Author:Littauer, Vladimir S

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Schooling Your Horse

By: Littauer, Capt. Vladimir S.; Chapter By Colonel F.F. Wing, Jr.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: NY, Arco Publishing Co.: 1974

Seller Id: 25114

ISBN: 0668025360

Condition: Near Fine


2nd Arco printing hardcover in navy cloth with lime green titles. Negligible surface wear, internally 177 p. appears unread. Unclipped professionally reproduced dj displays well in new mylar. This book is written for the average rider. It describes in words and pictures a practical, simplified system of schooling which the average rider can successfully accomplish with an average horse. Book includes a concluding chapter about a conditioning schedule for a three day e... View more info

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How A Horse Jumps

By: Littauer, Vladimir S.

Price: $135.00

Publisher: London, J. A. Allen: 1972

Edition: First Edition

Seller Id: 34832

Condition: Near Fine


Rare set limited to 400 copies. Not numbered or signed but clearly a gift quality set including the taupe paper covered slipcase with black cloth spine w/bright gilt titles. There is one paper crack at the foot of slipcase spine, light rubs at open edge tips. Both books are in super shape with sharp tips and barely brushed head of spine. Black paper covered boards with titles on frt board, no titles on backstrips. Internally as new, no names, tears or soil. One volume... View more info

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Your Horse. His Selection, Stabling and Care

By: Saunders, George C. M.D.; Intro by Vladimir S. Littauer

Price: $6.00

Publisher: NY, Van Nostrand: 1954

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller Id: 3302

Condition: Near Fine


Near fine 1st edition hardcover in rust cloth covered boards w/gilt lettered spine and illustration on cover, board tips remain sharp. Unclipped illustrated DJ has small corner chips and few tiny closed tears. 207 pp ext is tight and bright without former owners marks. This is not a book of riding instruction, but rather one written for the middle income set who must keep their steed at home, not in a fancy boarding stable. View more info