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41 Britton, Vanessa The Horse Owner's Problem Solver Provides Practical Solutions to the Most Common Problems Relating to Horse Care and Management
Newton Abbot, Devon, UK David & Charles 2002 0715313177 / 9780715313176 First Paperback Edition Softcover New 
Pages are clean and tight. This is a NEW book. Illustrated with dozens of color and b/w photos. Book parts are: The Grass-kept Horse; Stable Management; Health & Veterinary Care; Feeding & Nutrition. Lots of great information for any horseperson. Includes how to take a horse's temperature, navicular, parasites, supplements, dentistry, when to get the vet, what to have in an on-site emergency care kit, etc. Really nice 'one stop' volume with loads of handy, clearly written and illustrated information for anyone caring for a horse. ; Photographs; 7 1/2 x 10 1/4; 158 pages 
Price: 13.25 USD
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42 Brooks, Patty (Ed.) Who's Who In New England Morgandom, Volume II
No Place New England Morgan Horse Association N.D. First Edition (?) Soft Cover Very Good 
Softcover is colorful, heavy paper. Overall pages are clean and tight. No date of publication, but last listed dates for any horses, awards, etc. , is 1984, so likely published in 1984 or 1985. Lavishly illustrated with 150+ b/w photographs. Overall, divided into sections by states, with each state outline divided into lettered regions. Covers Connecticut, Maine, Massachussetts, New Hampshire, Vermont [where the Morgan Horse is the official state animal]; Outside New England. Scarce and excellent reference book for those enchanted by this truly all American breed. ; Who's Who in New England Morgandom Series; B&W Photographs; 11 x 8 1/2; 244 pages; Cover has significant shelf wear, bumping, creasing, rubbing/scuffing,1.5" x 1.5" light oil/grease stain (? ) at top of back cover, some of it on back 60 pages or so. 
Price: 37.50 USD
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43 Brotchie, J. F. , ; editor Tack Room Talk October 1972
Beverly, MA TRT Publications 1972 Softcover Very Good+ 
B&W Illustrations; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2; 38 pages; Soft cover is stapled wraps. Has sepia color hunting picture on front. Light rubbing, scuffing, shelf wear to covers. Pages are clean and tight. Leafs 17 -27 show a faint stain at bottom, which does not intrude into the text or pictures. Has various articles on many horse related topics, racing, dressage, olympics, breeding, horse shows.....by various authors. Also includes many older ads. Illustrated with b/w drawings and photos. Pretty nifty periodical from the early 70s, showing how much things have changed, and stayed the same, in the horse world. Scarce title. 
Price: 26.50 USD
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Samurai 1550-1600   Weapons ---- Armour----Tactics, Bryant, Anthony &  Angus McBride
44 Bryant, Anthony & Angus McBride Samurai 1550-1600 Weapons ---- Armour----Tactics
Oxford, England Osprey Publishing 2001 1855323451 / 9781855323452 Reprint Reprint; Soft Cover Very Good+ Illustrated by Angus McBride 
Warrior Series Series; B & W and Color; 10 X 7.60 X 0.20 inches; 64 pages; Later printing, 2001. Softcover has light shelf wear, bumping, rubbing/scuffing. Red spine with white lettering. Lavishly illustrated with 51 b/w drawings and photographs and 12 full page color plates. "The definitive source fof information on the weapons, armour, tactics and motivation of history's fighting men. ....Highly detailed cutaways and exploded artwork of the weaponry and armour, combined with scenes showing the tactics used in action....give the reader a unique insight into the life of the soldier." 
Price: 8.50 USD
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How Your Horse Wants You to Ride  Starting Out, Starting Over, Bucklin, Gincy Self
45 Bucklin, Gincy Self How Your Horse Wants You to Ride Starting Out, Starting Over
Howell Book House 2004 0764570994 / 9780764570995 First Edition First Printing; Hardcover New 
B&W Illustrations; 9.40 X 6.30 X 1.30 inches; xviii, 414 pages; Illustrated, picture boards have slight shelf wear. White spine with black lettering. This is a NEW book. Pages tight and very crisp. Illustrated with b/w pictures. In this breakthrough guide, renowned riding expert Gincy Self Bucklin offers adult riders a unique, proven method for developing a good physical, mental, and emotional relationship with a horse. Whether you're a beginner, a more experienced rider looking to enhance your skills, or someone who used to ride but is reluctant to try again, Bucklin's step-by-step exercises - slowly and carefully practiced first on the ground and then on your horse - will have you riding with confidence and without fear. You'll build a safe and caring partnership with your horse. Really helpful book for adults, starting to ride, or starting over. 4 appendices; index. 
