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1 Bowen, Edward L. Bold Ruler Thoroughbred Legends
Lexington, KY Eclipse Press 2005 1581501307 / 9781581501308 First Edition Hardcover New in Near Fine dust jacket 
Hard cover is brown with inset b/w photo of Bold Ruler. Title in gold on front and gold lettering on spine. Brown and white monochrome endpapers. Pages are clean and tight; this is a NEW book. Illustrated with 46 b/w photographs. Stitched in black, satin book mark. Bold Ruler was one of the great horses in the 1950s, racing against Iron Liege, Round Table and Gallant Man. He was trained by the legendary 'Sunny' Jim Fitzsimmons. In 1957 he was named Horse of the Year. He was forced to retire, due to injury, during his 4 year old season, when he went to stud. As a stud, he has had virtually unequalled success, including the top North American sire for a modern record of 8 seasons. His greatest offspring was the magnificent Secretariat, among many others. Pedigree; Past Performances; Notes; Index. ; Thoroughbred Legends Series; Vol. 24; B&W Photographs; 0.8 x 8.1 x 6 Inches; 192 pages; DJ has slight rubbing; in a mylar cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Bowen, Edward L. Bold Ruler Thoroughbred Legends
Lexington, KY Eclipse Press 2005 1581501307 / 9781581501308 First Edition Hardcover New in Near Fine dust jacket 
Hard cover is brown with inset b/w photo of Bold Ruler. Title in gold on front and gold lettering on spine. Brown and white monochrome endpapers. Pages are clean and tight; this is a NEW book. Illustrated with 46 b/w photographs. Stitched in black, satin book mark. Bold Ruler was one of the great horses in the 1950s, racing against Iron Liege, Round Table and Gallant Man. He was trained by the legendary 'Sunny' Jim Fitzsimmons. In 1957 he was named Horse of the Year. He was forced to retire, due to injury, during his 4 year old season, when he went to stud. As a stud, he has had virtually unequalled success, including the top North American sire for a modern record of 8 seasons. His greatest offspring was the magnificent Secretariat, among many others. Pedigree; Past Performances; Notes; Index. ; Thoroughbred Legends Series; Vol. 24; B&W Photographs; 0.8 x 8.1 x 6 Inches; 192 pages; DJ has slight rubbing; in a mylar cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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3 Bowen, Edward L. From Foal to Champion
New York Stewart Tabori & Chang 1991 1556702051 / 9781556702051 First Edition First Printing; Hardcover Near Fine Illustrated by Dell Hancock 
Color Illustrations; 10.90 X 9 X 1 inches; 152 pages; Cover is green cloth boards with gold lettering on front and spine. Very slight rubbing to cover. Pages are clean and tight. Green endpapers. Extensively illustrated with 100+ color photographs of most aspects of racehorse life, for the horses and their attendant humans and 'barn friends'. Slip case is matcing green cloth with color paste down on front. Slight rubbing to slip case. "Chronicles the lives of racehorses from birth to retirement, featuring behind-the-scenes glimpses of many of the greats: the birth of Secretariat's offspring, the heavily guarded Alydar exercising in early morning solitude, and the champion Spectacular Bid being fitted for new shoes". 
Price: 16.75 USD
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4 Bowen, Edward L. Man O' War Thoroughbred Legends, No. 1
Lexington, KY Eclipse Press/The Blood-Horse Inc. 2000 1581500408 / 9781581500400 First Edition First Printing; Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good- dust jacket 
Cover is green cloth with b/w pastedown on front; blind stamping of series on front, and title in gold lettering on front and spine. Green monochrome endpapers, with a design of horsehoes. Stitched in satin bookmark. Pages are clean and tight; book appears as if unused. Illustrated with 42 b/w photos. One of the most famous horses to ever set foot on an American racetrack. He only raced during his 2 year old and 3 year old seasons, retiring with a 20 victories in 21 races; ironically, his only loss was to a horse named Upset. Big Red, as he was nicknamed, was a dominant force not only on the track, but after his retirement he influenced generations, down until today, of racehorses, being one of the most sought after stallions. The famed horse Sea Biscuit [of book and movie bestselling fame], was his grandson, and raced in the 'race of the century', a match race, against War Admiral, a son of Big Red's. His statue, very fittingly, greets you at the entrance of the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, in the heart of the bluegrass region, renowned for its horsebreeding farms. In his day he was as big a sports idol as any human, the Babe Ruth or Magic Johnson of the horse racing world. Terrific book. ISBN on copyright page is 1581500432, a different title. ; Thoroughbred Legends Series; B&W Photographs; 6 1/4 x 8 1/2; 159 pages; Cover has minor bumping and slight rubbing on front. DJ has extensive crumpling/crinkling at top and bottom of front, 3/4" tear at bottom of spine; in a mylar cover. 
Price: 24.75 USD
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