Practical Light Horse Breeding.
Wall, John F.

Washington, D. C. : American Remount Association, 1931. 8" x 5.5". 171pp. Red cloth covered boards with gilt lettering some edge wear and general use; overall a VG+ copy. Foreword by E. R. Bradley. Illustrated with black and white photos. An important equestrian reference discussing the aspects of operations of breeding horses. Information includes how to organize stable personnel, buildings required including paddocks, soil and grass types, stallions, broadmares, foals, medical information, security and breeding hygiene, and parasites. Includes a chapter on the American horse in sport, on the farm, and in the army, and a chapter on producing the Hunter, the Charger, and the polo pony. Three appendices provide information on the registration of young horses, the horse sports calendar, and the Thoroughbred Sire List presented at the 1931 Saratoga Yearling Sales. Hardcover (Item ID: 6435)

$20.00

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