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TRAFALGAR SQUARE BOOKS BLOG

News from the Leading Publisher of Equestrian Books & DVDs
  • Give the Horse You Love a DIY Spa Day
    Ah, Valentine’s Day! That Hallmark Holiday we all love to hate and hate to love. But we don’t have to sit around longing for some demonstration of adoration to appear in our mailbox or on our doorstep. Instead, why not treat that best of all faithful and true companions, your horse, to a DIY Spa […]
  • Your Brain on Stress: The Rider’s Fight-or-Flight Response
    “We humans like to view ourselves as rational creatures who make reasoned, logical decisions and choices,” says Andrea Waldo in her bestselling book BRAIN TRAINING FOR RIDERS. A former psychotherapist who now focuses on her training business and riding students, Waldo tells it how it is when it comes to managing our brain and stress. […]
  • Clowns, Gray Hair, and Ice Cream: Coach Daniel Stewart Gets Honest About Equestrian Athletes…and Everything Else
    Coach Daniel Stewart is an enthusiastic force of positivity that makes you smile even when you’re in the middle of getting your riding butt kicked into gear. His mental and physical training techniques have helped boost equestrians from mediocre to masterful all over the globe. At TSB, we’ve been lucky to work with Coach Stewart […]
  • Gone Fishing: Denny Emerson Relates Jack Le Goff’s Genius
    In his bestselling book HOW GOOD RIDERS GET GOOD, famed rider, trainer, and coach Denny Emerson details seven areas of choice each of us face during our evolution as equestrians, and how our decisions in those areas transform us from “wannabes” to “gonnabes”…or don’t. He also shares experiences drawn from his lifetime working with horses—competing, […]
  • Do You Really KNOW Your Horse’s Hooves? Really?
    It’s okay to admit it…we often get by on the bare minimum of knowledge when it comes to hoof care. We all learn the basics of how to tend to the hoof—keep its environment clean, pick debris from it—at our first riding lesson, and depending on our later equestrian pursuits, we might accrue a bit […]
  • Small Dogs, Tiny Horses, and Frozen Poop Balls: 24 Hours with Miniature Horse Breeder Kendra Gale
    Winter is not just coming…for those of us in many parts of North America, it is completely, frigidly, and snowily upon us. Any horse person knows that things just get a bit, well, harder when the temp dips below zero. It doesn’t matter what size the manure pile—it all freezes to the ground. Kendra Gale […]
  • 3 Tips for Cold Weather Feeding for Your Horse
    It’s cold outside (don’t try to deny it!)…even Florida is in a deep freeze, relatively speaking. This means that not only do we need to bundle up, but our horses—especially those who live outside or with free-choice shelter—need added warmth, as well. According to veterinarian Dr. Nancy Loving in her book ALL HORSE SYSTEMS GO […]
  • The Best Horse Books of 2017
    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 […]
  • How I Got Horses for Christmas EVERY Year
    My grandmother loved books. My mom loved books. And I, necessarily, learned to love books, too. I read voraciously—everything I could get my hands on—but even my earliest memories of finding books in the children’s section of the library involved something else: horses. Every year at Christmas I would ask my parents, and Santa, and […]
  • 6 Ways Top Riders Keep Their Horses Happy, Healthy, and Performing Their Best
    They all say this is no secret. They claim it isn’t news. And yet somehow, it seems right to put it out there—again, if that is indeed the case—with the good of the horse in mind. That is: You don’t need custom boots and expensive tack; it doesn’t take a fancy indoor and an underwater […]

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