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1 Ciarloni, Diane, and Jim Goodhue, Kim Guenther, Frank Holmes, Betsy Lunch, Larry Thornton Legends Outstanding Quarter Horse Stallions and Mares
Colorado Springs, CO Western Horseman Magazine 1997 0911647406 / 9780911647402 First Edition First Printing; Softcover Very Good+ 
Softcover is heavy glazed paper with black lettering on the spine. Pages are clean and tight; book appears as if unused. . Scarcer true first edition. States First Printing: October 1997. Extensively illustrated with b/w photos, charts and pedigrees. The third volume of a series that has just kept expanding. This volume profiles a number of stallions and mares who gained fame in the American Quarter Horse Association [AQHA], formed in 1940, and now the world's largest horse breed registry. Many of these horse played role in the formation of the breed, others are more contremporary. Many gained fame on the QH track, others claimed fame in the show ring, and many did both. A number of them are household names in the QH industry because of their additional impact on the breed as sires and dams. Each chapter is about a specific stallion or mare, and inclues a 4 generation pedigree, ummary of the horse's permformance record and sire or production record, as well as photos. One of the breeds that America made, and is justly famous for, and proud of. See book #1851. Oversized, 3.#. ; Legends Series; Vol. 3; B&W Illustrations; 8 x 11; 205 pages; Light shelf wear, rubbing/scuffing, crease at bottom of front corner; light bumping. A few pages have some creasing. 
Price: 15.50 USD
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