"Your magazine gets better and better. I am so grateful for the interesting articles, the beautiful pictures, and all of the information you provide. Thank you,"
Katie, California
"I just wanted to thank you for all the useful and enjoyable articles I’ve read in Driving Digest over the years. I’ve enjoyed (and used) the practical training exercises, the explanations of driving esoterica (never knew that about robes – had to hem mine up!), and the social and organizational side of things, all of it!

I just now finished turning back to an old issue to review an exercise from Andy Marcoux. So clearly explained and useful! I had put it in practice when I read it earlier, and it did the job. But I wanted to refresh my memory and now am ready to practice with it again. Thank you for all your work and the really beautiful photography."
Carol, California
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Robin, Oregon
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Jason, Kentucky
"Well, I thought the last issue was terrific, but it pales in comparison to this current one! Oh my gosh, it is so lively. My favorite is “What’s in Your Barn.” The way “The Big Top of Driving” was told made it so interesting and energetic. The caption on page 36: Keeping her full attention on her student….Even the Rockefeller article because it told us about two carriage driving places – Acadia and Pocantico Hills. Hats off to this month's magazine. It just sparkles with the way it is told and laid out, and the photos were extra outstanding – especially the "Family Album."
Jacqueline, Ohio
"Great issue – I haven’t put it down. Really enjoyed the Flint Cart article and the Keeneland article too."
Jerry, NY
"I just wanted to let you know as a Driving Digest subscriber for a number of years how great I found your last issue to be. As the President of a fairly new club (2015), I am frequently asked: "When is a horse ready for the next step?" Your "Knowing when the time is right" article is tried and true advice I can give to those who ask. I also found the article on insurance to be a great help, as one of the first club stumbling blocks was insurance. Our club even lost some members due to the insurance issue. Each issue of Driving Digest gets better and better."
Linda, ID
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Sharon, NC
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Aggie, NC
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Seana, CA
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Mike, VA

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