... very similar to one to be found in Mr. Rarey's “Horse Training”—“Abad-tempered man cannot be a good horseman. ... “Fox-hunting, I maintain, is entitled to be considered one of the fine arts, standing somewhere between music and ...
Author: J.S. Rarey
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: A New Ilustrated Edition of J.S. Rarey ́s Art of Taming Horses by J.S. Rarey
The modern art of taming wild horses . By J. S. Rarey . Columbus : Printed by The State Journal Company . 1856 . Rt Verso title - page reads : " Entered according to Act of Congress , in the year 1855. " Pink - paper wrappers . 62 pp .
Author: Robert W. Henderson
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
An indispensable guide and checklist for sports historians and collectors of sports publications. It has attempted to include everything printed concerning sports by both American and foreign authors that was published in the United States or Canada prior to 1860.
Author: J. S. (John Solomon) 1827-1866 Rarey
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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