Jimmy Wofford posted on Practical Horseman his winter Reading List:

For my continuing education in dressage, I would read one of the following:

  • Riding Logic by Wilhelm Museler
  • Academic Equitation by Gen. de Carpentry
  • Complete Training of Horse & Rider by Alois Podhasky
  • Practical Dressage Manual by Bengt Lundquist
  • Advanced Techniques of Dressage by the German National Equestrian Federation

If you have read any three of the dressage books above, then consider reading one of the following:

  • Centered Riding by Sally Swift
  • Riding Toward the Light by Paul Belasik
  • Basic Training of the Young Horse by Reiner Klimke

For my show jumping continuing education, I would read one of the following:

  • The de Nemethy Method by Bertalan de Nemethy
  • Reflections on Riding and Jumping by William Steinkraus
  • Training Show Jumpers by Anthony Paalman
  • Training Hunters, Jumpers and Hacks by Col. Harry D. Chamberlin
  • Jumping is Jumping by Jane Wallace

Again, if you have read several of the above works, then you might consider reading one of the following:

  • Anne Kursinski’s Jumping Clinic by Anne Kursinski
  • Hunter Seat Equitation by George Morris
  • Winning With Frank Chapot by Frank Chapot