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Ainslie's Complete Guide To Thoroughbred Racing by  Tom Ainslie - Hardcover - Later Printing - 1968 - from Brass DolphinBooks and

Ainslie's Complete Guide To Thoroughbred Racing

by Ainslie, Tom

Condition: Good+/Good+

NY: S & S, 1968. Book. Good+. Hardcover. Later Printing. JUST RECEIVED and added for sale as a pair at the listed price: Bob Hebert's "Secrets of Handicapping" in hardcover, jacketed later printing, 1963, book unmarked and straight, jacket worn and clipped, short tears, in mylar wrapper, VG/G shape. The Ainslie ia a nice solid copy with a cosmetic issue or two. '68 is only date given but clearly a much newer publisher's reprint, perhaps, '80 or so. Large gift inscription 1st patedown is partially covered by front flap. Book caught a trace of moisture at spines bottom causing some color transfer. Will fotograf both. Jacket looking sharp, no tears, in mylar wrapper. *We feel that books offered for internet sale should be described thoroughly and accurately. We assure the buyer that books listed by Brass Dolphin are so described, and graded, using the strict, traditional standards. *.


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