Among Men and Horses

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Dodd, Mead, 1894 - Horse-training - 358 pages
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Page 362 - Notes,' has added considerably to its value, and rendered the book more useful to those non-professional people who may be inclined or compelled to treat their own horses when sick or injured." — Veterinary Journal. " We do not think that horse-owners in general are likely to find a more reliable and useful book for guidance in an emergency.
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