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Young Event Horse - Buying, Breaking, Training, Competing, Strachan, Clarissa

Author Name    Strachan, Clarissa

Title   Young Event Horse - Buying, Breaking, Training, Competing

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good in Very Good dust jacket

Publisher   Newton Abbot David & Charles 1989

ISBN Number    0715392700 / 9780715392706

Seller ID   10015

198pp, illustrations, colour and b/w.

Price = 7.00 GBP


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