Opt for a safe bet under the tree this year with our pick of the latest horsey books
In racing journalist and former jockey Brough Scott's latest book, Churchill at the Gallop, he delves into the often-unknown part of the Prime Minister's life: his prowess in the saddle and deep affection for horses
A rare, illustrated copy of Anna Sewell’s classic is going under the hammer to help horses in need
In her book ‘Modern Horse Management’, showing supremo Katie Jerram looks at how to get the perfect plaits to suit your horse
In the latest instalment of The Blueberry Stories, which tell the real-life story of Olympic gold medallist Valegro, Carl Hester shares some words of wisdom on training for the readers
Finding time to settle down with a book in the midst of the competition season might sound unlikely. But if you do manage to steal away a few hours, The Wild Other by Clover Stroud should be at the top of your list
Whether you were a horse-mad child who raced around on your Pony Club pony, or someone who had to beg your non-horsey parents for every lesson at the local riding school, the books we read played their part in fuelling a life-long love of horses
Author Juliet Blaxland's latest book 'The House Pony: An ABC of Horsemanship' gives young readers a whistle-stop guide to horsecare, via beautiful illustrations and a humorous story
Find out more about Charlotte Dujardin's memoir: The Girl On The Dancing Horse
We round up some of the latest horsey books to hit the shelves — from racy 'bonkbusters' to magical children's books
Lady Elizabeth Kitson pays tribute to a very special show pony in her novel 'Legend A True Story'
Clare hopes the story, which centres on a horse-mad heroine with big thighs, will boost body confidence among children
Can’t wait for Jilly Cooper’s new book Mount! to hit the shelves? Us neither. Jilly is, of course, the queen of the horsey bonkbuster, but if you’ve read your way through her back catalogue and need another fix, then why not try one of these?
Looking for something a bit different to read? Anthony Gardner's new thriller Fox, tells the story of the formation of urban hunts to cull foxes in the towns, following the outbreak of 'fox flu'
In her new book 'Where did I go?', eventer Polly Williamson recounts the day a dramatic incident with a young horse left her with a horrific head injury — and how she has put her life back together again five years on
The new novel boasts plenty of 'sabotage, skulduggery and bad behavior' as well as the return of the legendary Rupert Campbell-Black
With half-term now over halfway through, you may be starting to rack your brains as to what's up next on the entertainment agenda. How about one of these horsey children's books?
If the long, dark nights are getting you down, dive into one of these equestrian adventures — taking you from southern Bulgaria, to Mongolia and everywhere in between
Rituals and routines are key mindset tools that enable you to switch yourself into performance mode and get into your zone
The story follows her recovery from a serious head injury four years ago