Judging the Horse for Racing, Riding and Recreation
by Wall, John F and Frank Jennings
- Very Good in Fair dust jacket
Lynchburg, Ohio, United States
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- Commonwealth Book Company, Inc. (US)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- Judging the Horse for Racing, Riding and Recreation
- Wall, John F and Frank Jennings
- Book Condition
- Used - Very Good in Fair dust jacket
- Quantity Available
- First Edition
- The Thoroughbred Press
- Date Published
- Horse Thoroughbred HORSE
- Bookseller catalogs
- Horse: General;
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Commonwealth Book Company, Inc.
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