Price: 11.75 USD
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More How Your Horse Wants You to Ride  Advanced Basics, The Fun Begins  ), Bucklin, Gincy Self
46 Bucklin, Gincy Self More How Your Horse Wants You to Ride Advanced Basics, The Fun Begins )
Indianapolis, IN Howell Book House 2006 0764599143 / 9780764599149 Hardcover New 
Howell Equestrian Library (Hardcover Series; B&W Illustrations; 9.37 X 6.14 X 1.02 inches; xii,339 pages; Hard cover is glazed boards. Brown spine with white lettering. Pages are clean and tight. Illustrated with dozens of b/w photographs and drawings/diagrams. “What makes good riding correct is that it makes the desired task the easiest, most effective thing for the horse to do. ” My horse would possibly disagree; it can take a long time for a horse to realize what you are asking is EASIER, not harder. Treats never hurt! 'Gincy Self Bucklin is the daughter of Margaret Cabell Self, renowned riding teacher and author of over 40 books on horses and riding. Gincy’s mother was the first writer to produce a book intended for readers who knew nothing at all about horses. As one of those clueless riders, I grew up reading many of her mother's books. Gincy began assisting in her mother’s riding program when she was twelve, launching a career that has lasted over 60 years. Teaching first in her mother’s stable and later in stables that she managed herself, Gincy has taught with the help of instructors whom she herself trained in her methods. Her pupils have included recreational riders of all ages and levels, many of whom showed extensively in hunters, jumpers, dressage and combined training, and often became professional horsemen themselves'. Many good, basic, common sense suggestions and directions for riding safely [horse and rider] and FUN! 
Price: 14.25 USD
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47 Burger, Udo The Way To Perfect Horsemanship Translated by Nicole Bartle
London J. A. Allen & Co. , Ltd. 1998 0851317243 / 9780851317243 First English Edition Hardcover New 
Hard cover is glazed boards. Cream colored endpapers. Pages are clean and tight, still crisp; this is a NEW book. Illustrated with 37 b/w photos and drawings. Chapters are: Horsemanship; Fundamental Principles; Outline; Horseman's Tools; Elementary Biomechanics; A Horseman's Diagnosis; Conclusion. "...first published in German in 1959, it was immediately recognized as a classic work of equestrian literature. It gives the reader a clear insight into the psychology of the horse as well as examining its muscular system and mechanics of movement. It explains in detail the basic principles of training, the fundamentals of riding and the effect of the aids. Everyone, whether teacher, trainer, competitor, judge or occasional rider, will benefit enormously from the study of this book....Burger was one of Germany's most esteemed veterinary surgeons, an accomplished horseman, a learned and observant animal psychologist and a highly respected judge of horses and horsemanship. He died in 1985". Another great classic title for anyone's horse/dressage library. ; Allens Classic Series 1 Series; B&W Illustrations; 6 x 9; 254 pages; Very slight scuffing and minor bumping. 
Price: 64.50 USD
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48 Burger, Udo The Way To Perfect Horsemanship Translated by Nicole Bartle
London J. A. Allen & Co. , Ltd. 1998 0851317243 / 9780851317243 First English Edition Hardcover New 
Hard cover is glazed boards. Cream colored endpapers. Pages are clean and tight, still crisp; this is a NEW book. Illustrated with 37 b/w photos and drawings. Chapters are: Horsemanship; Fundamental Principles; Outline; Horseman's Tools; Elementary Biomechanics; A Horseman's Diagnosis; Conclusion. "...first published in German in 1959, it was immediately recognized as a classic work of equestrian literature. It gives the reader a clear insight into the psychology of the horse as well as examining its muscular system and mechanics of movement. It explains in detail the basic principles of training, the fundamentals of riding and the effect of the aids. Everyone, whether teacher, trainer, competitor, judge or occasional rider, will benefit enormously from the study of this book....Burger was one of Germany's most esteemed veterinary surgeons, an accomplished horseman, a learned and observant animal psychologist and a highly respected judge of horses and horsemanship. He died in 1985". Another great classic title for anyone's horse/dressage library. ; Allens Classic Series 1 Series; B&W Illustrations; 6 x 9; 254 pages; Very slight scuffing and minor bumping. 
