2 edition of way of a man with a horse found in the catalog.
way of a man with a horse
|Statement||Geoffrey Brooke ; Veterinary notes by Col. Todd. a chapter on pig-sticking by Arthur Brooke.|
|Series||The Lonsdale library of sports, games & pastimes|
|Contributions||Todd, Colonel., Brooke, Arthur.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Horsemanship: the way of a man with a horse, a practical book on horsemanship Hardcover – January 1, by Geoffrey BROOKE (Author) See all 2 Author: Geoffrey BROOKE. The Way of a Man with a Horse: A Practical Book on Horsemanship by Todd and Geoffrey Brooke (Trade Cloth) The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).
The Way of a Man with a Horse A Practical Book on Horsemanship by Lieut-Col. Geoffrey Brooke DSO MC author of "Horse Sense and Horsemanship To-day" With Veterinary Notes by Col AG Todd RAVC DSO and a chapter on Pigsticking by Lieut-Col Arthur Brooke DSO MC WM - $60 SOLD More Collectible Books.
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