We are away until early October. One activity is the Attingham Trust tour of country houses, stables, and other equestrian-related sites in and around Newmarket and York, England. We're looking forward to it!

Riding and Driving
Anderson, Edward L., and Price Collier

1912. Anderson, Edward L., and Price Collier. Riding and Driving. NY: Macmillan 1912 (1st pub. 1905). (American Sportsman's Library) xiii, 441p + over 130 photos. Good hardcover (old insect rubbing, old 2-inch slice to center of backstrip); internally nice and clean. Original decorative cloth. Priced accordingly. ** Anderson covers flat work and elementary jumping (with chapters on flexions from the ground and on American saddle horses). Collier treats management, shoeing, harness, and driving (single, pair, four, and tandem). With a chapter on driving tandem by T. Suffern Tailer. Anderson was one of the most sophisticated American writers on horsemanship of his day. (Wells 224 cites 1905 ed.). (Item ID: 16563)


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