Price: 34.50 USD
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49 Burger, Udo Way to Perfect Horsemanship
London J.A.Allen & Co Ltd 1986 0851313043 / 9780851313047 5th revised Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Soft cover is plain, cream colored paper, with a glossy cream colored DJ. Black lettering on front and spine. 5th revised edition, originally in German, translated by Nicole Bartle. Illustrated with dozens of b/w photographs and drawings. "...first published in 1959, was immeditately recognised as a classic of equestrian literature. It has since been reprinted 5 times in Germany...J. A. Allen chose this title as the first in ther new series 'Classics of Horsemanship', a uniform collection of works exclusively devoted to serious work on the art of equitation by classical riding teachers and their disciples. Another classic which Dr. Burger wrote is the 'must have' "THE RIDER FORMS THE HORSE". "...Burger was one of Germany's most esteemed equine veterinary surgeons, an accomplished and complete horseman, a learned and oberservant animals psychologist, a highly repected judge of horseflesh and horsemanship. He died in 1985." Glossary of terms. both of Dr. Burger's books are essential for any serious rider, dressage or not. your horse will thank you!; Classics of Horsemanship Series Series; B&W Illustrations; 9.20 X 6.10 X 1 inches; 254 pages; Cover has slight bumping; DJ has light bumping and rubbing/sunning; in a mylar cover. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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50 Burger, Udo and Otto Zietzschmann The Rider Forms The Horse: Function and Development of the Muscles of the Riding Horse
Warrendorf, Germany FN Verlag Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung E. V. 2003 3885424886 / 9783885424888 First English Edition Soft Cover New 
NEW book; still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Soft cover, maroon ground with grey lettering; grey spine with maroon lettering. Back flap folds out to show figure 4, in color. Pages are clean and tight. Multiple copies available. Illustrated with 24 b/w photographs and drawings from the 1939 edition; additionally there are 23 color photographs added to the 2003 edition. "The photographs have been retained in their authentic form in order to maintain the integrity of the original book because the prints relate technically very closely to the text and should only serve to better illustrate the training of the horse to the rider". Translated by Teresa Hoffmann. "In this book, first published in 1939, the authors....set out clearly and precisely the requirements for the successful training and long and healthy life of the riding horse. The authors explain the physiological facts which are the foundation of the teaching of riding and discuss important factors in the training of the horse and how to recognize and rectify training problems. Olympic champion and former German and US national trainer, Klaus Balkenhol and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann...as well as other prominent figures in the equestrian world, set out why this book is just as important to today's riders and horsemen as when it was written. According to Klaus Balkenhol, average horses can be made into top horses through correct training and an understanding of the links between muscular function and the construction of the skeleton working in combination during the different phases of trining. From the point of view of the veterinary practitioner, correct and well-thought-through riding remains the best way to prevent all injuries to the horse. Dr. Gerd Heuschmann considers this book to be compulsory reading for all competition and amateur riders of every equestrian discipline who feel responsible for their horses, and for trainers, judges and veterinary practitioners". This edition has a foreword by Klaus Balkenol; thoughts on the book by Dr. Gerd Heuschmann; 1989 foreword by Heinz-Dieter Donner; 12 chapters; two appendices, dealing with position and function of the muscles, and a select bibliography. Scarce book to find in English, and still considered one of the great classics of riding titles from the 20th century. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; 120 pages 
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51 Burger, Udo and Otto Zietzschmann The Rider Forms The Horse: Function and Development of the Muscles of the Riding Horse
Warrendorf, Germany FN Verlag Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung E. V. 2003 3885424886 / 9783885424888 First English Edition Soft Cover New 
NEW book; still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Soft cover, maroon ground with grey lettering; grey spine with maroon lettering. Back flap folds out to show figure 4, in color. Pages are clean and tight. Multiple copies available. Illustrated with 24 b/w photographs and drawings from the 1939 edition; additionally there are 23 color photographs added to the 2003 edition. "The photographs have been retained in their authentic form in order to maintain the integrity of the original book because the prints relate technically very closely to the text and should only serve to better illustrate the training of the horse to the rider". Translated by Teresa Hoffmann. "In this book, first published in 1939, the authors....set out clearly and precisely the requirements for the successful training and long and healthy life of the riding horse. The authors explain the physiological facts which are the foundation of the teaching of riding and discuss important factors in the training of the horse and how to recognize and rectify training problems. Olympic champion and