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Publisher: New York, Random House, NY. (1967): 1967
Edition: No Later Printings Indicated.
Seller ID: 368
Condition: Very Good
4 to. Very Good hardbound. 129 pgs. Pictorial boards. Very light edge and corner wear, small red house stamp on bottom edge, else clean and unmarked. Illustrated frontis and throughout. Photographs on endpapers and within text, including three color portfolios by Walter D. Osborne. Contents: In the Beginning, The Wild Relatives of the Horse, Man and Horse Together, Riding Iinto Battle, The Horsemen From Hell, The Horse Crosses the Atlantic, The Horse Indians, Horse trading and Raiding, The Hot Bloods, The Cold Bloods, The Warm Bloods, Points of the Horse, Colors Patches and Spots, Horseman's T... View more info
Publisher: Washington, Government Printing Office: 1907
Edition: Revised Edition.
Seller ID: 1512
608 pgs. Good condition brown cloth hardcover. Original binding sound. Wear and rubbing to cloth at corners and spine edges. Rubbed spots on cloth at top of spine, scattered worn spots on front and rear boards. Endpapers lightly foxed, internally very good, clean and unmarked. Numerous detailed illustrations in black and white and multi tone are all present. Contents (chapters by various authors): the examination of a sick horse, methods of administering medicines, diseases of the digestive organs, diseases of the urinary organs, diseases of the respiratory organs, diseases of the generative o... View more info
Publisher: United States, A.S. Barnes and Company: 1946
Edition: 2nd Printing
Seller ID: 1783
Condition: Very Good
519 pgs. Very Good condition cloth hardcover, light general shelf wear, owner name on front endpaper else clean and unmarked. A broad-ranging alphabetic compilation of terminology and facts pertaining to all aspects of horses and horsemanship. Interspersed with photos and drawings. Appended are statistics pertaining to harness, flat and hurdle racing, recognized hunts, famous horses, famous horses of fiction, Western and hunting terms. Also laid in is a portion of a letter from J.H. Mellinger of The Americana Institute, recommending reading of additional titles by Jack Widmer, Margaret Cabell ... View more info