Brown Horse (That Knows What He Is Doing)’. Book Synopsis: This is the story of a twenty five year old ranch horse that was injured and pretty much left to die. He was brought to a stable and sold, even though no one really expected him to survive. He was reborn into a merchant of hope. His amazing spirit and calmness have […]
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A Horse Book to Delight You

Clifford of Drummond Island is a splendid horse book written by Nancy J. Bailey. I cannot remember a time that a book had me crying in the first chapter. If a book can stir my emotions to tears at all I brand it a winner. Isn’t that why we read — to be inspired, tantalized, and whisked away on an adventure beyond our daily routines? Book excerpt… …years of dreaming; of countless horse drawings, paintings; dreams of velvet skin stretching over bone and sinew and muscle; of riding like a prairie fire with the wind in my face… A multitude of girls have had their hearts stroked by just such dreams. Some go on to create their horse dreams and others push them down to smolder awaiting time when they can relive these dreams — if only through equine writings and art. This book is a true story about a Morgan horse with a bit of a quirky attitude. At Amazon.com the customer reviews for this book averaged five stars. Nancy has very graciously posted the first two chapters of her book on her website where you can read them and then click through to order the book. I am […]
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