former German national trainer [sic, now the trainer for the USA dressage team] Klaus Balkenhol and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann...as well as other prominent figures in the equestrian world, set out why this book is just as important to today's riders and horsemen as when it was written. According to Klaus Balkenhol, average horses can be made into top horses through correct training and an understanding of the links between muscular function and the construction of the skeleton working in combination during the different phases of trining. From the point of view of the veterinary practitioner, correct and well-thought-through riding remains the best way to prevent all injuries to the horse. Dr. Gerd Heuschmann considers this book to be compulsory reading for all competition and amateur riders of every equestrian discipline who feel responsible for their horses, and for trainers, judges and veterinary practicitioners". This edition has a foreword by Klaus Balkenol; thoughts on the book by Dr. Gerd Heuschmann; 1989 foreword by Heinz-Dieter Donner; 12 chapters; two appendices, dealing with position and function of the muscles, and a select bibliography. Scarce book to find in English, and still considered one of the great classics of riding titles from the 20th century. ISBN in book is 3885424886. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; 120 pages 
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52 Burger, Udo and Otto Zietzschmann The Rider Forms The Horse: Function and Development of the Muscles of the Riding Horse
Warrendorf, Germany FN Verlag Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung E. V. 2003 3885424886 / 9783885424888 First English Edition Soft Cover New 
NEW book; still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Soft cover, maroon ground with grey lettering; grey spine with maroon lettering. Back flap folds out to show figure 4, in color. Pages are clean and tight. Multiple copies available. Illustrated with 24 b/w photographs and drawings from the 1939 edition; additionally there are 23 color photographs added to the 2003 edition. "The photographs have been retained in their authentic form in order to maintain the integrity of the original book because the prints relate technically very closely to the text and should only serve to better illustrate the training of the horse to the rider". Translated by Teresa Hoffmann. "In this book, first published in 1939, the authors....set out clearly and precisely the requirements for the successful training and long and healthy life of the riding horse. The authors explain the physiological facts which are the foundation of the teaching of riding and discuss important factors in the training of the horse and how to recognize and rectify training problems. Olympic champion and former German national trainer [sic, after, the trainer for the USA dressage team] Klaus Balkenhol and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann...as well as other prominent figures in the equestrian world, set out why this book is just as important to today's riders and horsemen as when it was written. According to Klaus Balkenhol, average horses can be made into top horses through correct training and an understanding of the links between muscular function and the construction of the skeleton working in combination during the different phases of training. From the point of view of the veterinary practitioner, correct and well-thought-through riding remains the best way to prevent all injuries to the horse. Dr. Gerd Heuschmann considers this book to be compulsory reading for all competition and amateur riders of every equestrian discipline who feel responsible for their horses, and for trainers, judges and veterinary practitioners". This edition has a foreword by Klaus Balkenol; thoughts on the book by Dr. Gerd Heuschmann; 1989 foreword by Heinz-Dieter Donner; 12 chapters; two appendices, dealing with position and function of the muscles, and a select bibliography. Scarce book to find in English, and still considered one of the great classics of riding titles from the 20th century. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; 120 pages 
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53 Burger, Udo and Otto Zietzschmann The Rider Forms The Horse: Function and Development of the Muscles of the Riding Horse
Warrendorf, Germany FN Verlag Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung E. V. 2003 3885424886 / 9783885424888 First English Edition Soft Cover New 
NEW book; still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Soft cover, maroon ground with grey lettering; grey spine with maroon lettering. Back flap folds out to show figure 4, in color. Pages are clean and tight. Multiple copies available. Illustrated with 24 b/w photographs and drawings from the 1939 edition; additionally there are 23 color photographs added to the 2003 edition. "The photographs have been retained in their authentic form in order to maintain the integrity of the original book because the prints relate technically very closely to the text and should only serve to better illustrate the training of the horse to the rider". Translated by Teresa Hoffmann. "In this book, first published in 1939, the authors....set out clearly and precisely the requirements for the successful training and long and healthy life of the riding horse. The authors explain the physiological facts which are the foundation of the teaching of riding and discuss important factors in the training of the horse and how to recognize and rectify training problems. Olympic champion and former German national trainer [sic, after, the trainer for the USA dressage