CLASSICAL EQUITATION ~ BOOK REVIEWS & COMMENTARIES
Earl of Pembroke
Military Equitation or a Method of Breaking Horses (and Teaching Soldiers to Ride, Designed for the Use of the Army) (1761)
Notes on Equestrian matters from “Henry, Elizabeth and George: Letters and Diaries of Henry, Tenth Earl of Pembroke and his Circle” edited by Lord Herbert – Vol. 1 – 1734-1780. Jonathan Cape, London, 1939.
Nature, Nurture and Horses: A Journal of Four Dressage Horses - from Birth through the First Year of Training (2012)
Exploring Dressage Technique: Journeys into the Art of Classical Riding (1994)