Lucinda Dyer is a freelance writer, literary publicist, and contributing editor to "Publishers Weekly." She competes in dressage at the training-level. She lives in Franklin, Tennessee.
"Insightful and educational and at times amusing and at others poignant." --"Chiltern & Thames Rider" "Full of rehabilitation advice from vets and professionals." --"Gaitpost" "No one has approached the topic quite the same way Dyer has, which is what makes "Back to Work" such a valuable book." --"Horse Illustrated" "Dyer's new book, chock full of rehabilitation advice and know-how, helps you avoid problems while keeping your spirits high as you tackle the task." --"Northwest Rider Magazine" "A useful book for anyone whose horse has taken time off as a result of injury or illness. With great expert advice from 11 veterinarians and equine professionals, you'll learn how to get your horse back to his best." --"Horse & Rider" "This fun-to-read book deals with the horse or rider who has been injured and is coming back into work. You'll find ideas on how to handle a horse with pent-up energy from being stall-bound, massage tips, even how to cope with your own nerves after a long riding layoff."" "--"Horse Country" "A very useful guide to help your horse while he's recovering from an illness or injury and help you keep a positve outlook along the way. A good source of information and emotional support when times get tough." --"Horsemen's Yankee""Pedlar"