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Author    Bolton, Lyndon

Title   Training the Horse: 'Thoughts on Riding'

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   New York October House (1968).

Seller ID   001799

Revised edition. Green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. 100 pp. Illustrated. No dust jacket. Light wear to binding, previous owner's name & phone number.

Nonfiction, Instruction, Animals, Horse, Horses, Equestrian, Training, Riding, Dressage

Price = 15.95 USD


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