Believe it or not, in the TSB offices, shuttered from the frigid air that currently has central Vermonters cornered by a deep freeze, we’re already working on the horse books and DVDs we’ll be releasing Fall of 2018. In an industry where the production calendar races to meet an aggressive series of deadlines and it is necessary to plan new titles well in advance, you often wonder where the time goes… (what DID we do over the last year???) It helps to take a moment before the ball drops (on New Year’s Eve, that is) to revisit the projects of the past twelve months and remind ourselves of the books and DVDs we were proud to publish in 2017.
A provocative treatise that dares to ask if much of what we think we know about horses is indeed wrong.
50 BEST ARENA PATTERNS AND EXERCISES
A terrific collection of upbeat ideas for essential schooling, adding variety and challenge to everyday workouts.
COLLECTION OR CONTORTION?
Dr. Gerd Heuschmann’s follow-up to his international bestseller Tug of War: A critical examination of flexion and bend on horseback.
THELWELL’S PONY CAVALCADE
An Anniversary Special Collection, featuring three classic books from cartoonist Norman Thelwell.
IS YOUR HORSE 100%? (BOOK)
An introduction to Conformation Balancing (fascia work for horses).
TRAINING HORSES THE INGRID KLIMKE WAY
Olympian Ingrid Klimke’s personal system of bringing a horse along through the stages of progressive development.
THE NEW ANATOMY OF RIDER CONNECTION
Biomechanics pioneer Mary Wanless explores the characteristics of the body’s fascia and how it not only improves a rider’s balance and coordination, but also enhances “feel,”
THE DRESSAGE SEAT
Classical dressage authority Anja Beran breaks down the physical requirements of the rider’s seat on the horse, as well as its responsibilities during various movements.
SUFFERING IN SILENCE (NEW EDITION)
A revised new edition of Certified Master Saddler and Saddle Ergonomist Jochen Schleese’s book explaining how much better we could ride and how much better our horses could perform if our saddles fit optimally.
THE BIG BOOK OF MINIATURE HORSES
Experienced Miniature Horse breeder Kendra Gale of Circle J Miniature Horses provides the most complete Miniature Horse resource available.
THE ESSENTIAL HOOF BOOK
The first resource of its kind to combine the most current and useful information available, gleaned from the research and wisdom of top hoof experts around the world, with a unique “hands-on” approach.
OUR HORSES, OURSELVES
Dancer and choreographer Paula Josa-Jones offers new insight as to how to achieve a soft, fluid connection with our equine partners.
FERGUS AND THE GREENER GRASS
The opinionated cartoon horse and bona fide social media star is back in an all new comic adventure.
SPORT HORSE SOUNDNESS AND PERFORMANCE
Relying on her veterinary background, in-depth research, and dozens of interviews with top riders and trainers from around the world, Dr. Cecilia Lönnell provides guidelines for nurturing a happy, healthy equine athlete.
HORSES CAME FIRST, SECOND, AND LAST
In his autobiography, renowned equestrian coach Jack Le Goff tells the whole story, from impoverished beginnings in Morocco, to the tragic death of his father, to his successes as a competitive equestrian.
IS YOUR HORSE 100%? (DVD)
The DVD companion to the book by the same name, introducing Conformation Balancing (fascia work for horses).
FIT & FOCUSED IN 52
Coach Daniel Stewart combines his popular rider mental conditioning techniques with ideas for physical conditioning, giving readers quick-hit recommendations for one exercise for the mind, and one for the body, for every week of the year.
CREATIVE DRESSAGE SCHOOLING (NEW EDITION)
Offering a wide variety of ideas to spice up training routines, this paperback edition of the bestselling handbook provides fresh exercises for practicing classical-riding basics.
Our very best wishes for a safe, peaceful, and very happy New Year.
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