team] Klaus Balkenhol and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann...as well as other prominent figures in the equestrian world, set out why this book is just as important to today's riders and horsemen as when it was written. According to Klaus Balkenhol, average horses can be made into top horses through correct training and an understanding of the links between muscular function and the construction of the skeleton working in combination during the different phases of training. From the point of view of the veterinary practitioner, correct and well-thought-through riding remains the best way to prevent all injuries to the horse. Dr. Gerd Heuschmann considers this book to be compulsory reading for all competition and amateur riders of every equestrian discipline who feel responsible for their horses, and for trainers, judges and veterinary practitioners". This edition has a foreword by Klaus Balkenol; thoughts on the book by Dr. Gerd Heuschmann; 1989 foreword by Heinz-Dieter Donner; 12 chapters; two appendices, dealing with position and function of the muscles, and a select bibliography. Scarce book to find in English, and still considered one of the great classics of riding titles from the 20th century. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; 120 pages 
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54 Burger, Udo and Otto Zietzschmann The Rider Forms The Horse: Function and Development of the Muscles of the Riding Horse
Warrendorf, Germany FN Verlag Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung E. V. 2003 3885424886 / 9783885424888 First English Edition Soft Cover New 
NEW book; still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Soft cover, maroon ground with grey lettering; grey spine with maroon lettering. Back flap folds out to show figure 4, in color. Pages are clean and tight. Multiple copies available. Illustrated with 24 b/w photographs and drawings from the 1939 edition; additionally there are 23 color photographs added to the 2003 edition. "The photographs have been retained in their authentic form in order to maintain the integrity of the original book because the prints relate technically very closely to the text and should only serve to better illustrate the training of the horse to the rider". Translated by Teresa Hoffmann. "In this book, first published in 1939, the authors....set out clearly and precisely the requirements for the successful training and long and healthy life of the riding horse. The authors explain the physiological facts which are the foundation of the teaching of riding and discuss important factors in the training of the horse and how to recognize and rectify training problems. Olympic champion and former German national trainer [sic, now the trainer for the USA dressage team] Klaus Balkenhol and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann...as well as other prominent figures in the equestrian world, set out why this book is just as important to today's riders and horsemen as when it was written. According to Klaus Balkenhol, average horses can be made into top horses through correct training and an understanding of the links between muscular function and the construction of the skeleton working in combination during the different phases of trining. From the point of view of the veterinary practitioner, correct and well-thought-through riding remains the best way to prevent all injuries to the horse. Dr. Gerd Heuschmann considers this book to be compulsory reading for all competition and amateur riders of every equestrian discipline who feel responsible for their horses, and for trainers, judges and veterinary practicitioners". This edition has a foreword by Klaus Balkenol; thoughts on the book by Dr. Gerd Heuschmann; 1989 foreword by Heinz-Dieter Donner; 12 chapters; two appendices, dealing with position and function of the muscles, and a select bibliography. Scarce book to find in English, and still considered one of the great classics of riding titles from the 20th century. ISBN in book is 3885424886. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; 120 pages 
Price: 40.50 USD
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55 Burger, Udo and Otto Zietzschmann The Rider Forms The Horse: Function and Development of the Muscles of the Riding Horse
Warrendorf, Germany FN Verlag Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung E. V. 2003 3885424886 / 9783885424888 First English Edition Soft Cover New 
NEW book; still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Soft cover, maroon ground with grey lettering; grey spine with maroon lettering. Back flap folds out to show figure 4, in color. Pages are clean and tight. Multiple copies available. Illustrated with 24 b/w photographs and drawings from the 1939 edition; additionally there are 23 color photographs added to the 2003 edition. "The photographs have been retained in their authentic form in order to maintain the integrity of the original book because the prints relate technically very closely to the text and should only serve to better illustrate the training of the horse to the rider". Translated by Teresa Hoffmann. "In this book, first published in 1939, the authors....set out clearly and precisely the requirements for the successful training and long and healthy life of the riding horse. The authors explain the physiological facts which are the foundation of the teaching of riding and discuss important factors in the training of the horse and how to recognize and rectify training problems. Olympic champion and former German and US national trainer, Klaus Balkenhol and Dr. Gerd Heuschmann...as well as other prominent figures in the equestrian