6 of the Best: Tait's Top Horses
What does it take for an equestrian to reach the Olympic heights: to bring home the gold? Blyth Tait knows, because he's topped the world rankings many times. And, he did it with 6 very special horses--shown in superb, especially commissioned photographs--that matched him every step of the way. Tait talks about their characters, different problems and talents, and how he has approached riding each one, as well as human preparation for the competitions. A Main Selection of the Equestrian Book Club.
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world champion Messiah
big bold galloping Ricochet
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