'The Eighty-Dollar Champion: Snowman, the Horse That Inspired a Nation' by Elizabeth Letts ---- November the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Into the rarefied atmosphere of wealth and tradition.
And Miles To Go, a remarkable story about survival: Poland during World War II, Janow Podlaski Stud Farm under Nazi control, and the Arabian stallion Witez II, who walked hundreds of miles to safety. Idiot me sold my hardback copy years ago.
Hanan: The Story of an Arabian Mare and of the Arabian Breed by Hans Nagel. If you love Egyptian Arabians, this is a great resource. It has tons of old photos of new Egyptian horses that form the foundation of today's Egyptians.
And Ride Away Singing by Mary Jane Parkinson is about Bazy Tankersley's Al-Marah Arabians and Crabbet Arabians in general. Lots of great old photos and stories. A fantastic biography, has lots of interesting info about politics too.
The Head and Not The Heart by Natalie Keller Reinert: A novella about a young horse trainer who loses two horses that are dear to her and she begins to question her involvement in the business. She takes a trip to NYC and finds more than she expected.