Native American Authors


GaWaNi Pony Boy

Cherokee

Pony Boy is a Tsalagi. He earned his MA in Boston and is an accomplished writer and horse trainer. He has authored several books and training videos on horsemanship and travels the country teaching others how to establish better relationships with their horses. Pony Boy is the editor of Women and Horses magazine and founder of Iyuptala University, an online college which focuses on equine studies.

 

Online resources by or about GaWaNi Pony Boy:

Bowtie Press: A new breeding of pet books
Author: Bowtie Press
Type: authorbio
Description: This includes a brief biography along with a few Q&A. Most significant, is the list of books (along with excerpts) Pony Boy has published through Bowtie Press and their reviews.
URL: http://catfancy.com/bowtie/ponyboy2.asp

GaWaNi Pony Boy
Type: gensource
Description: This is Pony Boy's business website. It includes a biography, a list of his books, and horse training videos. There is also information for Iyuptala University, Pony Boy's online school for teaching equine studies. Posted is also tour infornation and news and press releases.
URL: http://ponyboy.com/

Women & Horses Magazine
Author: GaWaNi Pony Boy
Type: gensource
Description: "As the world's only magazine devoted exclusively to horse women, their needs and interests, Women & Horses Magazine celebrates the special bond that so many women enjoy with their horses." Subscription is required.
URL: http://www.women-horses.com/

Books by GaWaNi Pony Boy:

Pony Boy, GaWaNi. Horse, Follow Closely
Irvine : Bowtie Press, 1998.
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 1-889540-22-6

Pony Boy, GaWaNi. Of Women and Horses
Irvine : Bowtie Press, 2000.
Genre: Essays
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 1-889540-52-8

Pony Boy, GaWaNi. Out of the Saddle
Irvine : Bowtie Press, 1998.
Audience: Youth
ISBN: 1-889540-37-4

Pony Boy, GaWaNi. Time Well Spent
Irvine : Bowtie Press, 1999.
ISBN: 1-889540-42-0


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