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It is 1907 and Yukon Territory is still one of the last wild, untamed vestiges of Western Canada. When Inspector Richard Carol with the Royal North-West Mounted Police sits down for supper at the Brownstone Inn in Fort MacCammon, he has no idea just how dangerous the region has become. But he is about to find out as a young Mountie rushes into the dining room with news that a stranger has staggered into the Fort with a gunshot wound.

With rave reviews from such iconic horseman as Monty Roberts, Pat Parelli, Jonathan Field, and David O’Connor, this book is a must-read for every horse lover out there. An inspiring story about horses, life, and everything in between, Tik Maynard dives into what makes him a true horseman.

If you are a horse history buff, this is it. In Farewell to the Horse, author Ulrich Raulff takes an in-depth, thoroughly researched, and fascinating look at the contribution of the horse in the past few centuries.

By Jec Aristotle Ballou

Trafalgar Square Books; Non-fiction; ISBN 9781570768675; 171 pages; Hardcover 

Reviewed by April D. Ray

Charlotte Dujardin, girl dancing horse, Carl Hester, Charlotte Dujardin autobiography

This autobiography by British dressage rider, Charlotte Dujardin, is a gem. It’s an absolute must-read, not only for dressage riders but for all riders, horse-lovers, and sports enthusiasts, as well as thousands of moms and dads who stand behind their children’s dreams and know the joy and anguish of competition.

Celebrating 100 Years of the Canadian Government’s Only Working Horse Ranch

My Early Years in the Canadian Rockies - A Park Warden’s Story

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