Confessions of a Timid Rider
Confessions of a Timid Rider is a memoir detailing Heather Wallace’s insights about being an anxiety-ridden but passionate equestrian. After returning to riding as a mother, she is determined to follow her dreams in spite of the fear that she is somehow lacking in talent or ability. An in-depth look into the heart and head of a returning adult equestrian, this memoir is not limited to those people with horse experience. In fact, Confessions of a Timid Rider is the perfect book to read for anyone who questions their value and worth in their designated profession or life choice. Motivational and inspirational, this book will make you determined to pursue your dreams despite the inner voice that says you aren’t good enough.
The Handbook of Excuses Series
Equestrian Handbook of Excuses, Second Editon
A fun and sarcastic photography book that will strike a chord with all horse lovers. As equestrians we are united by our love of horses. But whether you own, lease, or borrow some days you just want to call your trainer and cancel. For those days I’ve compiled a handy list of excuses to tell our trainers, our horses, or ourselves for why today just isn’t a good day to ride. Suitable for every level of rider, from lead line to Grand Prix. Available in my shop or on Amazon.
Equestrian Handbook of Excuses, First Edition
This pocket-sized book is perfect as a gift or stocking stuffer. As equestrians we are united by our love of horses. But whether you own, lease, or borrow some days you just want to call your trainer and cancel. For those days I’ve compiled a handy list of excuses to tell our trainers, our horses, or ourselves for why today just isn’t a good day to ride. Suitable for every level of rider, from lead line to Grand Prix.
Reviews for Equestrian Handbook of Excuses
“Charming, Witty, Exactly What We Need on Those Days We Just Don’t Feel It. Heather Wallace sums up all of these sentiments and simultaneously provides solidarity, humor, and encouragement to all the riders who feel this way from time to time.” Lindsey Rains, Alta Mira Horsemanship.
“This handbook is adorable! I think I’ve used most of these excuses and found a few that I’ll keep in mind the next time my barn mates try and get me on a trail ride when I’m just not feeling it. Wink wink. It would make a cute, inexpensive gift for someone who is discouraged in their riding or for someone who just needs a pick me up.” Mary Katherine Morris, Equine Photographer.
“A great concise handbook of every excuse you can think of to NOT ride – from it being too cold to thinking that your four legged friend is a bit too sleepy when you arrive at the yard… The Equestrian Handbook of Excuses has them all!!!” Sophie Tunnah, Team Tunnah Eventing.
“We equestrians are no different than anyone else for making excuses not to do what we need to be doing; this includes riding. This little book is funny and will undoubtedly make you smile. Just sit back and count how many of these excuses you’ve used in the past!” Tina Collins, With the Stroke of the Pen.