Mark Rashid - do you have a favourite?

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Mark Rashid - do you have a favourite?

Postby Expert_LizPitman » Sat May 22, 2010 6:47 am

Some of the best horse books around are Mark Rashid's. Easy to read tales, but conveying so much information about understanding horses and gentle horsemanship methods at the same time. Like good horsemanship, these books are all seemingly so simple but so good. Every horse owner/rider should read at least one - not that you'll want to stop at one, though.

I personally can't decide which is my favourite (although I wasn't so keen on "Horsemanship Through Life"). Do you have a favourite?

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Re: Mark Rashid - do you have a favourite?

Postby Archie » Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:46 am

I only have one of his books but I really enjoyed 'Horses Never Lie'

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Re: Mark Rashid - do you have a favourite?

Postby Kaliska » Fri Aug 13, 2010 2:05 pm

I have read all of Mark's books a number of times, but my favourite has to be 'A good horse is never a bad colour'. And no, not because my copy has a spottie horse on the cover but because of the content! I think all of his books are fantastic.

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A good horse is never a bad colour..

Postby >katie< » Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:49 pm

I love Mark Rashid and one of my all time favourite books is, A Good Horse Is Never A Bad Colour. It is not only in my opinion, an amazing story but is packed full of facts and is a great insite into the way a horse thinks.
I would recommend this book to any one who is interested in horses and particularly to those who like me want help to understand the way there horse thinks.
:) :)

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