world, set out why this book is just as important to today's riders and horsemen as when it was written. According to Klaus Balkenhol, average horses can be made into top horses through correct training and an understanding of the links between muscular function and the construction of the skeleton working in combination during the different phases of trining. From the point of view of the veterinary practitioner, correct and well-thought-through riding remains the best way to prevent all injuries to the horse. Dr. Gerd Heuschmann considers this book to be compulsory reading for all competition and amateur riders of every equestrian discipline who feel responsible for their horses, and for trainers, judges and veterinary practitioners". This edition has a foreword by Klaus Balkenol; thoughts on the book by Dr. Gerd Heuschmann; 1989 foreword by Heinz-Dieter Donner; 12 chapters; two appendices, dealing with position and function of the muscles, and a select bibliography. Scarce book to find in English, and still considered one of the great classics of riding titles from the 20th century. ; B&W and Color Illustrations; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; 120 pages 
Price: 19.75 USD
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56 Burt, Don Horses & Other Heroes Recollections and Reflections of a Life with Horses
Guilford, CT The Lyons Press 2002 1585744875 / 9781585744879 First Edition Hardcover New in Near Fine dust jacket 
Cover is orange with tan spine; gold lettering on the spine. Pages are clean and tight; this is a NEW book. "Don Burt has earned a reputation as one of the foremost lecturers, judges and clinicians in the country, and has officiated at the National and World Championships for most major breeds of horse. From his early years...where he taught movie stars how to ride, through his tenure as an advisor to many major equestrian organizations, he has acquired a panoramic perspective of the world of horses...is a lively, funny and useful volume that will delight and instruct anyone who cares about horses". Don Burt has been primarily involved with western riding and quarter horses, particularly reining, and is a past president of the AQHA [American Quarter Horse Association Registry]. ; 6 1/4 x 9 1/4; 198 pages; DJ has very slight bumping. 
Price: 16.75 USD
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57 Calhoun, Mary The Horse Comes First
New York Atheneum 1974 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket Illustrated by John Gretzer 
NOT A FORMER LIBRARY BOOK! Hardcover is red with black lettering on cover and spine. Yellow, textured paper end papers. Pages are clean and tight; appears almost as if unread. Illustrated with b/w drawings. Stated First Edition. Story is about a young girl, who grows up with relatives in the harness racing business, her love for the sport, and desire to learn all she can and become part of this international horse sport! ; B&W Illustrations; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2; 188 pages; Cover has light bumping, shelf wear; previous owner's name tidily written on front end paper; slight smudge from some erased lettering next to the name. No DJ. 
Price: 13.25 USD
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58 Camarillo, Leo Team Roping
Colorado Springs, CO Western Horseman 1992 0911647007 / 9780911647006 Eighth Printing; Paperback Near Fine 
A Western Horseman Book Series; B&W Illustrations; 8 1/2 x 11 ; 143 pages; Soft cover has tan spine with black lettering. Slight shelf wear, appears to be a new book. Pages are clean and tight, as if unused. Lavishly illustrated with dozens of b/w drawings and photographs. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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59 Campbell, Mary E Music for Kur
No Place No Publisher Listed. 1985 First Edition Stapled wraps Very Good+ 
Soft cover is stapled wraps. White ground with black lettering. Pages are clean and tight. Back cover states 'published June 1985'. One, full page b/w arena diagram. Ms. Campbell, from Michigan, was central to the establishment of dressage training and quality in the USA. "USDF Founding Organizers, 1973. These are the dedicated persons who came to Lincoln, Nebraska in 1973, at the call of Lowell Boomer and who founded The United States Dressage Federation. The “Founders’ Endowment Fund, ” established through The Dressage Foundation, is in their honor and will provide education and training for Dressage Instructors and Adult Amateurs". The “Founders’ Endowment Fund, ” established through The Dressage Foundation, is in their honor and will provide education and training for Dressage Instructors and Adult Amateurs". Source, The Dressage Foundation. ; B&W Illustrations; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2; 21 pages; Cover has light sunning, shelf wear. 
Price: 23.50 USD
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60 Campbell, Mary E. ; Foreword by Anne Gribbons Dancing With Your Horse
Middletown, MD Half Halt Press 1989 0939481170 / 9780939481170 Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 
Hardcover is black with gold lettering on spine. Pages are clean and tight. Extensively illustrated with dozens of b/w drawings, diagrams, musical notations, then current dressage tests, etc. Some of the chapters are: basic principles in musical freestyle; a little music theory; working with music; creating your musical freestyle; 2 appendices; index. ; B&W Illustrations; 0.5 x 8.25 x 6 Inches; 125 pages; Cover has slight bumping. DJ has light shelf wear and rubbing/scuffing. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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