A Driving Horse Photo Albumby Robert Mischka
A photographic study of the finer details of carriage driving. Over 300 color photographs from 2004-2005 show the wide diversity of driving horses, events, and turnouts in North America. By acclaimed horse photographer Bob Mischka. HB 167pp.
All About Manes & Tailsby Carolyn Henderson
A step-by-step guide to making the most of your horse's appearance
for the show ring. Learn how to pull and trim manes and tails. Various braiding techniques
are well described and illustrated. PB 24 pp.
Carriage Turnoutsby Carriage Association of America
The correct style of turnout appropriate for different types of carriages is detailed. Paint colors, upholstery, lamps, trim, harness, fittings, appointments, and suitability of horses are outlined. Proper dress for drivers, grooms, and passengers is discussed. This revised edition contains images from the CAA's Carriage Identification Chart plus a table of pole and shaft dimensions. The classic reference for all drivers interested in preserving the traditions of the sport. PB 72pp.
Clippingby Carolyn & John Henderson
In order for a horse to work more comfortably in the winter, a body clip may be considered. Various styles of clips are explained
and tips are given to make the job easier. Trimming of the head, mane, and legs is also discussed. PB 24 pp.
Driving Horse-Drawn Carriages for Pleasureby Francis Underhill
A reprint of the classic 1897 guide on coaching, tandem driving, pleasure carriages, stables, livery, and harness. Included are 124 vintage photos that depict a variety of well turned out vehicles. PB 164 pp.
Judging Carriage Drivingby Sallie Walrond
A valuable handbook for judges, competitors, and spectators. A systematic explanation of judging various driving classes, including donkeys, disabled drivers, tandems, randems, coaching and horse driving trials. The judging systems of the USA, Australia, New Zealand, and England are covered. PB 118 pp.
Standard References for Traditional Drivers: Carriage and Harness Careby the Carriage Association of America
Volume V in this educational series outlines the proper maintenance, care, and storage of driving equipment. Includes sound advice for protecting your investment in carriages and harness. PB 12 pp.
Standard References for Traditional Drivers: Definitionsby the Carriage Association of America
Provides definitions and descriptions of harness and carriage parts used in the CAA series above. PB 6 pp.
Standard References for Traditional Drivers: Dog Cart Phaeton and American Trapby the Carriage Association of America
Volume II in this educational series focuses on the Dog-Cart Phaeton and the American Trap. PB 8 pp.
Standard References for Traditional Drivers: Gentlemen's Turnoutsby the Carriage Association of America
Volume 7 describes those carriages traditionally driven by men. Proper turnout for both formal and sporting driving is covered. Details regarding the correct harness, horses, appointments, and attire are included. PB 12 pp.