London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, 1926; 1928. First editions. Read More about Shires and Provinces by "Sabretache". [With] More Shires and Provinces
Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1845. First American edition. With an introduction by Skinner, editor of the American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine , among others, and collaborator with William Youatt on The Horse, which he promotes in his introduction as being "much more historical and elaborate" while acknowledging that Clater's..... Read More about Every Man His Own Farrier: containing the Causes, Symptoms, and most approved methods of cure,...
Paris: chez Jacques le Gras, au Palais, à l'entrée de la Gallerie des Prisonniers, 1664; 1663. Second edition. Beautiful copy in contemporary binding of the second edition of this popular manual of horsemanship. The second edition is enlarged with a second part on the treatment of horse maladies. Read More about L'Art de Monter à Cheval …;Traité des Remedes … pour la guerison des Chevaux
Paris: Flammarion, 1892. 3e édition, revue, corrigée, et considerablement augmentée. James Fillis (1834-1913) was an Englishman by birth who lived many years in France, and later in Germany and Russia, where he was master of the St. Petersburg Cavalry School. He was “acclaimed by many as one of the greatest..... Read More about Principes de Dressage et d’Equitation
Franklin Falls, N.H: Merrimack Journal Print, n.d. [ca. 1894]. Informative professional circular for an unusual specialty, with related advertisements for liniment and for spaying dogs. Read More about L. V. Powers, Castrator. Tilton, N.H. [Caption title]. "I am about to start on my annual...
London: Chatto & Windus, n.d. Read More about The Naturalist’s Library. Edited by Sir William Jardine, Bart. Vol. XX. Mammalia. Horses
[Newtown Square, Pa.]: N.d. . ‘Observe the conduct of every stranger’. The constitution of the Society, the Preamble of which says “Whereas, it appears that for want of some general system of action and mutual aid amongst the inhabitants of this district, much loss has been sustained and many thieves..... Read More about Preamble and Constitution of the Newtown Square Horse Company of Newtown, Delaware County, Pa
Mexico: Imprenta de Inclan, 1860; 1867. Collection of verses by Luis Gonzaga Inclán (1816-1875), Mexican author and printer/publisher, celebrating the life and deeds of the noble horse, El Chamberin. The horse lived some 27 years; the epitaph is dated 15 October 1857. The second title is the author’s guide to..... Read More about Recuerdos del Chamberin, ó Breve relacion de los hechos mas públicos y memorables de este noble...
New York and London: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1936. First Edition. Read More about Scorpion. A Good Bad Horse
new York, Goupil, Vibert & Co., 289 Broadway. 1. L'Amerique. Amazone effrayée par la Marée montante 472 x 358 mm2. L'Afrique. Le Rendez-vous dans le Désert. 475 x 355 mm. Tear in lower left of text3. L'Asie/ Indienne surprise par un Serpent. 475 x 355 mm. With a repaired tear..... Read More about Chasses dans les quatres partie du monde. Complete set of 4 Hand coloured acquatints with...
[New York: Derrydale Press?; not published, ca. 1929]. King’s Polo Scenes. Two unpublished Polo Scenes by Edward King, friend of Eugene V. Connett and the artist was one of a handful most closely associated with the Derrydale Press. Ordeman notes that the Polo Scenes, “were printed on the same paper..... Read More about Polo Scenes] Two lithographs: 1) close pack of four players, from right to left; and 2) field of...
New York: Derrydale Press, 1931. First edition. Ordeman notes a limitation of 250 signed prints; this copy, uncolored, is not signed. Connett announced the print as the first in a series but issued no further scenes. Read More about Uncolored Lithograph: "American Horse Show Scenes, Rochester"
Printed at the Albion Press for James Cundee and John Scott, 1809. First edition. An Important Book on the Horse. A nice copy of the beautifully designed and illustrated work, in which Lawrence deals with the configuration of the racehorse and others, and their breeding, breaking, training, and general management..... Read More about The History and Delineation of the Horse, In All His Varieties. Comprehending the Appropriate...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1940. First edition, no. 5 of 200 copies signed by the author. Uncommon. Inscribed on the colophon page by the author "To Marianne, who makes my abilities, capibilities and my potentialities actualities." Read More about Hobby Horses
New York: The Derrydale Press, . Friduss, Eugene. First edition, one of 1250 copies printed. Read More about Riding. Introduction by Lt. Col. J.K. Brown
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1941. First edition, one of 1500 copies. Read More about Be a Better Horseman
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1931. First edition, one of 950 copies. In the Rare Dust Jacket. Read More about Jumping the Horse. Edited by Phyllis French
New York: Wiliam Morrow, 1934. First edition, No. 50 of the "Boots and Saddles edition", limited to 350 copies NUMBERED AND SIGNED by the author. One of 350. Scarce guide for beginners by this author (from the Russian Imperial Cavalry) of two classic Derrydales: JUMPING THE HORSE (1931), and BE..... Read More about Riding Forward. Modern Horsemanship for Beginners
[New York: privately printed by The Derrydale Press, 1937]. This state without jockey. Size of edition unknown. Woodward's 'Gallant Fox' - Thoroughbred Portrait by Ivester Lloyd. Beautiful specimen of an exceedingly rare Derrydale sporting print commissioned by William Woodward, New York banker and owner of the Bel Air Stud in..... Read More about "Gallant Fox" Hand-colored print of the celebrated racehorse "Winner of the Flash,...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936. One of 150 copies. This copy is numbered 82. Printed by R. MacLehose and Company Limited. A nice copy of one of the scarcest Derrydales. Notes Frazier: “Probably the finest horse anatomy book since Stubbs, and both are fine artists. This is a very..... Read More about The Horse: Its Action and Anatomy
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936. First edition, no. 8 of 150 copies printed for the Derrydale Press by R. MacLehose and Company, Limited. The University of Glasgow. A nice copy of one of the scarcest Derrydales. Notes Frazier: "Probably the finest horse anatomy book since Stubbs, and both are..... Read More about The Horse: Its Action and Anatomy
London: 1631. Reissue, various editions, see below. A reissue, with added general title page (here missing), of “Cheape and good husbandry,” 5th ed., 1631; “Country contentments,” 4th ed., 1631; “The English house-vvife,” 4th ed., 1631; “The Inrichment of the vveald of Kent … revised, inlarged, and corrected,” 1631; “Markhams farewell..... Read More about A Way to get Wealth: containing the sixe principall vocations or callings, in which everie good...
London: Messrs. Fores 41, Piccadilly, nd [c. 1860]. Fourth edition. Read More about The Horse's Mouth, showing the age by the teeth. Containing a full description of the periods...
London: Ward and Lock, 158 Fleet Street, 1863. First edition. Read More about Stable Secrets; or, Puffy Doddles, His sayings and Sympathies
New York: Moseman [Printed by E.D. Slater.], [n.d., c. 1893]. The Legendary Moseman Harness Catalogue. Read More about Moseman's Illustrated Guide for Purchasers of Horse Furnishing Goods, Novelties and Stable...
Fort Riley, KS: Mounted Service School, U.S. Army, 1913-1914. First editions. In the preface, the editor declares that the purpose of the annual in not to record the history of the school, but "...it has been our idea to make the book a potent influence for the revival of interest..... Read More about The Rasp. Annual of the Mounted Service School, U.S. Army. 1913 and 1914