The encyclopedia of the horse by C.E.G & JACKSON, G.N. (eds). HOPE

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Several Color Photographs of the different breeds in the first 37 pages of the book. Alphabetically covers the complete horse from a to z. History, types of use such as racing in its various forms, performiong horses and etc. anatomy, careers, nationality use of , breeding, auctions. Just about everything is found in this comprehensive encyclopedia of horses.
 

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Published January 1, 1973 by Peerage Books. 335 pages
Genres: Education & Reference.

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The late lieutenant-Colonel Hope and Mr. Jackson, both international authorities on horse riding and management, alphabetically cover all the equestrian terms and events, every breed, historical and anatomical aspects, etc., complemented handsomely with color illustrations.

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