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Amazing book from the 1930s * hardcover with a dust jacket * how to control a horse at a walk, trot, canter, and gallop simply explained and illustrated with 185 unusual photographs * .... the pictures in this book are amazing, amazing, amazing! worthy of framing! I did not get a chance to read it .... but I bet if I did, I would be able to ride even the wildest of horse! written by Benjamin Lewis, introduction by John K. Brown, photography by Eugene Friduss * De Lux Edition * 1939 Garden City Publishing Co, Inc. * Copyright 1936 by Benjamin Lewis * 141 pages *

10 inches x 7.5 inches

great vintage condition *the dust jacket has wear along the edges and a few tears * the book itself is very clean ... I do not notice any yellowing , no dog ears or tears to the pages ... the inside of the cover is a little discolored

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vintage Antique 1939 RIDING by Benjamin Lewis - The Most Popular Book Ever Written on Learning to Ride Correctly - equestrian book of horse


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
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