Horses – From Dealer To Covert By Spider Jacobson

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Having decided to hunt, one has to do that most objectionable of all things, make up ones mind. Firstly, shall we buy cc screws at the right price, ride them till they blow up, feed them to the hounds and start again Secondly, shall we buy sould, young, made horses six-, seven- or eightyear-olds that are nappy straighten them out and sell them Or thirdly, shall we buy nice quality, sound young horses, pray to our Gods who frequently, I am bound to admit, appear amazingly deaf that they wont break down, make these equine wonders into star-turn hunters and sell them at an enormous profit, whereby, having cashed your cheque you can once more wallc into your bank without having first to ascertain whether the manager has gone out to lunch or iiot Let us first take the man who decided to buy screws. It greatly depends on what country he is going to hunt in. Slould he he hunting it1 the tmuch despised provinces where you dont have enormous grass fields to gallop over and the proverbial fast twenty minutes does not come off too often well then, buy a high-class horse who has gone in the wind, you can usually get them from upwards, which, if they had been sound, would quite liltely have cost upwards…

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Bound in green cloth with gilt titling on spine; no dustjacket. Top edge edge painted in green. Some deckle edging is present. Some slight crerasing to the lower front and top back boards. Some minor shelfwear and slight tanning due to age. Cracking to hinge on the first page of Chapter 1. A little blitering to the bottom right of front board. Hardcover. Published by Constable 1933

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Weight 0.507 kg