Horse-Control and the Bit

By: Roberts, Thomas Alexander

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Richmond, South Australia: Self Published, 1977. 500 g; 136 pages, indexed, illustrated worth 88 in text figures being a mixture of hand drawn diagrams, and black-and-white photographs. In original hardcover binding, with photographic illustrated dustwrapper which lists the author's next book and its provisional chapters. The dust jacket is slightly faded on the top edge and either side of the spine. Nevertheless an attractive book. "The work is by no means limited to bits but it also includes chapters covering most of the accessories used to control the horse, such as -- drop nosebands, martingales, running reins, head checks and reins of all kinds." -- from the introduction. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Photographic and Diagrammatic. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Equestrian.

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