Washington, DC: American Remount Association, 1924. First edition. Soft cover. Two issues. Each 34p, several ills. and many ads. Good (cover soil, shelf wear). Item #31133
Articles on balance and shock absorption while jumping, 2-part article on judging light and heavy horses, the Preston System of identifying horses and mules in the army, "Horse Prospects in Colorado," selecting a polo pony, "Side Saddle Riding versus Astride for Women" ("most people will agree that there is nothing graceful in a woman trying to ride astride after she has lost the slenderness of youth and advances toward maturity"), a revival of interest in recreational riding, etc. The ads are chiefly for horse and mule suppliers. The journal was later published under the title The Horse. Sold as a group. Can be sent outside the US for less than the default shipping rate. (Wells 3717).