The Choctaw Princess 30 Days Later

I usually find myself regretting that I have not taken before pictures a year or so after my rescue horses show up. This time around, I decided to take photos of the Choctaw Princess every 30 days starting from the beginning and make a record of how she changes. The easiest way to get a […]

A Choctaw Princess

I have been insisting that I do not have the physical or financial resources to take on a horse for so long that a conspiracy to get a horse to me developed. First my neighbor began to insist that if I was not going to get a horse he was going to get one for […]

Developing Independent Aids now online

I was often frustrated by the instruction to use my hands, or my legs or my seat when riding. I wanted to know HOW I was supposed to use them. I came up with the elements of an equestrian alphabet so I could reflect on how the way I used my natural aids influenced my […]

Light in Hand is on Amazon

ttps:// Few trainers emphasize conditioning when schooling horses and even fewer seem aware that the shortened training schedule was actually gruesomely pragmatic policy of the cavalry. Repeating rifles and machine guns made it necessary to mobilize cavalry troops as quickly as possible knowing that most of them would not survive. Most of us learn too […]

The Gymnastic Circle is online!

My second horse book, The Gymnastic Circle, has been out for a few weeks now. Here is the link:     I do have the next four books on starting both horse and rider on mounted work in the pipeline. However, I was reviewing Vladimir Littauer’s book Commonsense Horsemanship this spring when he stopped me […]

My First Title is online NOW

I am not sure if this link to Amazon will work, so you can also type in: Seeking Common Ground by Sara Annon Volume 2 will be online as soon as we make sure that all the computer bits and buts are working correctly.